Move aside Harry Potter, there’s a new wizard in town! The Sorcerer’s Apprentice is a (reluctant) hero in the movie, which of course, battles good guys against bad guys. See how the battle ensues, and what happens in the end!
It's quite a career that Jay Baruchel's conjuring up for himself.
For a guy who is thin – ok, scrawny – doesn't have idol looks, and comes complete with a nerdy, whiny voice, he's turned up in some pretty decent films (and raised the self-esteem for countless reed-thin guys).
The Canadian 'DJ Qualls' appeared as a deluded gym rat in Million Dollar Baby, a stoner who walks into the famous crowning scene in Knocked Up, and as a rookie actor in Tropic Thunder.
More recently, he was in his element as the 'romanti-comic' lead in the under-rated comedy, She's Out of My League.
Now, in a film that proves again that producer extraordinaire Jerry Bruckheimer can make movies out of anything (Pirates of the Caribbean was based on a theme-park ride), Baruchel is ostensibly taking on a role originated by … Mickey Mouse.
Jerry talks, we listen...
Unless you've completely cut blockbuster films out of your life, and watched no English-language television for the last two decades, you've probably been entertained by a Jerry Bruckheimer offering.
Go to The Sorcerer's Apprentice movie details page to find out more about the movie.