I can only think of two things when I hear the name Wilmer Valderrama. One -- he played the great Fez on That '70s Show. Two -- he has had sexual exploits with so many famous women that, well, I have long dreamed to be in his shoes.
But, other than those two mentions, Wilmer Valderrama is looking to continue his career in film and, surprisingly, it looks like Disney is his current best choice.
Valderrama, Leguizamo for Something Blue
According to Variety, Disney is looking for the Latino heartthrob duo with John Leguizamo and Wilmer Valderrama. Having both actors set to star in Something Blue, Disney may be working harder to keep the two away from on-set hotties; we don't want to have the two kicked out of the magical kingdom quicker than Anne Hathaway in Havoc.
Something Blue revolves around a father who becomes unhinged when his first-born daughter gets engaged to a young police officer.
The script was penned by scribe Danielle Sanchez-Wtizel, a writer on both George Lopez and My Name Is Earl.
Disney is hoping to use the Latino angle to their advantage. The Latino community is the fastest growing segment of the U.S. population, wielding tremendous buying power. Yet it's a market that's been underserved by Hollywood studios.
Valderrama stars in Richard Linklater's upcoming film Fast Food Nation, as well as two Warner Bros. pics, Unaccompanied Minors and CHiPs.