The Force is calling for bright, pretty young things in the U.K.
Under the disguise of a generic movie featuring young male and female leads, Disney put out a casting call in Blighty for what is being interpreted as the studio’s upcoming seventh “Star Wars” installment.
@digitalspy Open Auditions for major Disney Movie starting in Bristol this weekend! Please help spread the word. pic.twitter.com/Z6rVaZxYP5
— Claire Curry (@UKopencall) November 5, 2013
The open audition was publicized via Twitter early this week.
In the announcement, Disney says it’s seeking someone to play Rachel, a young woman 17-18 year old, as well as a character called Thomas, who is aged 19-23 years old. The casting call, which has stops throughout the U.K. and Ireland, starts next week.
- Andrew Stewart
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