Julia Stiles and Ray Liotta have been added to the cast of Anthony Hopkins' new film 'Go With Me'.
The action-drama, which will begin shooting in mid-November, tells the story of a young woman who returns to her home town and becomes the subject of harassment from a crime lord, Variety reports.
The woman calls on a former wood logger, who's played by Hopkins, 76, and his side-kick to protect her from the threat posed by the crook.
The film is based on the book written by Castle Freeman Jr and will be directed by Daniel Alfredson, who helmed 'The Girl Who Played with Fire'.
Hopkins will co-produce the project alongside Rick Dugdale, Lindsay Williams, Ellen Goldsmith-Vein and Gregory Jacobs.
Stiles, 33, is perhaps best known for her roles in '10 Things I Hate About You' and 'Save the Last Dance'. More recently, however, she's also appeared in 'Silver Linings Playbook', which featured Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence.
Liotta, 59, is best known for his portrayal of Henry Hill in 'Goodfellas', as well as his role in 'Field of Dreams' alongside Kevin Costner and James Earl Jones.