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OPEN CASTING CALL!

Seeking far and wide, for neurodiverse teens, 11-17, for the LEAD ROLE of CHRISTOPHER BOONE, for the Warner Bros. film adaptation of the acclaimed novel, THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME by Mark Haddon.

Christopher is a unique, charming, brilliant, and socially awkward teenager who is on the autism spectrum. He’s a very gifted mathematician and is curious with a capital “C.”

When Christopher discovers his next-door neighbor’s dog, Wellington, dead, with a garden fork in his chest, he sets out to find pup’s murderer. His search takes him out of his comfort zone in his small suburban neighborhood and to the big city by bus.

Besides solving the mystery of the dog’s murder, Christopher goes on an emotional journey that would rock the world of any 15 year old.

** Re-set in North America. Contemplated to film sometime in 2020.

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