Today I'm so lucky to have the lovely Fiauna Lund; author of Indigo doing a guest post on her dream cast for her book.
About the author:
When I write, like many other authors I know, I imagine my book as a movie. Most of us are, after all, extremely visual. My writing muse happens to be very visual as well. In the past I’ve written with a clear vision of which actor I would cast in which role. With Indigo, however, I really didn’t. So when asked which actors I would cast in Indigo the movie, I really had to think . . . and then turn to the Internet, scouring entertainment sites for all the right beautiful people to cast in my book-turned movie. It sucked. I hated it. Poor me. (Wink, wink.)
Of course, we’d start with Brit Kavanagh. We need a beautiful and compelling leading lady. We know she has long dark hair and green eyes, just like her mysterious mother. In this role, I would cast Lily Collins. (Of course, we’d have to brighten up those eyes a bit.)
Every leading lady needs her handsome love interest. For Gentry O’Neill we need someone with a dark complexion and pale eyes. This role was not hard to cast once I really thought about it. For Gentry O’Neill, we’ll cast Douglas Booth. (Again with the eyes. Contacts will get the job done.)
The easiest role to cast, by far, was the role of Evan O’Neill. We need someone who looks wise but not old, with all the charm you think of when you dream of Ireland. For Evan, I am casting Liam Neeson.
So there you have it. Our A-listers for Indigo, the movie. Of course we’re missing several key roles, like Gerard, Shannon, Matthew and Maggie. Let me know who you would like to see cast in those roles; I’d love to see who you have in mind.
(All images from http://www.imdb.com)
Expected Release Date: September 1, 2013
by Rhemalda Publishing
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