LOS ANGELES-Actress Jessica Biel is reuniting with James Marsden to play his lover in new Iraq war movie Shock and Awe.

Director Rob Reiner has gathered a star-studded cast for the politically-charged film, with Woody Harrelson, Tommy Lee Jones, and Alec Baldwin all signing on in recent weeks.

Now Deadline.com reports Biel is also onboard for the project, which will focus on a group of journalists who repeatedly questioned U.S. President George W. Bush’s administration about late dictator Saddam Hussein’s alleged stash of weapons of mass destruction (WMDs), which officials used to justify their invasion of Iraq in 2003. No substantial evidence of WMDs was found after the war.

Shock and Awe, named after the bombing campaign employed by the U.S. military at the start of the Iraq war, will also star Marsden and Milla Jovovich, while The West Wing’s Richard Schiff is in talks for the drama, too. Biel previously co-starred with Baldwin in 2005’s Elizabethtown, while she worked with Marsden on Accidental Love in 2015.

Tommy Lee Jones and Woody Harrelson are also old friends, as they previously worked together on a trio of movies: Natural Born Killers in 1994, A Prairie Home Companion in 2006, and No Country for Old Men in 2007. Shock and Awe is currently in pre-production with plans to begin shooting in September (16).

The script was penned by Joey Hartstone, the brains behind Reiner and Harrelson’s recent project, LBJ, a new biopic chronicling the rise of former U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson.

Reiner will produce the movie, which has yet to receive a release date, alongside Matthew George and his wife, Michele Reiner.