Open casting calls for ‘How To Catch a Monster’ to be directed by Ryan Gosling

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Three-time Emmy Award nominee Christina Hendricks plays the lead role of Billy.
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Marc Platt Productions and Phantasma Films in association with Bold Films are in pre-production on the feature film “How To Catch a Monster” written and directed by Ryan Gosling. The casting director is conducting and online open casting call searching for starring and co-starring roles in the film. Shooting will take place in the Detroit, Michigan area beginning in May, 2013. They are currently looking for a boy who looks between 3-6 years of age and a male who is over 18 and appears to be between 17-19 years of age. Additional roles will be cast through open casting calls.

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Warner Bros. Pictures feature film ‘Gangster Squad’ auditions and casting calls

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Sean Penn plays Mickey Cohen who had strong ties to the Jewish and American Mafias.
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The major feature film “Gangster Squad” has begun production in Los Angeles and the casting directors are casting day players, extras, photo doubles, and stand-ins. The Warner Bros. Pictures film has an all star cast that includes Sean Penn, Ryan Gosling, Josh Brolin, Emma Stone, and Nick Nolte. “Gangster Squad” chronicles of the LAPD‘s fight to keep East Coast Mafia types out of Los Angeles in the 1940s and 1950s.

George Clooney film ‘The Ides of March’ to cast hundreds of extras in Midwest

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Evan Rachel Wood and Ryan Gosling play Presidential Campaign workers in “The Ides of March

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Academy Award winner George Clooney grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and now he will be directing his fourth film there titled “The Ides of March”. Clooney also co-wrote the screenplay and will star in the Sony Pictures feature film. There will also be shooting in Detroit, MI and hundreds of extras and some small speaking roles are needed in both cities.