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The Hive Casting is an in-house casting department. Formerly known as Jupiter Entertainment Casting. This is not a talent agency.
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Casting Call: "Fatal Attraction 1420" - Role of "Chastity" Role: Chastity Job Details: Duration: Likely needed on Tuesday, starting at 10am. Role Descript...View More

Casting Call: CSI Role for "FATAL ATTRACTION 1420" - Knoxville, TN Role Overview: We are seeking a male actor for a CSI role in the upcoming production of "...View More

Casting Call for "Snapped" Episode 3317 Job Details: We are casting for the role of a Polygraph Administrator for Episode 3317 of the true-crime television ser...View More

Casting Call: Snapped Episode 3317 Role: SHAREE'S DAD Job Details: Role Type: Supporting Actor Gender: Male Race/Ethnicity: White Age Rang...View More

Casting Call for "Snapped" Episode 3317 Role: Sharee's Mom Job Description: We are seeking an actress to portray the role of Sharee's Mom in the upcoming epi...View More

Casting Call for "Snapped" Episode 3317 Role: Character: Bruce's 1st Wife Gender: Female Ethnicity: White Age: 20s Job Description: We are seeking an ...View More

Casting Call: Snapped Episode 3317 Role: Laura Job Description: We are seeking an actress to play the role of 'Laura' in the upcoming episode of the true crim...View More

Casting Call: Snapped Episode 3317 Role: John, Attorney Job Description: We are looking for an actor to play the role of 'John,' a character who is an attorn...View More

Casting Call: Snapped Episode 3317 Role Description: Character Name: HAROLD Gender: Male Ethnicity: White Age Range: Late 30s to early 40s Character Pro...View More

Casting Call: EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) Job Responsibilities: Accurately portraying the role of an EMT in various staged crime scene settings. Int...View More

