What's missing from Quentin Tarantino's balls-to-the-wall WWII flick Inglourious Basterds (besides accurate spelling)? I'll tell you what -- Samuel L. "Motherf**king Jackson. The Playlist reports that Jackson has joined the cast as a narrator who pops up in only a few spots. Additionally, Maggie Cheung has signed on to play "Madame Mimieux, the French matron of the Cinematheque that takes in the protagonist Shosanna (Melanie Laurent) when she is homeless and being sought by the Nazis."

It looks like Tatum O'Neal is back on track after her drug bust earlier this year, grabbing new work that is matching her with some old and familiar faces. The Hollywood Reporter posts that O'Neal has signed on for a new suspense drama along with Tom Berenger and James Brolin called Last Will. Directed by Brent Huff, the film stars O'Neal as a midwestern woman framed for the murder of her rich husband (Berenger). She's arrested by a detective (Brolin), and sets out to find out who really killed her spouse. It sounds like you're everyday suspence flick, but there's even more faces you might recognize on the roster -- Brigitte Nielsen, Patrick Muldoon, William Shockley, Jeffery Dean, Shawn Huff, and a Zappa of the Moon Unit variety.
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