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‘The Boy Foretold by the Stars’ announces casting call for new role in upcoming sequel

‘The Boy Foretold by the Stars’ is looking for a third actor who will join Adrian Lindayag and Keann Johnson in the movie’s much-awaited sequel.

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02/18/2021 10:12 AM
‘The Boy Foretold by the Stars’ announces casting call for new role in upcoming sequel
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The producer of The Boy Foretold by the Stars has announced a casting call for a third actor who will join Adrian Lindayag and Keann Johnson in the movie's much-awaited sequel.

Based on the announcement, the follow-up will introduce a new character, Gio, who is described as a student body president of St. Francis Catholic School. 


Requirements for the role include being 18 years old or at least resembling an 18-year-old, able to speak Filipino and English fluently, and physically fit.

Interested applicants can submit their resume, close up and full body photo, and acting reel, or a 30-second video introducing themselves and their acting background to the email address boyforetold@gmail.com

Deadline for the submissions is on February 21, 2021. Shortlisted applicants will be e-mailed for a call back.

Directed by Dolly Dulu, The Boy Foretold by The Stars tells the story of two senior high school boys, who, through the help of a fortune teller, find each other at an optional school retreat called Journey with the Lord.

A sequel for the movie—a limited series co-produced by Clever Minds and ABS-CBN's Dreamscape—was announced in early February. However, no further details about the project were given. 

READ: MMFF entry ‘The Boy Foretold by The Stars’ to continue as limited series

Billed as the first Filipino boys' love (BL) movie, The Boy Foretold by the Stars won three awards at the 2020 Metro Manila Film Festival awards night, namely, 2nd Best Picture, Gender Sensitivity Award, and Best Original Theme Song.