Da'Vine Joy Randolph, star of Only Murders in the Building, and Power actor Method Man are the new members for director Joe Carnahan's next film Shadow Force.
Kerry Washington (Django Unchained) and Omar Sy (Lupin) are already onboard the action-thriller, playing ex-leaders of the eponymous multinational special forces group, Kyrah and Isaac (via Deadline).
A synopsis reveals how they ripped up the rule book in one fell swoop: falling in love, so the couple must go underground with a juicy bounty hanging over their heads.
The roles of Method Man and Randolph in Shadow Force have yet to be confirmed.
Outside the rap game, Method Man, better known as Clifford Smith Jr, has built up some impressive accolades, including in Concrete Cowboy, Luke Cage, and The Wire.
On the Come Up, a Paramount+ film, will premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival. He also plays the narrator for DC Comics' Milestone Generations on HBO Max, and will lend his voice to the Disney Channel's upcoming animated series Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur.
Randolph is a more up-and-coming character, with Detective Williams in Only Murders in the Building and Beth Hatten in The Lost City her most notable roles to date.
She will next appear in the comedy Shriver, in which she plays Michael Shannon, and the Netflix biopic Rustin, directed by Barack and Michelle Obama.
Carnahan's last film was the Copshop, a film about Gerard Butler and Frank Grillo, which Digital Spy gave us three stars for.
The release date for Shadow Force has not been determined.