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Miley Cyrus “Undercover” comedy adds “Entourage,” “Glee” stars


By Sean O’Connell
Hollywoodnews.com: Miley Cyrus has some company underneath her covers.

Funny men Jeremy Piven and Mike O’Malley, television stars on “Entourage” and “Glee” respectively, have been cast in the Cyrus-centric action comedy “So Undercover,” according to Variety.

The film stars the crossover sensation as a street-smart private investigator who is hired by the FBI to infiltrate a sorority house, according to IMDB. Piven will play a special agent, while O’Malley would play Cyrus’ father.

“Undercover” continues Cyrus’ bid for movie stardom (outside of the “Hannah Montana” franchise). She’s expected to release a remake of a French comedy, “LOL,” before moving on to “Undercover.” She also tried her hand at romance with the Nicolas Sparks adaptation “The Last Song,” a screenplay written specifically for Cyrus by the best-selling novelist.

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