Netflix has set the cast for its most recent family highlight — Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting.
Tamara Smart, who next will be found in Disney’s Artemis Fowl, and Pete’s Dragon entertainer Oona Laurence will lead the streaming component, which has likewise set Pose breakout Indya Moore and Harry Potter alum Tom Felton.
Alessio Scalzotto and Ian Ho are likewise set for Babysitter’s Guide, which has just started head photography in Vancouver.
In view of the main book in the arrangement by Joe Ballarini from Harper Collins engrave Katherine Tegen Books, the film will follow first-time sitter Kelly Ferguson, whose charge is abducted by the Boogeyman. She at that point finds a mystery society of savage sitters who ensure youngsters — and a whole universe of beasts she should battle so as to spare the kid she’s taking care of.
Veteran TV chief Rachel Talalay (Dr. Who, Riverdale, Sherlock) will rudder the class family include. Ballarini adjusted his own story.
Ivan Reitman will deliver for The Montecito Picture Company with Amie Karp. Tom Pollock for The Montecito Picture Company and Ilona Herzberg will executive produce, alongside Naia Cucukov for Walden Media, which is additionally working with the decoration on The Baby-Sitter’s Club arrangement.
Savvy, whose credits incorporate Netflix’s The Worst Witch and Nickelodeon’s up and coming reboot of Are You Afraid of the Dark?, is repped by Gersh, the U.K’s. Top Talent, Alan Siegel Entertainment and Sloane Offer. Laurence, repped by UTA, CESD, Zoom Talent and Peikoff Mahan, will next be seen in Liz Garbus’ Lost Girls.
Moore, who will next be found in Lena Waithe’s Universal busybody and Slim, is repped by CAA, Calli Company and Del Shaw. Felton is repped by the U.K’s. Troika, Gersh, Management 360 and Lichter Grossman. Ho is repped by Canada’s Noble Caplan Abrams and Scalzotto is repped by ESI Network and Cunningham Escott Slevin and Doherty.
Talalay is repped by Gersh, the U.K’s. Casarotto Ramsay and Associates and lawyer John LaViollette. Ballarini is repped by Verve and McKuin Frankel.