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3 items from 2011

Exclusive Interview with Emily Mortimer and Larry the Cable Guy – Cars 2

27 June 2011 7:00 AM, PDT | | See recent HeyUGuys news »

I was sort of split going into my interview with Larry the Cable Guy (Daniel Lawrence Whitney) and Emily Mortimer.

My wife and I are huge fans of Emily’s work in such films as “Dear Frankie”, “City Island” and her hilariously brilliant stint on NBC’s “30 Rock”.  On the other end is comedian Larry the Cable Guy, who I only know because of his involvement in these Pixar films and that his catchphrase “get ‘er done” was quite popular for a time.

As actors they have very different bodies of work so I was extremely curious how they would interact with each other during the press questions.  In the film, Mater and Holley Shiftwell (Mortimer) spend most of their time on screen together trying to foil the bad guys.  However, most people are aware that voicing animated characters doesn’t allow a whole lot of face time between actors, »

- Ezequiel Gutierrez

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Ascension: A Tom Hooper Profile (Part 1)

1 February 2011 11:36 PM, PST | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Following his Academy Award nomination for Best Director on The King's Speech, Trevor Hogg profiles the career of British filmmaker Tom Hooper in the first of a two-part feature...

“I fell in love with directing at the age of twelve, at prep school in Highgate,” stated British filmmaker Tom Hooper who as a student came across the book How to Make Film and Television. His career ambitions were fueled further when an uncle gave the London native a cast-off clockwork 16mm Bolex camera which allowed him to make his debut effort, a short film called Runaway Dog. Later, during the year between Westminster and Oxford University, Hooper produced a fifteen minute project about a painting that terrorizes its creator (Philip Rosch). Costing $16,000, Painted Faces (1992) was broadcast on Channel 4’s First Frame and received extra financial support from commercial director Paul Weiland which allowed it to be screened at the 35th London Film Festival. »

- flickeringmyth

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Open casting in Brixton

11 January 2011 3:32 AM, PST | ScreenTerrier | See recent ScreenTerrier news »

Open Call Casting For TV Drama

We are currently casting for a 4-part drama for Channel 4.

We are holding an open call on Saturday 15th January between 12pm – 5pm at The Brix at St Matthews, St Matthews Church, Brixton Hill, London SW2 1Jf

At present, we are looking for the following:

Boy – 14-16 yrs old, Black, working class Londoner.

Boy – 14-16 yrs old, of Turkish descent, working class Londoner.

We cannot stress enough that;

No Previous Acting Experience Is Necessary

(just a willingness to come along and try out, nothing ventured nothing gained.) At this stage it will just be a short informal chat on camera, and we can tell you more about the process.

For those who go on to be in the series this will be fully paid work.

Des Hamilton Casting are known in the film industry for launching the careers of kids and adults who have never acted before, »

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