GODZILLA Production Casting Boys For Starring Roles

GODZILLA Production Casting Boys For Starring Roles

As time gradually rolls closer and closer to March, more casting details unfold.

Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures are beginning to set their casting plans into motion. And beyond the actors that have been mentioned within recent days (Bryan Cranston and Elizabeth Olsen), production team is also casting children for other starring roles within the upcoming film.

Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. Pictures, in association with Disruption Entertainment are in pre-production on the huge big-budget epic feature film "Godzilla", and shooting is scheduled to begin on March 14, 2013 in Vancouver, British Columbia. The film's casting directors in Los Angeles and Canada are holding auditions for several starring roles. These roles are for boys ages 3 - 11 years of age. The youngest is a Caucasian boy to play a 4 year old, the middle one is a Japanese boy to play 6 years of age, and the oldest is another Caucasian boy to play 10 years old. The actors do not have to be these exact ages, but can be a year older or younger. The extras will be cast in Vancouver close to the start of filming, which will run through June 22, 2013.

Starring in "Godzilla" is BAFTA Awards Rising Star Award nominee Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who is an English actor who began performing at six years of age. Taylor-Johnson recently starred in "Anna Karenina" opposite Keira Knightley. That film has been nominated for four Academy Awards. BAFTA Awards EE Rising Star Award nominee Elizabeth Olsen is in talks to also star in "Godzilla". Olsen is an exceptionally beautiful and talented actress who recently completed filming on "Oldboy" starring opposite Samuel L. Jackson and Josh Brolin. Also in talks is four-time Golden Globe Award nominee Bryan Cranston, who just finished working on "Eye of Winter".

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