The 'When in Rome' star teams up with his 'Punk'd' mentor Kutcher for his directorial debut which chronicles his own desperate attempts to become a martial arts star.
TV prankster-turned-actor Dax Shepard has teamed up with his "Punk'd" mentor Ashton Kutcher for his directorial debut. The "When in Rome" star has stepped behind the camera to make mockumentary "Brother's Justice", which chronicles his own desperate attempts to become a martial arts star.
The movie features Kutcher and Shepard's pals Tom Arnold and Bradley Cooper. The plot summary reads, "Together, they fight to realize Dax's true passion while facing rejection at every turn. With maniacal conviction, Dax journeys on a bizarre path that becomes increasingly nonsensical and destructive, all at the expense and exploitation of his personal and professional relationships."
"Brother's Justice" will be screened as part of this weekend's (October 22 - 24) Hollywood Film Festival in Los Angeles.