Dark Castle thriller "Unknown White Male" has added two more stars to its cast ensemble with the joining in of Diane Kruger and January Jones. Variety has come up with the story, reporting that the Bridget von Hammersmark of "Inglourious Basterds" and the Betty Draper of "Mad Men" have signed on to star opposite leading man Liam Neeson.
Kruger, who is the recipient of Chopard Trophy from 2003 Cannes Film Festival, is brought in to portray a Berlin taxi driver who will be Neeson's unexpected ally. Meanwhile, Golden Globe-nominated Jones is set to portray Neeson's wife, who gets caught up in a conspiracy regarding her husband.
"Unknown White Male" revolves around a man who awakens from a coma only to find that someone else has assumed his identity, but no one believes him, including his wife. In quest of the truth and aided with a young woman's help, he sets out to prove who he is. Jaume Collet-Serra will direct using a script provided by Oliver Butcher, Stephen Cornwell and Karl Gajdusek.
"The Matrix" series producer Joel Silver is producing along with Leonard Goldberg and Andrew Rona. Principal photography is expected to be kicked off in late January in Berlin. No release date has been set just yet for this thriller.