Auditions underway for Walt Disney Pictures feature film ‘Saving Mr. Banks’

Tom Hanks Walt Disney Saving Mr. Banks

Tom Hanks will play Walt Disney in “Saving Mr. Banks”.
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The true story behind the 1964 Walt Disney Productions musical film Mary Poppins is being made into a modern behind-the-scenes movie titled “Saving Mr. Banks”. Walt Disney Pictures will begin shooting September, 2012 in Los Angeles and Maryborough, Queensland, Australia. Casting for starring and supporting roles is underway. One very coveted role will be the child actor who plays Mary Poppins author P.L. Travers at 7 years old. Auditions are taking place in Los Angeles, with additional casting in Queensland, Australia. The film’s extras, photo doubles, and stand-ins will be cast in both Los Angeles and Australia.

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5 thoughts on “Auditions underway for Walt Disney Pictures feature film ‘Saving Mr. Banks’

  1. My name is richard dowie im 17 & being an extra would be a perfect start.

  2. Check out Ally Gray who actually played Jane in a local play. She has a wonderful voice and is a talented young actress. Age 12

  3. Hi my name is nick and im very into acting but the only problem is i dont have a resum’e. I need to get some plays or anything else into my resum’e. I am curently talking to new england models group in Manchester, New Hampshire and i have taken an acting class with Tom Logan.
    I would like to know what i need for this add or if i can even qualify for this, so any information would be great. Please write back and let me know what i can do or if i need anthing please.

    Nicholas Garon

  4. I wolud like to be involed in this movie as a extra or what ever role is avalible
    I am a spanish/english speaking actor from south texas

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