Every Secret Thing – Elizabeth Banks

Every Secret Thing Castings

It has taken over two years, but things are finally falling into place for the film version of Laura Lippman’s Every Single Thing. Elizabeth Franks who you might know from The Hunger Games and and Zack and Miri Make a Porno will join the cast along with Oscar nominee Amy Berg. The casting directors are now taking submissions for male and female actors for several supporting and extra roles in Every Secret Thing. The movie is a adaptation, based on Laura Lippman’s 2004 novel. The story revolves around two 11-year-old girls who are convicted of murdering a baby. This is your opportunity to join the Hunger Games star on the set of what is sure to be a hit, do not miss out and apply now.

Two little girls banished from a neighborhood birthday party take a wrong turn down an unfamiliar Baltimore street and encounter an abandoned stroller with an infant inside. What happens next is shocking and terrible, and three families are irreparably destroyed.

Seven years later, Alice Manning and Ronnie Fuller, now eighteen, are released from “kid prison” to begin their lives over again. But the secrets swirling around the original crime continue to haunt the parents, the lawyers, the police — all the adults in Alice and Ronnie’s lives. And now another child has disappeared, under freakishly similar circumstances. The film is set to begin shooting in mid 2013 with no release date announced yet.

The casting directors are now taking submissions for extras and several supporting roles in Every Secret Thing. If you are interested in auditioning please submit your information along with several recent photos and a brief resume. Please keep checking back for more information on casting dates and times and as always let us know what you think about Banks and her involvement in another movie that is a adaptation of a popular novel.

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