Making no waste of time in picking up more stars for the flick, filmmakers of "House Bunny" have successfully signed the likes of Colin Hanks, Monet Mazur, Kiely Williams of The Cheetah Girls, The All-American Rejects frontman Tyson Ritter, Owen Benjamin, Rachel Specter, and Beverly D'Angelo to all gather together in the movie's cast.
Toplined by Anna Faris, pic follows her character as she gets kicked out of the Playboy Mansion and takes the role of the house mother to the lamest sorority on a college campus. Hanks will portray the male lead who becomes Faris' love interest while Mazur is billed as an evil playboy bunny who seduces a butler, played by Benjamin.
As for Williams, the singer is said to act as a member of the lame sorority who suffers from extreme shyness and communicates via notes and texts with Ritter and D'Angelo taking respective roles of a frat guy who is more than he seems and the house mom of the bitchy sorority, of which Specter's character is a part.
Production is currently being carried out in Los Angeles under the direction of Fred Wolf with script written by "Legally Blonde" scribes Karen McCullah Lutz and Kirsten Smith, who are also executive producing alongside Faris. Heather Parry is producing while Debra James is serving as the co-producer.