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Jessica Rothe's final call back was on her birthday on a Saturday at Wolf's house with Wolf and her casting director, Jeanie Bacharach. Rothe was on a TV show at the time, and that was the only day that she had free for her call back. Wolf adored working with Rothe and her work in that audition so much that Wolf wanted to tell her right then that she had the part, but she couldn't; she had to wait until the whole team had seen her audition and shared their thoughts. Instead, Wolf slipped a rose quartz into Rothe's jean pocket, and said that she was giving her something auspicious for her birthday, for health, love, and prosperity. That Monday, everyone at the production company loved Rothe's audition as well when they saw it, and Rothe found out that she had the part that same day. See more »
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Can't Tame a Fire
Written by Brett Boyett and Brian Seymour
Performed by Dan Tyminski
Courtesy of Mercury Nashville
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
I have been waiting months for this film, and I loved it. The film was engaging from beginning to end. I am going to see it again tomorrow and on Tuesday. My adult daughter went with me, and she thought it was really good, and she originally did not want to go. She is going again tomorrow with me. If for no other reason, go for the music, the child Billy and Alex Roe, who is so attractive.
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