Kate Ward
March 20, 2009 AT 09:30 PM EDT

If Barry Blaustein’s Peep World isn’t funny, I will shave my own head. That’s how much faith I have in this little indie film, based on this morning’s casting announcement. Why will this movie be awesome? Let me count the ways: Dexter‘s Michael C. Hall (pictured, left). The Office‘s Rainn Wilson (pictured, center). Robot Chicken‘s Ben Schwartz. And, last but not least, Sarah Silverman (pictured). I think the only thing that would make the EW staff more pumped about this cast is if the entire Arrested Development ensemble decided to join as well. World certainly seems to have shades of the dearly departed Fox sitcom: The Hollywood Reporter says it revolves around a dysfunctional family that begins to argue after one member writes a thinly veiled novel about them (think: Augusten Burroughs-meets-Curtis Sittenfeld). It sounds like a funny plot, but honestly, I would see World even if it was just a two-hour film about those four actors painting a wall. Tell me, PopWatchers: Are you excited for Peep World? Who else would you like to see join the cast?

addCredit(“Hall: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic; Wilson: John Shearer/WireImage.com; Silverman: David Livingston/Getty Images”)

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