Casting directors are holding a casting call for CW TV show “Arrow”. A new edgy yet refined pilot called “Arrow” will debut on CW Network this year. Producers are convinced this will be nothing like the comic book ‘Green Arrow’ character but most definitely cannot deny that it may be as successful. “Arrow” will hopefully replace CW’s hit series “Smallville” which ended in 2011 after a very successful run. The main character Oliver Queen will be played by Stephen Amell, who critics recently have compared to Matt Damon in his Jason Bourne infamous bit. While trying to steer away from the typical comic book character, producers are explaining that this will definitely be a series more steered toward adult audiences.
Warner Bros TV and CW’s Thom Sherman will be responsible for “Arrow”, along with director David Nutter who is in charge of HBO’s award winning ”Game of Thrones”. It is also rumored that Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim will write and executive produce the show. They were responsible for “Green Lantern.” With that said there is no surprise that Arrow’s character Oliver Queen will not have any special superpowers. Instead he will be more grounded as opposed to his powerful ways portrayed in the DC Comics.
In the meantime as writing is ahead and everything is put together casting directors are on an active pursuit to find starring roles and extras for the TV Series. Talent of all ethnicity and ages are being called in for the casting call. Five roles are being cast for filming which is set to shoot in March. Besides this series, producers at CW are also working on other pilots which includes a Sex and the City prequel “The Carrie Diaries”, and a musical present day Beauty and the Beast updated drama “Joey Dakota”. Make sure to submit yourself for a role today!
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