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Nick Jonas Is About To Get James Franco's 'Goat'

He'll play a frat boy.

If this doesn't get your "Goat," we don't know what will: Littlest JoBro (Bonus Jonas aside) Nick Jonas is set to star in the new comedy "Goat."

Produced by James Franco's Rabbit Bandini Productions, "Goat" follows the based-on-real-life (mis)adventures of Brad Land, who wrote the 2005 memoir of the same name.

TheWrap reports that Ben Schnetzer will play Brad, a young man left psychologically shaken after a random assault, leading to his decision to transfer to the same college as his younger brother, played by Jonas. His brother is athletic and charismatic, and Brad decides to pledge the same frat as him, to disastrous result.

There's no release date for the indie set yet, but we look forward to seeing Jonas flex those MMA muscles he earned on "Kingdom." Andrew Neel will direct the film.