Like Calamity Jane said on "Deadwood": "Hey. We ain't done f**king dancing!"
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the gloriously foul-mouthed star of that show, Ian McShane, will yell "cha-cha-cha" and other expletives at Nick Frost as his salsa dance instructor in the comedy "Cuban Fury."
McShane is riding high these days after back-to-back blockbusters "Pirates of the Caribbean 4" and "Snow White and the Huntsman," and while we know he has a sharp tongue and can handle a sword, did you know he could cut a rug on the dance floor? He certainly has the mustache for it.
The 69-year-old Brit played a similar antagonistic mentor role in 2007's "Hot Rod," and also previously shared the screen with Frost as two of the seven "Huntsman" dwarfs, so he should be able to swing those maracas with ease.
"Fury" is the next comedy from Big Talk Productions, which also produced classic Frost vehicles like "Spaced," "Shaun of the Dead," "Hot Fuzz," and "Paul." This time Frost is Simon Pegg-less, playing a loser character who "reignites his long-dormant passion for salsa dancing thanks to a newfound love for his American boss," played by Rashida Jones.
It co-stars the fabulous Brit character actors Chris O'Dowd ("The IT Crowd," "Bridesmaids") and Olivia Colman ("Hot Fuzz," "The Iron Lady").