It may be Monday, but with his career on a hot streak, it's safe to say that Ron Livingston doesn't have a case of "the Mondays" anymore.
The "Office Space" star has signed on to join the cast of two very different projects, Disney's "The Odd Life of Timothy Green" and the Channing Tatum drama "Ten Year," Disney and an individual familiar with the latter project have confirmed separately to TheWrap.
"Ten Year" follows a group of friends who reunite a decade after their high school graduation. Livingston will play the husband of Rosario Dawson's character, who was Channing's love interest back in school.
Additionally, TheWrap has learned that "The Social Network" star Max Minghella has joined the ensemble cast, which also includes Justin Long, Kate Mara, Anthony Mackie, Chris Pratt, Scott Porter, Jenna Dewan, Lynn Collins, Brian Geraghty and Oscar Isaac.
Jamie Linden is directing the project, which is currently filming in New Mexico.
Tatum and his 33andOut Prods. partner Reid Carolin will produce with Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey of Temple Hill. Frank Mancuso Jr. and his 360 Pictures will also produce along with Eric Gores and his EG Productions.
Writer-director Peter Hedges' "Odd Life of Timothy Green" stars Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton ("Animal Kingdom") as a young couple who are desperate for a child and find their wish granted in the most unlikely way, although Timothy Green (Cameron Adams) is not all he appears to be.
Livingston is coming off supporting roles in two of last year's more memorable comedies, DreamWorks' "Dinner for Schmucks" and New Line's "Going the Distance." He also recently completed the comedy "Queens of Country."
Livingston is represented by UTA and Thruline Entertainment.