According to Variety, Dwayne Johnson (The Rock) stars as a minor league hockey player who must pay for loosening a few teeth on the ice by serving as a Tooth Fairy for a week. "Mrs. Doubtfire" screenwriter Randi Mayem Singer has penned the screenplay for the film, which is aiming for a 2009 debut. Michael Lembeck directs a cast that features Ashley Judd, Crystal, Andrews, Stephen Merchant and Ryan Sheckler. Filming will begin next week in Vancouver.
Crystal made his Broadway debut in 2004 in the solo show 700 Sundays, which earned the actor the Tony, Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk awards. His film and television appearances are numerous and have resulted in six Emmy Awards, six American Comedy Awards and seven Cable Ace Awards. He is also the recipient of the tenth annual Mark Twain Award for American Humor.
Julie Andrews made her Broadway debut in 1954's The Boy Friend, which was followed by the role that would launch her career, Eliza Doolittle, in My Fair Lady; she also starred in Broadway's Camelot and Victor/Victoria. Andrews earned an Academy Award for Disney's "Mary Poppins," and went on to star in the screen adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "The Sound of Music" as well as in the films "Victor Victoria," "Star!" and "Thoroughly Modern Millie."