'Hush Hush' Movie Casting: Potential Actors for the Part of Patch Cipriano
By Diadem Pambid | October 1, 2013 9:27 AM EST
"Divergent", "Vampire Academy" and "Maze Runner" aren't the only film adaptations set for release by 2014. Becca Fitzpatrick's highly-acclaimed novel, "Hush Hush" is also up for a movie but casting is yet to begin. To help out the production studio, here are a few suitable stars for the part of Patch Cipriano.
With the end of the "Harry Potter" and "Twilight" era, new film series are up for production. While the "Hunger Games" is one other film franchise garnering hype worldwide, it hasn't stopped other production studios in searching for the next big thing. Could Becca Fitzpatrick's young adult novel, "Hush Hush" be just the thing viewers had hoped for?
For those who have yet heard or read of "Hush Hush", a synopsis is as follows (via Goodreads.com):
"Hush, Hush follows Nora Grey, a 16-year-old who catches the attention of Patch, her gorgeous, yet enigmatic biology partner. When she starts experiencing mysterious hallucinations, Nora learns that she's at the center of an age-old conflict that reaches the heavens itself."
"Patch is fallen angel desperate to be human again, but that humanity could come at the cost of Nora's life. Will he sacrifice Nora to save himself?"
The announcement that the series would be turned into a film was made last December of 2012. No words about the official casting but fans of Becca already have their favourites for the lead parts of Nora Grey and Patch Cipriano. If Fitzpatrick had her way with casting however, Steven Strait and Emmy Rossum would have already been cast for the film adaptation.
"I started writing Hush, Hush almost ten years ago, so I was picturing actors who are obviously now too old to play the parts. I wanted Steven Strait for Patch and Emmy Rossum for Nora, but that won't work anymore," explained Becca, adding, "I would hope for someone that hasn't been discovered yet. Other than that, I'm just going to leave it up to LD. I trust them to do a good job."
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