Katt Williams Joins ‘Scary Movie 5’

The outlandish comedian joins Charlie Sheen, Lindsay Lohan, and Ashley Tisdale in director Malcolm D. Lee's spoof sequel.
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Katt Williams Joins ‘Scary Movie 5’

Katt Williams joins Scary Movie 5 The spoof comedy sequel Scary Movie 5 has been in production for nearly two months, although it is never too late to add a new cast member. Comedian Katt Williams has signed on to star in an unspecified role.

Ashley Tisdale and Erica Ash star as two best friends vying for the lead in an upcoming musical production. Terry Crews, Simon Rex, Molly Shannon, Mike Tyson, Audrina Patridge, Lindsay Lohan, and Charlie Sheen also star.

Malcolm D. Lee is directing from a screenplay he co-wrote with David Zucker. Production continues in Atlanta, Georgia.

Katt Williams is best known for his stand-up comedy routines, and for roles in First Sunday, The Friday After Next, and this summer's The Obama Effect. He also voiced a role in Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore.

Scary Movie V was released April 12th, 2013.

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