Mike Tyson Joins the Janoskians For Wild New Prank Movie ‘Public Disturbance’

The comedy also stars Bobby Lee, Skyler Samuels and Joey Lawrence.
Mike Tyson

Mike Tyson has committed to star in the prank comedy-adventure film, “Public Disturbance,” starring YouTube sensations the Janoskians. Lionsgate announced this week that production for the project has started and that the legendary boxer has joined the cast.

Directed by Danny Lee, the comedy follows the Janoskians after they are invited to perform a stunt at a star-studded birthday bash for Alison, the daughter of a famous media mogul (Tyson). When their act gets cancelled at the last minute, the pranksters plan the ultimate heist to hijack the dull party and create the largest public disturbance of their lives.

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Additional cast members include Bobby Lee, Skyler Samuels, Amber Stevens West, Joey Lawrence, and DJ Dillon Francis. The script hails from Dan Ahdoot, Don Deleon, Paul Davidson, and Tommy Honton. Hernany Perla, Jeremy Skaller and Lee are producing, along with Brian Robbins and Jina Jones of AwesomenessTV.

The Janoskians (Just Another Name Of Silly Kids In Another Nation) are a YouTube comedy group from Melbourne, Australia. Now residing in Los Angeles, the ensemble consists of elder brother Beau Brooks, twins Luke and Jai Brooks, and their best friend Daniel Sahyounie. They have over 2.3 million subscribers on the video platform and over 20 million devoted followers across multiple social media platforms.

“Public Disturbance” does not yet have a release date.

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