James Pattersons’ Middle School SeriesCBS Films is sign on to bring James Pattersons’ bestselling Middle School book series to the big screen. The upcoming family comedy, Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life, is written by Chris Bowman, Kara Holden, Hubbel Plamer and James Patterson and will be directed by Steve Carr. Carr is best known for directing films like Movie 43, Paul Blart: Mall Cop and Are We Done Yet? Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life will be produced by CBS Films, Michael Flynn and James Patterson.James Pattersons’ Middle School book series centers on the life of Rafe Khatchadorian’s, his imaginary best friend Leo and his very tumultuous days as a student at Hills Village Middle School where he must use all of his wits to battle bullies, hormones and an insane principal.The popular New York Best seller focuses on Rafe, a young boy who is entering middle school. Rafe has not had the best life at home, but now he has to deal with a whole new set of issues as he enters middle school. He decides to concoct a plan that is sure to guarantee him the best school year yet, he enlists the help of his imaginary best pal, Silent Leo. Rafe Lives with his mom, his sister Georgia and his mom’s abusive deadbeat boyfriend, Carl “Bear.” Rafe isn’t looking forward to the new school year but his best friend Leo seems to have a plan that will at least make the year very tolerable. Leo convinces Rafe that he must leave his mark at Hills Village Middle School by literally breaking every rule in the book. Rafe of course takes him up on that offer. Griffin Gluck has been cast for the lead role of Rafe. Gluck is best known for his work on the film Just Go With It where he potrayed Jennifer Anniston’s young son, Michael. Gluck is also known for his appearance on the TV shows Private Practice and Red Band Society.Production on Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life has begun in the Atlanta area. The casting team with Rose Locke Casting has begun seeking Middle School Kids to portray background actors in several upcoming scenes for the film. The team is seeking children who are in Middle School between the ages of 11-14 who are in the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade. If you are interested in being considered for a role on Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life please send an email with your Name, Parents Name, Age & Grade, Parents Contact Information, Height/Weight/Sizes, and 3 photos (Head Shot, Full Body and Profile) to kids@RoseLockeCasting.com. Be sure to check back with us for casting updates and more information on Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life. Leave a comment below and let us know what you think of the Middle School book series and why you would be a perfect fit for this hilarious feature film.