Niall Horan should brush up on his acting skills because he just got offered an acting job! Nick Carter is writing and directing a zombie movie, but it isn’t just starring the Backstreet Boys and NSYNC anymore. The singer just offered a role of a lifetime for the One Direction member!
The Backstreet Boys and NSYNC are teaming up for a zombie movie, but that’s not the best part. Nick Carter, 35, offered Niall Horan, 21, a chance to star in the film alongside the legendary boybands! Our greatest boyband dreams are coming true, who wouldn’t want to see a zombie movie starring some of the biggest boybands of all time?
The cast for Nick’s zombie movie is getting bigger, badder, and better. The film, Dead Seven, is already starring Nick, Joey Fatone, 38, and AJ McLean, 37, but the 35-year-old made a game changing move when he reached out to Niall of One Direction on July 12. “Ok @NiallOfficial I know we’re from different generations but…would you like to play my brother in this zombie movie with me?
#Dead7,” Nick asked Niall via Twitter. We’re not too sure how that would work out since Niall has an Irish accent, but we’re totally on board for it! Wonder what Aaron thinks about this…
The news of the boyband-studded zombie western film was announced by the trio at the 2015 San Diego Comic Con. Nick, who’s writing, directing, and starring in the Syfy channel movie is also working alongside The Asylum, the same production company who worked on Sharknado. Sounds like we’re all in for a treat when this film comes out!
Niall Horan Picks Up A Side Job During One Direction’s Tour Break
The Irish cutie has a very extensive resume going on. Not only is he a singer/guitar player for one of the biggest boy bands in the world right now, he’s also a part-time golf caddy! During One Direction’s tour break, the singer picked up a job as Northern Irish professional golfer Rory McIlroy’s, 25, golf caddy. There’s no job too big or too small for this guy.
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Would Niall make a great on-screen brother to Nick?
— Michelle Phi