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April 18, 2014 at 12:00 PM EDT

New Girl‘s Max Greenfield will reunite with They Came Together co-writer David Wain for his upcoming comedic drama Hello My Name Is Doris. According to Greenfield, who spoke to The Wrap about the upcoming project, the film will focus on Doris, an older woman who must start anew after her mother passes on. When Doris meets a younger man, she believes him to be the answer to finding a new life for herself in the city. [The Wrap]

• Ronnie Gene Belvins (Joe) has joined the cast of Phil Claydon‘s (Vampire Killers) upcoming genre film Crawlspace. Belvins will play Ray Walsh, the mysterious neighbor of a widower (Bates Motel‘s Michael Vartan) who moves to a new home in the suburbs with his daughter and new wife. [Deadline]

• Reiley McClendon (The Fosters) will star opposite Luke Grimes (Fifty Shades of Grey) and Emily Browning (Pompeii) in the upcoming indie drama Shangri-La Suite. Set in 1974, the film focuses on two troubled 20-year-olds who set out to kill Elvis Presley (McClendon). [Deadline]

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