An Irish movie is looking for a young actor to star alongside Olivia Colman
Do you know anyone who would fit the role?
An Irish movie - titled Mully and starring Olivia Colman - has issued a major casting call for a young male actor.
Producers are on the search for a boy who can pass as 13-years-old to play the titular role.
Described as a "feel-good, foul-mouthed fairy-tale", the film sees a "trainwreck" new mum wind up on a road trip with a young boy who is on the run from his conman father.
The film will be directed by Emer Reynolds, who made the acclaimed space documentary The Farthest and the Phil Lynott-focused Songs for While I'm Away.
Reynolds' first non-documentary feature film, Mully will shoot from June to August in Ireland.
No previous acting experience is required when applying to play the title character.
Reynolds' said about the casting call: "The search begins for Mully. Incredible part for a young male actor - playing 13 year old Mully opposite the peerless Olivia Colman.
"Look forward to meeting you!"
For more information about how you can apply, see Reynolds' Twitter post about the casting call below.
The search begins for MULLY?
Incredible part for a young male actor - playing 13 year old Mully opposite the peerless Olivia Colman. Look forward to meeting you!?
— Emer Reynolds (@emerpreynolds) March 28, 2021
Colman won an Oscar for playing Queen Anne in 2018's black comedy The Favourite, and has picked up Golden Globes for her work in The Crown and The Night Manager.
She has also had roles in comedy series such as Fleabag and Peep Show, as well as in the drama film The Father.
For the latter, she is nominated for Best Supporting Actress at this year's Oscars.