With Oscar-winner Helen Mirren already attached to star as Hedda Hopper, director Jay Roach is filling in the cast for his upcoming Cold War-drama Trumbo. The film tells the story of Dalton Trumbo, who was blacklisted in Hollywood after being found in contempt to Congress in a hearing with HUAC after refusing to give any information about Communist influence in Hollywood. When the 1960s came around and blacklisting was ended, Trumbo came back to the public eye and it was revealed that he was behind the screenplays for popular films like Spartacus (1960) and Exodus (1960) while he was working under pseudonyms and false names. Roach is now looking to add John Goodman (Argo, O Brother! Where Art Thou) and Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad, Godzilla) to his roster, but deals have yet to be officially sealed with either actors. This should turn out to be a pretty great movie, but we’ll have to wait and see how Roach approaches the story content. We’ll keep an eye out for an official cast list.