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Here’s Your Chance to Become an Extra on Stephen King’s Under the Dome TV Series

  • DailyDead
The first episodes of Under the Dome will begin filming next month and we have details on how you could become an extra. Production will take place in Wilmington, North Carolina starting in March and they are looking for a multiple people to take part as recurring extras. Vanessa Neimeyere is handling the search for extras and posted an update to her Facebook page recently with all the details:

“I will need a group of people that will work a lot over the next 6 months and be established faces that we see over and over. Please submit to utdextras@gmail.com I need the following info to be considered: Full Name, Age, Phone Number, Location, Availability ie school, work, exc… Head And Body Shot, Sizes And Measurements, Type Of Vehicle You Drive, Make & Model. Subject Line: “A/S/L” Clarification I Want You To Write, Your Age, Your Sex And
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Real World star suing HBO over fake cartoon from Entourage

  • Nerve
Do you remember John Devenanzio from The Real World: Key West or Real World vs. Road Rules: On the Craggy Slopes of Body Shot Mountain? No? Would you remember him if I used his on-screen nickname, "Johnny Bananas?" Still no? Well, don't tell him that; the reality show veteran is suing HBO, Time Warner, and Entourage creator Doug Ellin over the show's creation of a cartoon called Johnny Bananas. (If I were a meaner person, I might have say that, in truth, this is really the story of two cartoons named Johnny Bananas, only one of which is animated. Oops. I guess I am actually that mean.) In case you've never seen the show, let me answer some questions for you. No, the (fake) cartoon is not based on Johnny Bananas. And no, there is literally no connection beyond the name. And no, he [...]
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2010 Los Angeles Film Festival: Official Film List

The 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival is set to run June 17-27 in a brand new location. Oh, it’s still in L.A, but it’s moving across town, from Westwood — where it’s been held the past few years — all the way over to Downtown.

The main “hub” for the fest will be the new L.A. Live complex, but there will also be screenings at other locations, such as the Downtown Independent and Redcat theaters. The city is really trying to build downtown up into a major arts and culture hub, so the festival moving there fits in with that agenda. Film Independent, the organization that runs Laff, also runs the annual Independent Spirit Awards, an event that also moved downtown — from Santa Monica — this year.

On Bad Lit, I tend to like to put up festival lineups that include days and times of screenings. However, since I
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