Sony Pictures Television, Tenth Planet Productions and Outlaw Films will be holding open casting calls for the hit NBC show “The Sing-Off,” a singing contest featuring a cappella groups expressing their love of singing as well as competing for an opportunity to win $100,000 and a Sony Music recording contract.
2011 Actors Resource Guide eBooks are now available for Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Miami, Orlando, Michigan, Louisiana, Seattle, Vancouver, London and Australia. Each eBook contains casting directors lists, talent agents lists, acting schools, headshot photographers, sample actors resumes for beginners and experienced talent, sample cover letters, child actor work permit information, and many more resources.
The casting directors for the independent family feature film “Sweethearts N’ Angels” will be holding an open casting call on Saturday, April 16, 2011 for people interested in working on the film as background extras.
Amanda Seyfried plays the lead role of Jill Parrish in “Gone” Creative Commons
Lakeshore Entertainment and Summit Entertainment are in production on the upcoming feature film “Gone”, and there will be an open casting call for people interested in working as background performers, stand ins, and photo doubles on the movie. A stand in/photo double for Amanda Seyfried will be hired to work for the entire duration of filming.
Jennifer Lawrence will play the role of Katniss Everdeen in “The Hunger Games” Creative Commons
The extras casting director for the Lionsgate feature film “The Hunger Games” are holding open casting calls in Concord, NC and Shelby, NC for local area residents to work as background performers on the film. The production will be hiring over one thousand extras throughout filming, in addition to stand-ins and photo doubles for the film’s stars. There is a special need for Children and adults with interesting character faces, but all types will be needed.
Original Film and Sony Pictures are currently casting actors and extras for the upcoming big screen version of the 1980’s cop show that helped kick off Johnny Depp’s career. The film’s main stars are being cast in Los Angeles, while smaller roles, extras, stand-ins and photo doubles will be hired in the New Orleans throughout filming.
From Walt Disney Pictures comes the dramatic comedy “Prom,” directed by Joe Nussbaum, written by Katie Wech and produced by Justin Springer and Ted Griffin, with Samson Mücke serving as executive producer. With fourteen characters integral to the story of “Prom,” the goal was to get the best cast possible so that this movie can stand up over time—just as John Hughes’ “Pretty in Pink” and Cameron Crowe’s “Say Anything” continue to entertain teenagers and adults to this day.