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Superman Star Brandon Routh Cast as Crooked Arrows Lead


Crooked Arrows is pleased to announce that Brandon Routh has been signed to star in the new movie. Many of you will recognize him from Warner Brothers’ blockbuster re-boot of SUPERMAN in 2006, followed by numerous other movie and TV appearances. Keep Reading…

Crooked Arrows is pleased to announce that Brandon Routh has been signed to star in the new movie. Many of you will recognize him from Warner Brothers’ blockbuster re-boot of SUPERMAN in 2006, followed by numerous other movie and TV appearances.


Brandon will be playing “Joe”, the reluctant coach who rediscovers his spirit while guiding his reservation’s high school lacrosse team on their unlikely journey to the prep school league championship game. In addition to having worldwide recognition from starring in a half-billion dollar hit, Brandon, 32, brings athletic and Native authenticity to the role. (The Iowa native has Kickapoo Tribe lineage, and remains a competitive soccer player.)

Brandon joined the Crooked Arrows crew in Baltimore this weekend for the Crooked Arrows Reebok casting tour, the NCAA Final Four lacrosse games, and select festivities.

Sign up on the audition page by clicking here.

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