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PopWrapped | Television

Open Casting Call For Series Of Unfortunate Events Leads

Lazaros | PopWrapped Author

Lazaros

Updated 12/6/2015 7:02am
Open Casting Call For Series Of Unfortunate Events Leads | Series Of Unfortunate Events
Media Courtesy of vergecampus.com
We’ve been hearing quite a lot of buzz surrounding Netflix’s upcoming series adaptation of Lemony Snicket’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events, but you can never be sure in such early stages of development. However, things seem to be moving forward, as an open casting call is being held to find the actors that will portray two of the main characters. Netflix has sent an all-new website online regarding casting details for series regulars Violet and Klaus. More specifically, A Series Of Unfortunate Events is looking for an 11-14-year-old girl to play a young, not-too-mature, self-confident, capable and smart beyond her years 14-year-old Violet, the eldest and natural leader, who helps her brother and sister solve problems with her skills as an inventor, as well as a 10-13-year-old boy to portray the charming, very smart, voracious reader and book lover Klaus, the family’s middle child. Anyone aware of the casting can audition, as long as they follow the insturctions found on the aformentioned website.  According to the casting call announcement, filming of the actual A Series Of Unfortunate Events television show adaptation are set to kick off this coming March in Vancouver, with auditions having been submitted by January 16. The series will be helmed by executive producer and occasional director Barry Sonnenfeld and Lemony Snicket’s legal, literary and social representative Daniel Handler. Take a look at some kind of titular artwork that goes with the casting website below.
Series Of Unfortunate Events Courtesy of hypable.com
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