Paramount Pictures film ‘Labor Day’ casting boys and girls for lead roles

Kate Winslet Adele Labor Day

Kate Winslet plays the broken hearted mother Adele in “Labor Day”
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The upcoming coming-of-age Paramount Pictures feature film “Labor Day” is currently accepting submissions from boys and girls between the ages of 10 – 17 years of age, including a mentally handicapped boy between 12 – 17 years of age. These are for two lead roles and one supporting role to star opposite Academy Award winner Kate Winslet and Academy Award nominated Josh Brolin. Shooting will take place in the Boston, MA area starting in June, 2012.

5 thoughts on “Paramount Pictures film ‘Labor Day’ casting boys and girls for lead roles

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