Tele-Tuesday: Football Sweetheart’s Dream Cast if Made into a TV Mystery Movie…

All writers do it… we envision who of the current movie and television stars we could see playing the roles of our novel’s characters.  So, for the sake of today’s blog post, I’ve decided to share Football Sweetheart’s dream cast if made into a two-hour TV mystery movie…

Aimee Freeman, played by Holland Roden (Lydia Martin from MTV’s Teen Wolf)

Aimee… trying to enjoy her senior homecoming dance without her best friend.

Will her investigative skills make her the next target?

Bobby Blakemore, played by Zach Roerig (Matt Donovan from the CW’s The Vampire Diaries)

Bobby, such the ladies man…

And the star quarterback for the Rebel football team.

Ella Harrison, played by Lucy Hale (Aria Montgomery from ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars)

Ella, so sweet on the outside…

But keeping so many secrets…

Coach McWilliams, played by Chace Crawford (Nate Archibald from the CW’s Gossip Girl)

Coach McWilliams, so handsome for an older man… well, in his mid-twenties.

So, why is he stuck living in the past?

Mrs. McWilliams, played by Rachael Taylor (Jane Van Veen from ABC’s 666 Park Avenue)

Mrs. McWilliams, the beautiful cheerleading sponsor…

Who understands exactly what her high school girls are going through… she’s been there herself.

Scott Christopher, played by Jared Padalecki (Sam Winchester from the CW’s Supernatural)

Scott, the new guy in town…

Who also happens to be built like a Greek god.

Pressley Jones, played by AnnaLynne McCord (Naomi Clark from the CW’s 90210)

Pressley, the stunning beauty queen…

Who always has her friends’ backs.

Carly Holden, played by Candice Accola (Caroline Forbes from the CW’s The Vampire Diaries)

Carly, the sweet and beautiful cheerleader…

Whose pep and support keeps her friends going in the toughest of times.

Jeanie Roberts, played by Ashley Benson (Hanna Marin from ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars)

Jeanie, the new girl who has captured all of the high school boys’ attention…

And a few of the girls… but she can’t seem to get into their good graces to save her life.

Sarah Faulk, played by Jessica Szohr (Vanessa Abrams from the CW’s Gossip Girl)

Sarah, the exotic-looking one that every other girl loves to hate…

But she doesn’t let that stop her from being there for her friends.

Tony Parkinson, played by Blair Redford (Ethan Whitehorse from ABC Family’s The Lying Game)

Tony, the promising college tight end…

And Bobby’s right hand.

What do you think?  Have you read Football Sweetheart?  Would you watch this television cast in a mystery movie?  Did you have anyone else in mind for any of the characters?  I’d love to hear from you!

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7 Responses to Tele-Tuesday: Football Sweetheart’s Dream Cast if Made into a TV Mystery Movie…

  1. I love to see how authors picture their characters. I think you made great choices for yours. I would definitely watch the movie! 🙂

  2. This was a lot of fun. I have the worst time thinking of actors and actresses for my own characters,but I absolutely love it when other writers do it.

  3. Emma says:

    I’d definitely watch Football Sweetheart with cast like that. 🙂

  4. donnagalanti says:

    Tiffany, what a fun post and line-up of hotties! OK, now how to make this happen?? 🙂

  5. I can’t help but notice how perfect everyone looks. 😉 Forget a two hour movie, Football Sweetheart should just be a CW show.

    I’d love to put together a cast like that, but like Marcy, I’m terrible at knowing actors to pick.

  6. Jess Witkins says:

    I love this! I bet you had a blast putting your dream cast together! And I’m happy Matt’s in it! ❤

  7. Julie Glover says:

    Love your choices! Having read your book, I can see that. Although I have to admit that I’m one writer who does not picture current TV or movie stars as the characters in my novel; in fact, I have a hard time choosing someone for the roles. Maybe I need a casting director? 😉

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