It looks like the upcoming adaptation of Jonathan Tropper's novel This Is Where I Leave You is nearly done rounding up its cast of misfit siblings. The latest addition: Adam Driver of Girls, who according to The Hollywood Reporter is very near a deal to join the already cast Jason Bateman, Tina Fey, Jane FondaKathryn Hahn, and Corey Stoll in the film as the youngest of four grown siblings. The only detail left to hammer out, reportedly, is how production would affect his role as Adam in Girls - but it's likely a done deal.

As previously reported, the film follows four grown siblings who are forced to spend seven days under the same roof together for the first time in a decade, per the last wishes of their recently deceased father. Driver's role would be as the "rebel" of the family, while Bateman, Fey, and Stoll will portray his siblings.

Production on the project will begin this June in New York.

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[via The Hollywood Reporter]