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Taika Waititi, the acclaimed director behind 'Thor: Ragnarok', recently opened up about his initial reluctance to helm the Marvel film. In a surprising revelation, Waititi admitted that his decision to direct the movie was driven primarily by financial needs, rather than artistic interest. Key Takeaways: Taika Waititi initially had no interest in directing 'Thor: Ragnarok'. He accepted the job for financial reasons, needing to support his family. Waititi viewed 'Thor' as the least popular Marvel franchise. He had minimal exposure to Thor comics, reading only one or part of it. 'Thor: Ragnarok' became a box office success, grossing $853 million worldwide. Waititi directed a second Thor film, 'Thor: Love and Thunder', in 2022. He has stated he will not be involved in a potential fifth Thor film. Behind the Scenes of a Blockbuster A Reluctant Decision Waititi's candid admission on the SmartLess podcast reveals a different side of Hollywood decision-making. Despite his lack of interest in the Thor franchise and minimal exposure to the comics, Waititi took on the project to provide for his family. This decision highlights the often-overlooked financial pressures even successful filmmakers face. Transforming the Franchise Despite his initial reluctance, Waititi's direction of 'Thor: Ragnarok' marked a turning point for the franchise. The film, released in 2017, was both critically acclaimed and a commercial success, grossing a staggering $853 million worldwide. It breathed new life into the Thor series, which Waititi considered the least popular in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Moving Forward Following the success of 'Ragnarok', Waititi directed 'Thor: Love and Thunder', released in 2022. However, he has expressed his intention to step away from the Thor series, focusing on other film projects instead. His statement dispels rumors of his involvement in a potential fifth Thor movie. Conclusion Taika Waititi's journey with 'Thor: Ragnarok' is a testament to the unpredictable nature of the film industry. His initial disinterest, driven by financial necessity, led to a successful reinvention of a Marvel franchise. As Waititi moves on to new ventures, his impact on Thor's cinematic legacy remains undeniable.
FX/Hulu's acclaimed series "The Bear" is gearing up for its third season, with production slated to begin in early 2024. The show, which has garnered significant attention and critical acclaim, follows the story of young chef Carmen "Carmy" Berzatto, played by Jeremy Allen White. Key Takeaways Season 3 of "The Bear" is scheduled to start production in late February to early March 2024. Jeremy Allen White, who plays the lead role of Carmy, shared insights into his character's development. The series, nominated for 13 Emmys, has been renewed for a third season by FX/Hulu. White, also starring in the upcoming movie "The Iron Claw," hopes for a season filled with notable guest stars. The show's cast includes a mix of established and emerging talents, contributing to its unique storytelling. Season 3 Anticipation Fans of "The Bear" are eagerly anticipating the return of the series, especially to see how Carmy's story unfolds. The end of the second season left viewers with a cliffhanger, as Carmy was locked in a walk-in fridge during a crucial moment in the plot. White expressed his hopes for Carmy's escape in the upcoming season and his excitement for the script's development. Star-Studded Expectations The series is known for its impressive lineup of guest stars, and White hopes season 3 will continue this trend. He mentioned his desire to see the return of Olivia Coleman's Chef Terry and Jamie Lee Curtis as Momma Donna. White's dream guest stars include Oscar winner Sam Rockwell and Emmy winner John Turturro. A Blend of Talent "The Bear" boasts a diverse cast, including Ayo Edebiri, Lionel Boyce, and Liza Colón-Zayas, among others. The show has been praised for its dynamic storytelling and character development, largely attributed to the strong performances of its cast. Conclusion As "The Bear" prepares to return to production, the anticipation among fans and critics alike is palpable. With its compelling narrative, strong performances, and potential for high-profile guest appearances, the third season promises to be another thrilling chapter in the series. Jeremy Allen White's portrayal of Carmy continues to be a focal point, and viewers are keen to see how his journey evolves in the new season.
The highly anticipated third installment of the "Venom" franchise, starring Tom Hardy, has resumed production following a significant delay caused by a recent actors' strike. This news comes as a relief to fans eagerly awaiting the next chapter in the popular series. Key Takeaways: "Venom 3" resumes filming post-actors strike. Tom Hardy announces the news on social media. Production halted for 118 days due to the strike. The film's release date pushed to November 2024. New cast members include Juno Temple and Chiwetel Ejiofor. Back in Action Strike's End Brings Relief The actors' strike, which lasted 118 days and ended on November 8, 2023, put a temporary halt to numerous film productions, including "Venom 3." Tom Hardy, who plays the lead role, shared his excitement on social media about returning to set. He expressed gratitude for the opportunity to continue the journey with the "Venom" franchise. A Delayed Release Originally scheduled for a July 2024 release, "Venom 3" has now been pushed back to November 8, 2024. This shift allows the production team ample time to complete filming and post-production work, ensuring the film meets the high expectations of its fan base. New Faces in the Cast The upcoming film will feature new characters portrayed by Juno Temple and Chiwetel Ejiofor, adding fresh dynamics to the established storyline. Their involvement is anticipated to bring new layers to the narrative, keeping audiences engaged and intrigued. Directorial Pride Tom Hardy took a moment to express his pride in director and writing partner Kelly Marcel, who has taken the helm for this installment. Hardy's commendation of Marcel's directorial skills highlights the collaborative spirit and mutual respect present within the production team. The Stunt Double Bond Hardy also acknowledged his stunt double, Jacob Tomuri, describing him as a brother and an integral part of the filmmaking process. This recognition underscores the importance of every team member in bringing the complex world of "Venom" to life. Looking Ahead As "Venom 3" gears up to continue its production journey, the excitement and anticipation among fans and the film community are palpable. The franchise has already established a strong following, and this latest installment is poised to add another thrilling chapter to the Venom saga. With a talented cast and crew at the helm, "Venom 3" is set to be a significant cinematic event in November 2024. More Project Casting Entertainment News:Michael B. Jordan to Direct 'Creed IV' Michael B. Jordan is set to return as the director for the upcoming 'Creed IV', following his directorial debut with 'Creed III'. The announcement was made b... Georgia's Film and TV Industry Poised for a Comeback Post-Strike After months of halted production, Georgia's TV and film industry is gearing up for a resurgence. The conclusion of the actors' strike, following a similar reso... 'Home Improvement' Spinoff: A Possibility on the Horizon Tim Allen, the star of the beloved 1990s sitcom 'Home Improvement,' has hinted at the possibility of a spinoff in a recent interview. While promotin...
Calling all East Asian women: Your chance to shine in a music video in the United Kingdom. Are you an East Asian woman passionate about acting, or have you always dreamed of stepping into the spotlight? If so, we have some exciting news for you! A fantastic opportunity has just arisen, and it could be your moment to shine in the entertainment world. We are thrilled to announce a casting call for female East Asian actors to feature in an upcoming music video by a well-known artist. This is your chance to participate in a creative and engaging project that promises significant exposure and a memorable experience. Your Role in the Music Video As a part of this exciting project, you will have the chance to perform and act in various scenes throughout the music video, all while following the director's guidance and the video's storyline. Your contribution will be essential in bringing the vision of the music video to life, and you'll collaborate closely with the production team and fellow actors to make it happen. Additionally, you'll need to be available for rehearsals and costume fittings as the production schedule requires, ensuring that everything comes together seamlessly. The safety and productivity of the set are paramount, so you'll be expected to follow all on-set protocols and guidelines. Requirements for Applicants To be eligible for this fantastic opportunity, you should meet the following requirements: Identify as an East Asian woman: This casting call seeks individuals from East Asian backgrounds. Age Range: There is no age limit! We encourage women of all ages to apply, as diversity is a key element of this project. Acting Experience: While acting experience is preferred, it's not mandatory. Whether you're a seasoned professional or an aspiring actor, we welcome your application. Adaptability: You should be able to follow directions and adapt to different acting scenarios with ease. Availability: Ensure you're available for the shooting dates (to be confirmed upon casting). Commitment to the project is crucial. Team Player: A willingness to work as part of a diverse and dynamic team is essential, as collaboration will be key to the music video's success. Compensation Details We understand your talent and time are valuable and want to compensate you accordingly. This is a paid role, and the compensation offered will be competitive and commensurate with your experience. Take advantage of this incredible opportunity to participate in a captivating music video project. Your talent could be the missing piece that brings this creative vision to life. If you're ready to take the stage and make your mark in the entertainment world, we encourage you to apply! Join Project Casting to access jobs you can apply to right now. How to apply? Check out the casting call breakdown below to audition for a role in the upcoming casting call. Music Video Casting Call for East Asian Women Job Description: We are excited to announce a casting call for East Asian female actors to feature in a music video by a well-known artist. This is a unique opportunity to be a part of a creative and engaging project with significant exposure. Job Responsibilities: Perform and act in various scenes throughout the music video, following the director’s guidance and the video's storyline. Collaborate with the production team and other actors to bring the vision of the music video to life. Be available for rehearsals and costume fittings as required by the production schedule. Follow all on-set protocols and guidelines to ensure a safe and productive environment. Requirements: Identify as an East Asian woman. Age range: Open to all ages. Acting experience is preferred but optional. We encourage both professional and aspiring actors to apply. Ability to follow directions and adapt to different acting scenarios. Must be available for the shooting dates (to be confirmed upon casting). Willingness to work as part of a diverse and dynamic team. Compensation Details: This is a paid role. Compensation will be competitive and commensurate with experience. Interested? Apply Now! You deserve to get discovered. Find more jobs, networking opportunities, and resources on Project Casting.