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Ready for your close-up? Good, it's time for you to be the first person ever to win a Best Actor or Best Actress gong at the Oscars for work as an extra.

West Coast Casting has put out a call for extras for a new movie starring Jamie Dornan and Emily Blunt as lovers in John Patrick Shanley’s adaptation of Outside Mullingar.

Wild Mountain Thyme boasts a star-studded cast, with Jon Hamm, Dearbhla Molloy and Christopher Walken also on board for the future Hollywood hit.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The movie begins shooting in County Mayo at the end of September, so you've got some time to plan your trip to 'The Wesht' of Ireland for future film fame.

West Coast Casting is inviting anyone interested in being involved in the movie to come to the casting call for extras, running in Ballina Arts Centre from 10am until 4pm on Saturday, September 14.

Adults of all ages and a number of kids are required for scenes in the film, set to be shot in Crossmolina and Ballina between September and November of this year.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Mairead Campbell of West Coast Casting said that she intends to give priority in the casting to those applying directly from Crossmolina and Ballina, but she's considering all candidates.

The extras will be paid for the job and anyone unavailable for the open casting on September 14 can email their details and a recent photograph to westcoastcastingireland@gmail.com

Time to shine, gals.

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It's time to assemble the squads, get your glam on and find out your best telly angles.

First Dates Ireland have announced that they're looking for groups to take part in filming some 'fun clips'.

Go grab your work colleagues, mates or sports team and have some craic.

And the absolutely added bonus is that you don't even have to go to the effort of looking for love to get your mug on the telly.

COCO Television tweeted: We want to record some fun extra clips for the new series of #FirstDatesIRL and need a few great craic groups to take part in some digital videos."

"Whether you're part of a sports team or a knitting group, best friends or close colleagues, we want to hear from you! Apply today."

We don't know what you're waiting for as there is literally no downsides to this.

More information can be found here.

We are looking forward to seeing you and all your mates on our TV screens soon.

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Listen, we were all disappointed when we didn't receive a Hogwarts letter on our 10th birthday.

But with the latest Harry Potter news, this could be your chance to live in the wizarding world for a few months.

Pottermore revealed that Warner Brothers are looking to cast five new characters in the second Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.

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The website announced the news by sharing a post stating that an open casting call is taking place for the movie and they're looking for five people to take on new roles.

Better yet, the roles include portraying teenage versions of Newt Scamander, Leta Lestrange, Gellert Grindelwalk and Albus Dumbledore.

They're looking for three actors between the ages of 13 and 16 to play a young Newt and Leta, as well as a new character, Sebastian.

Next on the list is actors aged 16 to 18 to play Gellert Grindelwald and Albus Dumbledore as teenagers.

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"To apply for the Fantastic Beasts open casting call, email casting.prod@wb.uc-ns.com with a recent colour photograph, (i.e., taken within the last two months), contact telephone number, your home address and date of birth," reads the website. 

"Anyone under 18 must ask a parent or guardian to send the application.

"No previous acting experience is necessary, but applicants need to be eligible to work in the UK (meaning they must be a UK, Irish or EU passport holder), and be available for filming between August and November 2017."

No acting experience needed? Sign us up!

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Fancy being a bit of a TV star? Well, now is your chance.

The casting company which is behind Game of Thrones is opening a branch in Dublin this Saturday.

To celebrate the opening, The Extras Department, is hosting an open call and producers will be on the look out for actors for small TV roles.

As well as Game of Thrones, the casting company is also involved in productions such as The Fall and Line of Duty.

Taking place in Bow Street, Smithfield, producers says that acting experience isn't necessary.

"This event is for new members, people who would like us to help them set up an effective profile and work as an extra in Film and TV productions across Ireland.

"Current members are more than welcome to drop in and say hello. We can even update your measurements with you, put up a new profile picture and catch up on what's going on.

"Make sure to bring along a copy of your ID (Passport) in order to complete your profile."

Check out here if you want any more info.

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Remove your extensions and fake lashes ladies, because if you do, you could be in a chance of working alongside Mel Gibson.

According to a casting notice, Mel is looking for female extras in Ireland to work on his new movie, The Professor and The Madman.

But, you have to be totally natural which means ditch the hair dye, the lashes, the extensions and tan – and definitely no HD brows.

They're specifically looking for females who are 5'3 – 5'8 in height, with a 26' – 28' waist and a bust size of 34' – 36'. Oh, and you must fit into a size 8-10.

The casting call reads: ""No fake tan or nails. Hair must be natural colour- NO DYED HAIR. Hair must be medium or long in length –No shaved heads or undercuts. No plucked/shaved eyebrows or obvious tattoos and body decorations."

Not fussy at all, eh?

The movie also stars Sean Penn and Natalie Dormer. If you fancy applying for it, check out here.

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