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Published on July 8th, 2010 | by Patrick Riley

Be In A Movie With David Tennant!

Preparations are quickly being made for Fright Night, an upcoming American film featuring our beloved tenth Doctor, David Tennant, which is scheduled to commence production later this month.  It is to be shot in Albuquerque, New Mexico, even though the story is set in Las Vegas, Nevada.

A news blog associated with David Tennant’s website has reported that On Location Casting, the company responsible for finding people to be in the movie, is looking for a few younger people to linger in the background:

On Location Casting is now accepting applications for extras.

“They are looking for some specific types too, including 18+ year olds to look like younger high school students, 16 to 17 year olds, various high school clique types: nerds, jocks, cheerleaders, Asians, stoners, etc., teacher types with professional attire, parents of high school students, Las Vegas Showgirls, poker players, vampire types, and more.

“If you’re in the area, fill out an application here. On Location adds the one night of filming will be taking place in Los Angeles at: 1335 Willow St.”

From regular students, to teachers, to showgirls and vampires?  Interesting line-up indeed; this sounds like Fright Night is going to be quite the movie!

At any rate, it sounds like they’re looking for a broad range of people; so if you’re in the southwestern region of the United States, don’t hesitate!  You could be in a film with David Tennant!  What are you waiting for?

Speaking of David, remember how we recently told you about that other movie he’s going to be in?  The Decoy Bride?  Well, filming has been in progress there on the Isle of Man for a couple of weeks now, and just look at this costume!

Have you sent out those birthday invitations for me yet?  I do need a clown at my party.

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Patrick is a temporal hitchhiker who spends most of his time in the future. His favourite Doctor is the Fourteenth. If you're especially lucky, you might even hear him tweet to all you merry folk in the past @10PatrickRiley.




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