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Fast Girls written by Noel Clarke is about a group of girls competing to qualify in the 2012 Olympics.
Via Demus Casting
Here is your chance to be extra in a big movie called ‘Fast Girls’ starring Noel Clarke (Adulthood, Doctor Who, Kidulthood, 4321). We need a big crowd next Saturday.
Time is from 8am to 6pm. Its not paid and travel is not paid BUT you will get filmed for interview for the DVD and meet the cast specially Noel. This is a good chance to network and meet other producers, actors etc also.
If your intrested please email :
with your name and number that’s it. Attach picture. If your bringing anyone like friends or family then write + and nunber. You will get a reply back to confirm and with the address etc.
So the extras will be expected to be there from 8am-6pm. No pay not even travel expenses will be paid BUT look at what you will get. You will get the opportunity to network, meet the stars, feature in the up and coming DVD and hopefully will be given food and drink.
Wow.. you gotta love the UK entertainment industry.
Good luck folks!
After N-Dubz’s Producer and Tulisa’s boyfriend Fazer was chosen by Simon Cowell to produce the X-Factor finalists winning song, it raised some questions:
- Are Hook Ups/Bring Ins Credible or Cringeworthy?
These days (especially in the world of crummy media) it’s not WHAT you know but WHO you know.
Your thoughts please….
I knew this would go in Levi’s favour. I bet he is celebrating at home now with a plate of jerk chicken dripping in Reggae Reggae Sauce.
Via BBC News
A Brixton cafe owner has lost his High Court fight to be recognised as the creator of the recipe for a sauce made famous by a Dragons’ Den contestant.
Anthony Bailey claimed Levi Roots, the singer who made Reggae Reggae Jerk/BBQ Sauce a success, had derived the sauce from his “unique and secret recipe”.
However, Judge Mark Pelling QC dismissed Mr Bailey’s claims for breach of contract and breach of confidence.
The judge questioned whether the recipe was “ever secret”. Continue Reading…
Lawyers said they estimated the legal battle had cost more than £1m in total and the judge said Mr Roots was entitled to have his costs paid.
*Looks over at Tony Bailey*