All in the family for 'Peep' people


A group of comedy and acting talent is joining the dysfunctional-family pic "Peep World."

Michael C. Hall and Ben Schwartz have been cast and Rainn Wilson and Sarah Silverman are in negotiations to star in the indie.

Occupant Films is producing the movie, which revolves around a group of adult siblings who squabble after one of them describes thinly veiled versions of the family in his novel. Comedy veteran Barry Blaustein, who directed "The Ringer," is helming.

Wilson, who recently signed with Endeavor, has a part in the upcoming "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen."

Hall, also repped by Endeavor, has signed on for Lakeshore's thriller "The Game."

The CAA-repped Silverman is starring in the comedy "Saint John of Las Vegas" and also will enter the third season of her Comedy Central show.

The WMA-repped Schwartz has nabbed a number of roles, including in Nia Vardalos' "I Hate Valentine's Day."

Occupant is behind the Mickey Rourke drama "St. Vincent." (partialdiff)