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Chris Rock has been added to the cast of director-actor Julie Delpy's '2 Days in New York' -- her sequel to her 2007 '2 Days in Paris.' The original starred Adam Goldberg and Delpy as a couple going through the throes of boredom and jealousy while trying to rekindle their relationship in Paris. According to TheWrap, Delpy will have a child in the sequel, and Goldberg will be the father, but he won't appear in the film, which Delpy has previously described as being about "the difficulty of relationships, but also about the main character's evolution in general. It's a very modern story about the complexities of being a woman and not being completely consumed by your partner." Production is scheduled to begin in October. Chris Rock has been added to the cast of director-actor Julie Delpy's '2 Days in New York' -- her sequel to her 2007 '2 Days in Paris.' The original starred Adam Goldberg and Delpy as a couple going through the throes of boredom and jealousy while trying to rekindle their relationship in Paris. According to TheWrap, Delpy will have a child in the sequel, and Goldberg will be the father, but he won't appear in the film, which Delpy has previously described as being about "the difficulty of relationships, but also about the main character's evolution in general. It's a very modern story about the complexities of being a woman and not being completely consumed by your partner." Production is scheduled to begin in October.

Actor, writer, book author and director Albert Brooks has joined the cast of 'Drive,' the upcoming Nicolas Winding Refn film that has been adapted from the James Sallis novel, according to DeadlineHollywood. The story centers on a Hollywood stunt performer who moonlights as a getaway driver and discovers that a contract has been put on him after a heist goes wrong. The film stars Ryan Gosling (as the driver), Carey Mulligan and Bryan Cranston. Brooks will play Bernie Rose, a transplanted New York mobster who comes to L.A. and is not to be messed with.

Here's one for the fast lane: Maria Bello and Stephen Dorff have just been announced as the stars of 'Carjacked,' an action-thriller that will begin production next month in Baton Rouge, La. The film, which is being directed by Peter Medak, centers on a single mother and child who are carjacked by a bank robber who has no intention of letting them go, according to a report in Variety. Bello was last seen in 'Grown Ups,' Dorff recently finished a starring role in the 'Immortals.'