Not only using swear words and launching sarcastic humor, but also Cyrus' character will be seen in at least two huge fight scenes.
Miley Cyrus has shown obvious transformation on her stage performance and now she is going to affirm it through her next movie "So Undercover". The 18-year-old Disney star will portray a teenage badass who uses a lot of swear words and crude language all throughout the script, so said Hollywood Life which claims to have script of the movie.
Cyrus' character, Molly, is described as a real smartass who rides a motorcycle, carries a gun and can beat big dudes up. She will launch sarcastic humor [SPOILER ALERT!] like the one when she suggests a fundraiser, "I said car wash, not hand job booth!"
Cyrus reportedly has at least two big fight scenes and she will be seen punching a guy in the face in an effort to protect her dad in the first part of the script. Still, her character will get entangled in a romantic relationship with Nicholas, a "mysterious" and motorcycle-riding boy.
Nicholas is said "rough around the edges" and having "a strong body". But before she falls for him and shares smooch with him, Molly thinks he's the bad guy, so she handcuffs him to a radiator and "basically kicks the crap out of him," Hollywood Life further reports.
"So Undercover" will revolve around Cyrus' character who is hired by the FBI to go undercover in a college sorority. Not normally a private eye to take on government issued cases, Molly accepts the job to help her dad pay a debt to a bookie as her dad means the world to her.
Tom Vaughan is attached to direct the action comedy with the script provided by Allan Loeb and Steven Pearl. This movie project eyes December start date in New Orleans.