Actress Malin Akerman is the latest in talks to join Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sam Worthington in the action flick 'Breacher,' which is great news because this film was starting to look like a sausage party.

According to Variety, Malin Akerman might be joining Schwarzenegger and Worthington in 'Breacher,' from director David Ayer. Ayer is best known for writing 'Training Day,' and he wrote and directed 'Harsh Times' and the upcoming 'End of Watch,' starring Jake Gyllenhaal.

'Breacher' is said to be a manly take on Agatha Christie's classic story 'Ten Little Indians,' in which a DEA task force robs a major drug cartel while pretending to conduct a raid on a safe house, but things go awry -- as they usually do in movies -- when members of the force start getting picked off one by one. Akerman will play a member of the DEA task force.

Akerman is a diverse actress who was most recently seen in the David Wain pic 'Wanderlust' and 'Rock of Ages,' alongside Tom Cruise and Alec Baldwin. Akerman recently completed work on 'CBGB,' the film that chronicles the legendary rock club of the same name, in which she plays Blondie frontwoman Debbie Harry. She also stars alongside John Cusack in the upcoming 'The Numbers Station.'

'Breacher' is racking up big names like Sam Worthington and the more recently added 'True Blood' and 'Magic Mike' star Joe Manganiello.