Justice League of America Casting Call!

Young Hollywood converges on Miller's adaptation.

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The casting call has gone out for George Miller's Justice League of America, and a slew of young stars have answered.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, a "marathon casting session" kicked off over the weekend, "seeing 35-40 actors test" for a piece of Justice League action. From the article:

On the roll call are Adam Brody (Fox's "The O.C."), Joseph Cross ("Running With Scissors"), D.J. Cotrona ("Windfall"), Mary Elizabeth Winstead ("Grindhouse"), Michael Angarano ("Sky High"), Teresa Palmer ("Wolf Creek"), Max Thieriot ("Jumper") and rapper Common.

The cast of NBC's "Friday Night Lights" is well-represented as well, with Minka Kelly, Adrianne Palicki and Scott Porter also among those testing for parts. No costumes are involved in the tests, which are being taped as actors read script pages.


The Reporter goes on to note that Miller is looking for actors young enough to "grow into their roles over the course of several movies," and says he's "due to present his findings to the studio midweek." Let the Justice League casting announcements commence!

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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