Tyga, Adam Goldberg, David Arquette Join Bruce Willis in Action Comedy

Arquette: Mama's Boy

David Arquette hasn't only named his new Rat Pack-esque throwback venue Bootsy Bellows after the pinup handle of his mother, Mardi, a former burlesque dancer who died in 1997 of breast cancer. He has decorated the Sunset Strip hotspot with a slew of seriously racy vintage photos of her.

Jason Momoa, Famke Janssen and Thomas Middleditch are already on board the private eye tale.

Rapper Tyga, Adam Goldberg, Ken Davitian, David Arquette, and Victor Ortiz have joined Bruce Willis in the untitled action comedy being directed by Mark and Robb Cullen, who wrote Willis’ Cop Out.

The quintet add to a roll call that already includes Jason Momoa, Famke Janssen, Stephanie Sigman, Thomas Middleditch, John Goodman, Adrian Martinez and Kal Penn.

Willis is set to star as a private eye in Los Angeles whose professional and personal worlds collide when his dog is stolen by a gang. He find himself chased by two vengeful Samoan brothers, a loan shark's goons and a few other shady characters.

Nicolas Chartier, Zev Foreman, Laura Ford and the Cullens are producing the movie, which is currently in production. Patrick Newall, Jonathan Deckter and Stephen Eads are executive producing.

Tyga, who will also appear in Barbershop 3, is repped by Paradigm. Goldberg, repped by UTA, Luber Roklin and Levin Law Group, did a stint on the first season of Fargo.

Davitian, repped by 369 Universal Artists, made his name co-starring opposite Sacha Baron Cohen in Borat. Arquette is repped by APA while Ortiz is repped by Gersh.