Casting For ‘Time To Lie’ Movie

Some time in the near future when my novel Time To Lie gets to be made into a movie, here are who I want to play the main characters:

Tom Holland who played played Spider-Man in the recent Marvel Civil War and Spiderman: Homecoming movies and will be Spider-Man again in two more movies and would be an excellent Landon Bridges unless he’s too old when we make the movie.

Rose Leslie of Game of Thrones would make a very good Siobhan. I’m pretty sure she’d give up Game of Thrones to play Siobhan in the movie. She was also in 8 episodes of Downton Abbey. I suppose she’ll have to fake an American accent.

Ansel Elgort, best known for his co-leading role in The Fault in Our Stars, would be my choice for Landon’s friend Salami.

Ken Jeong of The Hangover is a little young for the character of Dr. Kuroda, but with a little hair and makeup, he’s got the perfect vibe to play the eccentric mentor to Landon Bridges.

For the role of Future Landon I would like to cast myself or Tom Cruise. We’re both about the right age and look to be Landon from the future. He was also born in the same hospital as me. I may mention that when I’m pitching the role to him and his agent. Has an author ever been cast in a movie as his own character? I let you decide. Answer the poll below:

Those are my choices. What do you think? Did you picture any of the characters differently? Time to Lie is now available on Amazon in both e-book and paperback formats. It is also now available as an audiobook on Amazon and Audible!

Have a great Saturday! ~Phil

 

7 responses to “Casting For ‘Time To Lie’ Movie

  1. I guess your choices are okay
    Actors and whom each will play
    Although I’m disappointed to see
    The leading role not go to me!

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  2. TOM CRUISE? Whattayu crazy?

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  3. I like the guy from fault in our stars. That was such a great book!

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  4. I love Ansel! He’s perfect in pretty much every role he plays. I think you should cast yourself instead of Tom Cruise, though.

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