Self-confidence is a healthy virtue, but "Teen Spy" star Eddie Tudor (Cole Sprouse) is so full of himself that he's becoming impossible to work with and is verging on being fired from the movie he's staring in. Enter devoted fan Tom Canty (Dylan Sprouse) who sneaks onto the movie lot in hopes of meeting his favorite star. Turns out that Tom just happens to look exactly like Eddie, so Eddie takes advantage of the moment and switches clothes and identities with the young fan in hopes of gaining a free afternoon. What Eddie gets is an eye-opening look at how a "normal" kid lives and the special challenges of Tom's life with his grandfather. Tom, on the other hand, gets a chance to fulfill his life-long dream of acting in a movie--thing is, it's a lot more work than he ever imagined. Of course, almost no one involved in either young man's life believes that the two boys have switched places, which makes things especially complicated when the filming location changes unexpectedly from Palm Beach to Miami and Tom is whisked away from his hometown leaving Eddie behind. Through interacting with one another's families, friends, and co-workers, both boys learn important lessons about humility, appreciating what they have, and valuing the people closest to them. This contemporary version of the Mark Twain classic will appeal to kids aged 5 and older and stars Kay Panabaker, Vincent Spano, Dedee Pfeiffer, Ed Lauter, and Sally Kellerman. --Tami Horiuchi
Eddie and Tom (Cole and Dylan Sprouse, TV's "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody") are two 14-year-olds with one thing in common: they both look exactly alike. So when the boys accidentally meet on the set of Eddie's new movie, they impulsively agree to trade places for the afternoon. But when the production company abruptly leaves the city, Tom and Eddie soon find themselves in deep double trouble when no one believes who they both really are. Kay Panabaker (TV's "Phil of the Future") co-stars in this fun-filled family adventure, based on a story by Mark Twain.