Auditions and casting underway for ABC Family musical telefilm ‘The Mistletones’

Broadway vet Katherine McNamara recently starred in director Paul Hoen‘s “Madison High“.
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ABC Family is currently casting lead and supporting roles in Los Angeles for the upcoming musical telefilm “The Mistletones”. Filming will take place in February and March, 2012 in the Salt Lake City, Utah area. The movie’s stand-ins and extras will be hired in Salt Lake City throughout filming. The story follows young lady with and extraordinary singing voice who starts her own Christmas caroling group and sets out to win a competition.

Open casting calls for Stephenie Meyer’s ‘The Host’ in Baton Rouge

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The beautiful and talented Saoirse Ronan stars as Melanie “Mel” Stryder.
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The long anticipated feature film adaptation of author Stephenie Meyer‘s “The Host” is now ready to begin shooting in February, 2012. The extras casting director in Louisiana is accepting appointments for casting calls in Baton Rouge. Both men and women are needed, however this is for adults 18 years of age and older. Any open calls for teens and children will be posted as they become available. You need not be a resident of Louisiana to be considered, however you must be located in the area during filming, and have the proper paperwork.

CBS hit series ‘The Big Bang Theory’ auditions and casting information

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Kaley Cuoco plays the gorgeous aspiring actress Penny on “The Big Bang Theory“.
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Warner Bros. Television and Chuck Lorre Production’s hit CBS multi-camera sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” is currently in production on it’s fifth season and casting for principal actors and extras is ongoing in Los Angeles. The series is now the number one show on Thursday night primetime, beating out Fox‘s “American Idol“, and continues to show steady growth in the ratings. “The Big Bang Theory” has been extended by CBS through the 2013–2014 season.

Paramount Pictures film ‘Labor Day’ casting boys and girls for lead roles

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Kate Winslet plays the broken hearted mother Adele in “Labor Day”
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The upcoming coming-of-age Paramount Pictures feature film “Labor Day” is currently accepting submissions from boys and girls between the ages of 10 – 17 years of age, including a mentally handicapped boy between 12 – 17 years of age. These are for two lead roles and one supporting role to star opposite Academy Award winner Kate Winslet and Academy Award nominated Josh Brolin. Shooting will take place in the Boston, MA area starting in June, 2012.