Two of the busiest men in Hollywood are finally going to work together.
Jonah Hill and Mark Wahlberg will co-star in "The Good Time Gang," about a pair of "party-happy mercenaries who decide to take on a more serious case involving a terrorist, only to find their mission complicated when they discover one of them is related to the target," reported 24 Frames.
The script was written by Max Landis (son of John) and is being set up at RCR Pictures, but does not yet have a director.
Hill can next be seen Aug. 5 in "The Sitter," then Sept. 23 in "Moneyball" and "21 Jump Street" on March 16, 2012. Wahlberg will be going up against Hill on March 16 with the drug-smuggling thriller "Contraband," and is currently shooting "Ted," about a man grown man and his foul-mouthed teddy bear, which is due out July 13, 2012.