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Disney "WISH" Cruise Commercial Casting Call for Families

Disney Cruise Lines

NASSAU, BAHAMAS, DECEMBER 4, 2014: Top of the Disney Cruise Dream, one of the biggest and more fun cruise ships that navigate the Caribbean. The colors and the shape of Mickey Mouse identify the ship. (Juan Camilo Bernal / Shutterstock.com)

A Disney Cruise Line commercial is now casting real families in the United States

Disney casting directors are now casting real families to work on the upcoming Disney Cruise Line commercial.

Casting: Real Families

  • Families with a minimum of 3 members (Parents + Children) or a maximum of 7 members (including Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles)
  • Children need to be between 3-17 years old
  • All talent over 5 years old must be fully vaccinated (including booster – or second vaccination within the last 9 months)
  • All participants must have valid passports, valid through March 2023
  • Open to any families who are US citizens and live in North America (other than NY or LA).

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Disney Cruise Line Commercial Casting Call

Thanks for your interest in the Disney Cruise Line project! 

PLEASE READ THE BELOW INFORMATION CAREFULLY TO MAKE SURE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY QUALIFY BEFORE FILLING OUT THE APPLICATION.

This is an exciting project that will shoot ON BOARD the new DCL "Wish".  Families booked for this cruise will have the run of the ship, as a passenger, when they’re not shooting. Shooting days and hours will vary per production schedule.

Application and video deadline is Mon. 8/29/22.

Please note client will be reviewing immediately so please respond as quickly as possible. Client is eager, but understands it is a last-minute project.

 CASTING for MULTIPLE FAMILIES! We’re searching for real families of all ages who love Disney, Marvel, Star Wars or Pixar stories! We are looking for gregarious, fun personalities that show through without “acting” and are comfortable being unabashedly themselves on camera. Families should reflect our world's rich tapestry and diversity—all family sizes, make-ups, abilities, and identities welcome. 

To be considered, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Families with a minimum of 3 members (Parents + Children) or a maximum of 7 members (including Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles)
  • Children need to be between 3-17 years old
  • All talent over 5 years old must be fully vaccinated (including booster – or second vaccination within the last 9 months)
  • All participants must have valid passports, valid through March 2023
  • Open to any families who are US citizens and live in North America (other than NY or LA).

**Please note that the MAX allowable per larger room is 7 people total and the entire family would stay in the same room. 

**Proof of vaccination and passport expiration date will need to be shown at casting to prevent unnecessary confusion later. There will be a spot to upload these later on this form.

TO SUBMIT YOUR FAMILY - We’ll need you to fill out this form as well as make a quick video! You will be redirected to & emailed video instructions as soon as you submit this form. Videos are due by Mon. 8/29.  Sooner the better.

PROJECT DETAILS BELOW

All family members will Covid Test before travelling and getting on the cruise ship.

Dates Needed (Travel to Orlando, Florida)

Weds. 9/7 – Fri. 9/16 (all family members would be needed all dates!)

COMPENSATION:

Adults: $500.00/shoot day, $400.00 travel, or down days (non-shoot days)

Kids under 18: $250.00/shoot day, $175.00 travel & down days (non-shoot days)

 USAGE TERMS: This production will shoot video & stills. Footage/Images will be used in multiple purposes, payments will be all-inclusive for all media in perpetuity.

IMPORTANT: We recommend filling this form out on a desktop computer due to the fact that some mobile devices will not allow you to upload photos to complete your submission.

How To Be In A Commercial?

You'll need basic acting and modeling experience to be in a commercial. You'll also need to take direction well and be comfortable working with a crew. Here are some tips to help you get started:

  1. Start by taking acting or modeling classes. It will help you develop the skills you need to be successful in front of the camera.
  2. Start submitting yourself to commercial casting calls. You can find these online or through your local acting or modeling agencies.
  3. When you go to a commercial audition, bring a current headshot and resume.
  4. Be prepared to take direction from the commercial director. They will likely have a specific vision for the ad, and you'll need to be able to follow their advice.
  5. Be professional and polite on set. The commercial crew will be working long hours, so it's essential to be a team player.

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