Sometimes you don't need a big studio budget to snap up some of Hollywood's hottest names.
Case-in-point: John Krasinski (from that little show known as "The Office"), Olivia Thirlby (who proved a bright addition to both "Juno" and "No Strings Attached") and Rosemarie DeWitt ("Rachel Getting Married") are all in the final negotiations to star in "Nobody Walks."
The fledgling comedy follows the members of an L.A. family who invite an artist into their home for the weekend, only to have her turn their lives upside down, Variety reports.
As of now, it's unclear whether DeWitt or Thirlby is the trouble-causing artist, but, based on DeWitt's "Mad Men" casting, we're placing our bets on her.
Ry Russo-Young ("You Won't Miss Me") is directing the film from a script she co-wrote with "Tiny Furniture" scribe Lena Dunham.
In the meantime, you can next catch Krasinski opposite Kate Hudson and Ginnifer Goodwin in the decidedly non-indie rom-com "Something Borrowed," which hits theaters May 6. Thirlby and DeWitt, however, are still waiting for the drama "Margaret" to see the light of day.