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Star Wars Episode 7 – Movie

Star Wars Episode 7 - Movie
Star Wars Episode 7 – Movie Auditions

The announcement of the century has come and it is about to change the movie industry forever. The Walt Disney Company has purchased The Star Wars franchise and all of it’s vast holdings and now a brand new trilogy (at least) of films is in production. Star Wars: Episode 7 is coming soon and auditions for a number of life-changing roles will be coming as well. Submissions from actors of all ages are being accepted today. This is your chance to be a part of feature film history.

In 1977 a young filmmaker named George Lucas released a small science fiction film named Star Wars that few thought would make an impact in the world of films. 35 years later The Star Wars universe includes 6 beloved feature films, several book series, cartoon series, numerous merchandise products and video games that have not only made an impact in the world of films but in the world as a whole. Now Disney and 8 time Oscar nominated super producer Kathleen Kennedy (Back To The Future, Jurassic Park, The Sixth Sense) are set to bring all new Star Wars adventures to the big screen. Star Wars: Episode 7 will be directed by the fantastically talented J.J. Abrams (Lost, Super 8, Star Trek), who was hand picked to take over what may end up being the biggest film ever released. Plot details are being held under wraps but what has been released is that the new movie will take place some time after the end of Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi and will feature such legendary heroes as Luke Skywalker (Mark Hammil), Han Solo (Harrison Ford) and Princess Leia (Carrie Fisher) interacting with an all new collection of colorful characters that is sure to please the millions upon millions of Star Wars fans young and old around the world. Auditions for this unbelievable new production will be happening soon but the producers and casting directors are getting a jump on the project by accepting casting applications now. To submit yourself for consideration for any available roles or for more information you can head here awcasting.com and to apply for all upcoming open auditions you can do so here castittalent.com/OpenCallSubmissionte.aspx?roleid=276852. We will be posting every audition news nugget and update as soon as they are released so keep checking back for more details and leave a message below and tell us what you think of the new Star Wars and why you want to be cast in first of the all new Star Wars productions, Star Wars: Episode 7.


Open Casting Calls For Star Wars Episode 7:


November 7, 2013
Ramada – Minneapolis Airport Mall
2300 E. American Blvd.
Bloomington, MN 55425
3pm – 8pm

November 10, 2013
Sheraton – St. Louis City Center Hotel
400 S. 14th St.
St. Louis, MO 63103
12pm – 5pm

November 14, 2013
Park West Theatre
322 W. Armitage Ave.
Chicago, IL 60614
3pm – 8pm

November 17, 2013
Somerset Inn
2601 W. Big Beaver Rd.
Troy, MI 48084
12pm – 5pm

November 22, 2013
Hilton – Austin
500 E. 4th St.
Austin, TX 78701
3pm – 8pm

November 24, 2013
Sheraton – Nashville Downtown
623 Union St.
Nashville, TN 37219
12pm – 5pm


November 9th and 10th

Arnolfini Arts Centre

16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA

11am – 3pm


November 16th and 17th

South Block, Wasp Studios

60-64 Osborne St, Glasgow G1 5QH

10am – 2pm


November 16 and 17th

Progress Centre

Charleton Place, Ardwick Green, Manchester M12 6HS

10am – 2pm


November 23rd and 24th

Apiary Studios

458 Hackney Rd, London E2 9EG

10am – 2pm

November 23rd and 24th


Curved St., Dublin, Dublin 2

10:30am – 2:30pm

78 thoughts on “Star Wars Episode 7 – Movie

  1. Since 1996, My husband Allen and I have taught a program to young people called "Chivalry for Children." In this program we teach students about the meaning of knighthood, and the virtues it takes to be a knight in this millennium. As I have come to know the mythos, Star Wars is a uniquely powerful avatar of the "chivalric spirit" and by being an extra on one of the films it is my hope to gain a better, deeper understanding of how to communicate that unique spirit to future students.

    In closing, please let me add that I am not unexperienced in stage, film and commercial performance (so I do a bit about hitting the mark and following stage direction).

    Thank you for considering my application; I look forward with hope to a favorable reply.

  2. I've always wanted to be in the entertainment business. just never had the guts. now, I want to do all the things. I know I'm good at it. I have all the tools to make people believe I'm real.

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