Coca-Cola is making stardom possible for its new commercial, called the "Sounds of Coca-Cola," which will feature real people demonstrating their personal renditions of the distinct sounds that occur every time someone opens a Coke and Opens Happiness. From now through October 15, 2009, people can visit the Coca-Cola page on Facebook to learn how to take part in the global casting call for the new commercial.
Angle 9 Productions, an independent film company in Los Angeles, is collaborating with a network TV producer and Hollywood reality TV agent to launch a martial art based reality TV show starring Sensei Peter Freedman. If you are a boy or girl between the ages of 14 to 22, the show’s casting directors want you to try out for the new reality show and be cast in the pilot. The show’s focus is self-transformation (physical, mental, and spiritual). No prior acting or martial art experience is necessary.
Is your family ready for a dance-off? A major cable network, in association with MysticArt Pictures, an award winning casting company, are looking for families who are dying to show off their dance moves on a new dance competition show called "Family Dance Camp".
A major casting call for Disney’s "Secretariat" will be held Sunday at the Cajundome in Louisiana. The casting director is asking for experienced horse handlers and trainers. The film chronicles the life story of Penny Chenery, owner of the race horse "Secretariat" who won the Triple Crown in 1973.
Black Hills Casting Call in Rapid City, South Dakota. BBM Studios and KEVN-FOX TV will host this local event to gather people of all ages for fresh talent and casting pool on Saturday, September 26, 2009. They plan to congregate people of all types from the Black Hills area to fit the variety of talent and casting needs in which the local advertising industry is currently short. The talent is being sought for Local event to gather people of all ages as talent for work in commercials, videos and other advertising mediums.
ABC Family is currently in production on their new telefilm "The Business of Falling In Love" starring Hillary Duff. Casting is taking place in the New Orleans area for both principal actors and background extras.
A future version of the popular “Guitar Hero” franchise that supports the new Natal technology is “likely”, according to RedOctane head honcho Kai Huang. Huang says he and just about everyone else in the industry is excited about the upcoming Microsoft motion-sensor technology.