Check out the awesome little short film created by ex-Pixar animator Adam Wood, now of Bron Studios - it's the story of a simple janitor, who happens to work for a Supervillain Museum, and his misadventures once he accidentally finds himself wearing the super-suit of a former agent of evil. And now, it's being developed into a full-length feature film by Will Ferrell's Gary Sanchez Productions, with the following plotline:

Hank is a lowly class three henchmen in the Union of Evil. It's not how he pictured his career, but as he says, "you just play the cards you're dealt". When Hank is forced to train an excitable young dreamer, he offers the same trite poker metaphor. Instead, the boy steals an amazing super suit, changing everything.

Hank enlists a woman from his past Jolene, to help extricate the Kid from suit. Soon, the Kid has fled, and worse, Jolene has been kidnapped. Worst of all, Hank has realized he is in love. Now Hank must break his "risk nothing" code, to save the boy he's befriended, the woman he loves, and the entire free world!

The short consists of a beautiful mixture of 2D and 3D animation - hopefully the unique aesthetic approach will make the transfer from "cute little short film" to "full blown feature film voiced by Jack Black and Larry the Cable Guy."

The (not-yet-produced) film even already has a teaser poster!