Extras needed for upcoming Adam Sandler movie in Fort Lauderdale

PALMA DE MALLORCA, SPAIN - JULY 29: Actor Adam Sandler attends 'Grown Ups' photocall at Maricel Hotel on July 29, 2010 in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. (Photo by Carlos Alvarez/Getty Images)

Have you always dreamed of being in a film with Adam Sandler, Katie Holmes and Al Pacino? Well here is your chance! Sande Alessi Casting will be holding an open casting call for extras for the movie “Jack & Jill”, which is currently filming in Los Angeles, but is expected to start filming in Fort Lauderdale during the second week of November.

The Los Angeles company, which has cast Pirates of the Caribbean, The Social Network and other films, is looking for males and females of all ages and ethnicities; singles, couples and real families including children of all ages.

Here are all the details for the open casting call:

Saturday, October 23, 2010 from 11:00am to 3:00pm
Sunday, October 24, 2010 from 9:00am to 12:00pm

Keiser University – Lobby
1500 Northwest 49th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309

Extras will receive $100 for 10 hours, please bring a current 3- by 5-inch color snapshot (photo does not need to be professional). Dress in upscale casual cruise wear. No experience needed.

For more information, visit www.SandeAlessiCasting.com

In “Jack and Jill”, Adam Sandler plays twins who are very different, for starters, one’s a woman and one’s a man. Here’s how he described the movie’s plot, “The man version of me is doing okay, he has a family out in L.A.; the twin-sister-version of me lives out in the Bronx and comes out to L.A. for Thanksgiving and then refuses to leave and is spoiling the man version of [me’s] family life a little bit.”

The movie is expected in theaters next year.


  1. Since 1989, The Palm Beach County Film & Television Commission has served as a production hub for all location and production information in Palm Beach County, Florida. Palm Beach County offers an all-inclusive invitation to film in a world-class destination that features a film-friendly community, year-round warm weather, diverse locations and free production space. Take advantage of uncharted hot spots, ambitious crews and a Film Commission that will go the distance to guarantee your satisfaction. For information on filming permits, locations and film production companies you can visit http://www.pbfilm.com or call 1-800-745.FILM.

  2. i actually went to the casting back in 2010 bc i live about 10 min away and i always wanted to b in a movie and experience what it was like to b on set with actors and cameras and everything … i didnt get called but at least i went and tryed most ppl prob did it for the money but i did it bc i love filming and one day i want to work in the film industry


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