Drake Bell has suggested he and Josh Peck are operative on a new plan together, according to reports. (REUTERS/Fred Prouser)
Drake Bell has suggested he and his former radio hermit Josh Peck are operative on a new show, according to reports.
The two, both 32, starred as teenagers on Nickelodeon’s comedy array “Drake Josh,” about dual vastly opposite stepbrothers.
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“We’re operative on something,” Bell told People Thursday during a iHeartRadio Music Awards red carpet. “I’m excited. we consider we have a good idea.”
He told a opening a new uncover would be “way some-more creative” and “cooler” than only focusing on a brothers’ college lives.
Their strange show, that ran from 2004-2007, showed a teenagers perplexing to tarry high propagandize and training to get along.
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“We’ve famous any other for so long, and it unequivocally is once in a lifetime in this attention that we get to work with somebody and it clicks like that,” Bell told People.
“He’s only got an extraordinary comedic wit and implausible timing and he’s unequivocally intelligent and we unequivocally get along. So we consider that it only kind of all goes together.”
Since “Drake Josh” finished in 2007, Bell has finished voice behaving and starred in several brief films. He also uttered Timmy Turner in 3 radio cinema of a Nickelodeon animation “Fairly Odd Parents.”
In 2015, Bell was arrested on guess of pushing underneath a change in California.