‘Hush Hush’ Movie Casting: Emma Watson to Play the Role of Nora Grey

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By charmaine corne clutton | May 25, 2014 2:55 PM EST

The new movie adaptation that is sure that get fans swooning for more is about to begin filming. Rebecca Fitzpatrick's bestselling fictional novel about fallen angels is getting a movie adaptation and fans are eyeing various actors and actresses to take the lead roles.

Thrown into the bowl of choices is "Divergent" star Theo James who is the new star that everyone wants to see on the big screen. Theo James is a strong contender for the role of the dark fallen angel, Jev who is also known as Patch Cipriano.

"The Vampire Diaries," star Ian Somerhalder is also up for the role as he depicts the character a lot but the age difference may be a bit too wide for the star to play a sixteen-year-old fallen angel who falls in love with the heroine of the novel, Nora Grey.

Who is up for the role? "Harry Potter's" Emma Watson is a likely candidate for the role of Nora Grey. The book tells the story of how fallen angels come to mate with women of the earth and how Patch who had intentions of killing Grey, falls in love with her.

Emma Watson, a likely candidate for the role as she depicts the heroine in style and in manner. Fans have yet to see the star portray a role outside of her many roles as a supporting actress and maybe this time play the lead role in a movie adaptation of her own. 

Do you think the former "Harry Potter" star would be able to take on yet another movie adaptation and be the right actress for the role of Nora Grey?

Fans would want to see if Emma Watson can become that girl aside from her well loved character, "Hermoine Granger," in one of the bestselling books and movie adaptations of all time, "Harry Potter."

Emma Watson has done many movies aside from "Harry Potter," some which include movie adaptations alongside, Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller in "The Perks of Being a Wallflower."

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