Will Smith And Nicolas Cage Move Into 'Time Share'

Box-office heroes to co-star in and produce comedy flick.

One just wrapped his first role as a superhero, the other is used to being a box-office man of steel. Together, Nicolas Cage and Will Smith hope their vacation clash translates into laughs in "Time Share."

The pair will team up for the first time to co-star in and produce the comedy about two fathers who battle after double-booking the same time share for their dream getaway, according to Variety.

Cage recently wrapped the big-screen adaptation of the Marvel comic "Ghost Rider" (see "Photo Of Nicolas Cage As Badass Biker Ghost Rider Released"), and Smith has signed on to star in "Pursuit of Happyness," a film about a formerly homeless man who becomes a financial whiz.

No director or supporting cast has been announced yet for "Time Share."

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