John C. Reilly is back for another one with the infamous “Glee” actress Jane Lynch in the new bad-guy good-guy classic game inspired film called “Wreck-It Ralph”. Casting directors are in search of extras. The project is about a character who brings trouble to an entire arcade after sneaking into a new first-person shooter game and unleashing a deadly enemy. Director Rich Moore, is known for his wonderful work over the years on TV shows such as “The Simpsons” and “Futurama”. He was the supervising director for both hit shows and has a lot of experience in the animated world of entertainment. “Wreck-It Ralph” stars actors Alan Tudyk, as the voice of King Candy; John C. Reilly, as the voice of Wreck-It Ralph; Jane Lynch, as the voice of Sergeant Calhoun; Ed O’Neill, the star of the Emmy Award nominated show “Modern Family” will be playing Mr. Litwak, while Stefanie Scott, known for her work on A.N.T. Farm as Lexi Reed, will be playing the voice of Moppet Girl. All talent are obviously well-known A-List actors that any person or up and coming actor would be a privalege to work with. The story of the typical good-guy vs. bad-guy has been in a lot of films for quote some time, the different between this animated film is that not always is the good-guy truly the good-guy.
The project is written by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures and will be offered as a 3D Animated Movie once it is released. Release is scheduled for end of this year. All talent interested in this productions should submit their information and a head shot to the casting department immediately. The casting directors will sift through all options before booking the talent that best fix the scenes where there is void of extras. Not every talent will be called for auditions, as some talent may or may not fit the breakdown for the character extras needed in the scenes. The film shoot is already scheduled. If you are available and interested in being a a part of this production make sure to send your information in to the castings department. All talent asked to come in for the interview will be asked to bring their portfolio or comp card with them. Best of luck to all of the talent applying!
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