Just confirmed 3.23.13...I have just confirmed that Gov. Quinn from Illinois was in Hollywood Friday night seeking to reach out for more productions for the state...fresh with its tax incentive...he met with, according to Reel Chicago, Jane Lynch, Jim Belushi, Joe Mantegna, Roland Mesa, Chaz Ebert, Billy Zane and Bill Zwecker (Chicago Sun-Times)...it was titled "An Evening with Pat Quinn"....while much of the state is in shambles and bill cannot be paid, plus plenty of pension problems, the lure of Hollywood is never far from the governor's mind. On that note, summer in the city will be burning with the business of show. There is “Transformers 4." With its huge budget and production staff it is to to bring with it spending power. Also, “Divergent" is ready to go into production April 9 through June 30. That film stars Shailene Woodley and Kate Winslet. Look for a May 2014 release date for that one. “Jupiter Ascending.” Filming reportedly starts June 24 for four-to-five weeks. Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum and Eddie Redmayne. "Transformers 4" also shoots in Michigan...flush with tax incentives, too.
TLC's Randy to the Rescue TLC's wedding series "Randy to the Rescue" is currently looking for brides-to-be in the Chicago area! If you know of any brides with amazing stories and who would be a great fit for the show, please feel free to send them our way! They will be filming in Chicago from April 6-8 and are looking for brides who are getting married in 2013 and 2014. Attached you will find both our casting call and casting questionnaire for the brides-to-be. We would so appreciate you passing these docs on to anyone who may be interested!
Some wedding gowns need a train. Others require a semi-truck.
Last season, millions of viewers fell in love with Randy’s bridal style and practical advice for brides-to-be. He’s back at it again and The House that Casting Built is NOW CASTING Season 2 of the runaway summer-hit, TLC’s Randy to Rescue!
Have you watched Randy turn bridal dreams to realities and would love to walk down the aisle with the help of New York City’s premiere bridal expert? If your wedding budget or schedule just doesn’t allow a trip to the Big Apple, never fear! It’s Randy to the Rescue!
TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress fashion expert (and resident “FOB” – friend-of-the-bride), Randy, is heading off the floor of Kleinfeld and behind the wheel of a big rig to bring handpicked designer gowns to YOU! Once again, Randy will bring his favorite dresses, his unsurpassed wedding knowledge, and his signature “head-to-hem” styling approach to your hometown!
If you love TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress but live miles away from Kleinfeld and New York City, now is your chance. Email us with your name, age, location, and wedding date ASAP to email@example.com.
ABC pilots 'Betrayal' and 'Doubt' ExtraOrdinary Casting is casting for extras of all ethnicities and ages for the filming of ABC pilots 'Betrayal' and 'Doubt'. Tentative shooting through March 29. Compensation of $75 for 8 hours, plus time and a half overtime.
If you are not already registered with ExtraOrdinary Casting please first email firstname.lastname@example.org with your headshot and resume. If you are already registered email email@example.com with a headshot and those days that you are completely available.
See extraordinarycasting.net for more details.
CASTING NOTICES AS THEY APPEARED AS ADVERTISED Just try it. I give casting call notices for Illinois since I grew up in the state. When I first moved to L.A. in the 1980s, I worked this circuit to get a better understanding of the business of show. I came back at age 30 and worked on newspapers and radio and newspaper syndications in Illinois, and more. Always kept my hand in many pots. Now, going back to Illinois from L.A. and back again...it goes on, when it can. I now do it more of a hobby as I approach my mid-50s. But, I like to update how the business works for those who are thinking the same thing I did after college. Going there was like getting a Master's Degree in the business, with on-hands work. While working as extra/stand-in in Hollywood, I also worked on newspapers (in the 1980s/early90s) and had a corner on the newspaper syndicate market for trivia and information/lists.