Matt Tolmach Productions and Circle of Confusion are getting ready to begin production on the Sony Pictures comedy feature film “The Kitchen Sink” and casting directors are holding auditions for starring, co-starring, supporting, and day-player roles. The stand-ins and photo-doubles for the principal actors, as well as general extras and featured background actors are also now being cast. Shooting will take place in Los Angeles beginning on August 5, 2013 and will continue through September 15, 2013. “The Kitchen Sink” will hit theaters on October 17, 2014.
British actress and model Imogen Poots stars as an exotic car dealer.
Dreamworks Studios in association with Bandito Brothers are in pre-production on the Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures racing themed feature film “Need for Speed” based on the Electronic Arts video game franchise which is the most successful racing video game series in the world, and one of the most successful video game franchises of all time. The casting directors are conducting auditions for the films starring and co-starring roles. All of the film’s extras, stand-ins, and photo doubles will be cast in Atlanta, GA where shooting will take place from February 25, 2013 through June 3rd, 2013.
The new ABC drama “Mistresses” is now in pre-production and Mary Jo Slater is casting recurring, guest starring, and day player roles. The series was created by Gossip Girl writer K.J. Steinberg, based on the hit BBC series of the same name. ABC picked up “Mistresses” as a 12 episode midseason order. In addition to acting roles, extras of all ages and types will be cast throughout the season. Shooting begins on August 7, 2012 in Los Angeles. The show follows four friends as they try to deal with complex relationships and toward a sense of order and enlightenment in their lives.
Michelle Vanegas was one of 11 selected from over 7,000 who submitted for the N.Y. Showcase.
Disney ABC Television Group’s highly coveted Casting Project is accepting headshots and resumes through July 2, 2012 for consideration to audition for the ABC Talent Showcase. Participants for each talent showcase must be at least 18 years old. Actors should have some training or experience in Television, Film or Theater, but it is not required that you have representation to apply or participate in the showcase.