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.
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.
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 email@example.com
Time to shine, gals.
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Sometimes, something beautiful arises on the Internet that we totally didn't see coming.
And this video of 29 celebs reciting a dramatic version of Justin Beiber's hit song Sorry is just the best thing ever.
Jon Hamm opens the video with, "Is it too late to say I’m sorry that I don’t know the song, ‘I’m Sorry,’ by Justin Bieber?”
He's then followed by Lily-Rose Depp, Don Cheadle, Chelsea Handler, Ellen Page, John Legend, Jesse Plemons, Maya Rudolph, and many, many more.
This is an interesting revelation!
Following his long overdue Emmy win this week, Jon Hamm is set to guest star on SpongeBob Squarepants. Talk about an unexpected yet totally great move!
Cheekily referring to his iconic Mad Men character Don Draper, E! News has learned that Jon will voice a character named Don Grouper on the hit animated Nickelodeon series, who is described as the charismatic head ad executive of the ad agency, Grouper, Goby & Koi.
In the episode that is set to air next year, Mrs. Krabs will go to Don, who has a sharp mind and captivating charm, for help when she attempts to launch a new line of frozen Krabby Patties.
After being nominated eight times for his work as Don Draper on Mad Men, Hamm finally took home the Emmy Award for the final season of the series.
We can't wait to see this episode now. It will sure be an interesting one!
Mad Men and Bridesmaids actor Jon Hamm has reportedly completed a 30-day stint in rehab for alcohol addiction.
The star checked himself into the Silver Hill treatment centre in Connecticut last month, and has recently returned home after completing the four week programme.
A spokesperson for Jon confirmed the news to gossip site TMZ, saying the actor would like the issue to be treated with sensitivity by the media,
"With the support of his longtime partner Jennifer Westfeldt, Jon Hamm recently completed treatment for his struggle with alcohol addiction. They have asked for privacy and sensitivity going forward," said the rep.
Since leaving rehab Jon has made a number of promotional appearances for Mad Men, including an event earlier this week to unveil a Don Draper tribute bench in New York.
The actor has previously spoken about the dark time he went through following his father's death when Jon was just 20. "I struggled with chronic depression. I was in bad shape," he revealed in an interview in 2010. "But I was very fortunate to have really good friends in my life whose parents sort of rallied."
The final series of Mad Men begins next month. Jon also currently appears on the Netflix series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.
We wish him all the best with his recovery.
Jon Hamm might be known all across the globe for his iconic role of Don Draper on Mad Men, but the actor has admitted before he achieved any fame, he had to work in “soft-core porn”.
But steady on ladies, the actor never starred in any of these raunchy films, he was just the set-dresser.
“I was actually at that time working as a set dresser for Cinemax soft-core-porn movies. It was soul-crushing.”
Poor Jon, but needless to say he’s found the job of his dreams and couldn’t be happier.
“This is the best job I’ve ever had and maybe ever will have in my life — it’s so fun to play all of this. It can be relentlessly dark. It can be terribly sexually inappropriate, is a way to say it. But who else gets a chance to do any of that stuff? There’s so much there.”
We’re glad you’re happy Jon but, we still can’t imagine you working in any role in the porn industry.