Dwight Howard Has Earned Himself a Movie Role Dwight Howard Man ChildAfter years of impersonating his coach Stan Van Gundy and making a vitamin water commercial starring himself, Dwight Howard has earned a role in an upcoming film. The plot involves Dwight switching places with a white kid in high school (/that's racist).

Star Dwight Howard is working with "The Ring" executive producer Michele Weisler on a movie titled "Switch," about a "white, unathletic, unpopular high-school freshman who swaps basketball skills with Howard." Chris Tucker, Kanye West and Snoop Dogg are expected to make appearances in the flick, which starts shooting in August. Our source also said Howard's in talks to get Shaquille O'Neal on board.
This sounds "Like Mike" but with someone losing the shoes. I hope this project gets shot down. DWIGHT HOWARD WORKING ON MOVIE [New York Post] (0)(10318)

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Dwight Howard Has Earned Himself a Movie Role

After years of impersonating his coach Stan Van Gundy and making a vitamin water commercial starring himself, Dwight Howard has earned a role in an upcoming film. The plot involves Dwight switching places with a white kid in high school (/that’s racist).

Star Dwight Howard is working with “The Ring” executive producer Michele Weisler [...]

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