Kelen Coleman (The Newsroom), Andy Ridings (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and Matt Dellapina (These Hopeless Savages) have joined the cast of Lionsgate’s Dirty Thirty, along with YouTube star Drew Monson and Ant Man‘s Anna Akana. Dirty Thirty, which is filming in L.A. under the direction of Andrew Bush (Roller Town) from a script by Mamrie Hart and Molly Prather, is a comedy about an epic 30th birthday party that gets a bit too epic. Coleman, Ridings and Dellapina play love interests for stars Grace Helbig, Hannah Hart and Mamrie Hart. Monson will be a coworker, and Akana is the girls’ archnemesis.

Producer Michael Goldfine also additional partygoers in the film to be played by Katherine Hughes, Flula Borg, Chester See, Josh Leyva, Adam Lustick and Mikey Murphy. Epic Lloyd, Timothy DeLaGhetto and Rhett and Link will make cameos.

Dirty Thirty, out next year, reunites the stars and the production team behind 2014’s Camp Takota. Goldfine is producing under his Michael Goldfine Productions banner with Ken Treusch, Vincent Nastri, Helbig, Hart and Hart serving as executive producers.

Johannes Haukur JohannessonJohannes Haukur Johannesson (Noah, next season’s Game of Thrones) is joining the cast of David Leitch’s The Coldest City as KGB agent Yuri Bakhin. Based on the graphic novel by Antony Johnston and illustrator Sam Hart, with a script by Kurt Johnstad (300), The Coldest City stars Charlize Theron as an MI6 spy dispatched to Berlin to take down an espionage ring on the eve of the Wall’s collapse. The action-thriller also stars James McAvoy as a Berlin station chief. Johanneson is repped by Ollie Azis at Independent, Matthew Seamons & Matt Floyd at Crimson Media, and Lev Ginsburg of Ginsburg Daniels.