Marcia Gay Harden Joins Bryan Cranston in ‘Get a Job’

The Oscar winner will play a demanding vice president at an executive placement firm

Marcia Gay Harden will co-star along with Bryan Cranston and Anna Kendrick in a new comedy from "Roger Dodger" director Dylan Kidd, CBS Films said Wednesday.

Tentatively titled "Get a Job," the film will focus on four recent college graduates and their difficulties adjusting to life outside the ivy tower.

Harden will play a demanding vice president at an executive placement firm. 

Brandon T. Jackson ("Tropic Thunder"), Alison Brie ("Community") and Christopher Mintz-Plasse ("Superbad") are set to co-star. 

Harden won an Oscar for her work as artist Lee Krasner in "Pollock" and received another nomination for her performance in "Mystic River." She has also appeared in "The Mist," "Meet Joe Black," and "Whip It," and won a Tony for performance in "God of Carnage."

The film began production on March 12th in Los Angeles.