'Watchmen' star Matthew Goode visits 'Cemetery Junction'
One of the "Watchmen" is headed back in time.
Matthew Goode, who played former superhero Ozymandias in the superhero flick, has joined the cast of "Cemetery Junction," Ricky Gervais' 1970s insurance-men movie, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Goode will get to be bad, playing an ambitious salesman dating the boss's daughter. Gervais, who wrote the movie with Stephen Merchant, will co-star, as will "In Bruges" star Ralph Fiennes.
Shooting is scheduled to begin this summer in the U.K.