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Hey gals, tired of your boring job? James Cameron wants you!


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  • Hey gals, tired of your boring job? James Cameron wants you!

    FEMALE LEAD: 16-mid 20s. Any ethnicity, including Caucasian. She moves and behaves with confidence and a sense of nobility. Lithe as a cat. Athletic and agile. She is a warrior. Graceful movement and an ear for languages and dialects are essential.
    Then download and fill out an application.
    Must have Adobe Acrobat 7.0 to read.

    Please include two (2) recent snapshots or Polaroids [one close up/one full body shot]
    Also include the following information on the back of each photo:
    Mail completed applications and photos to:
    Mali Finn Casting
    8284 Santa Monica Blvd.
    W. Hollywood, CA 90046
    Attn: Untitled Project
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    Re: Hey gals, tired of your boring job? James Cameron wants you!

    Oooooohhh! But I'm too old.


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      Re: Hey gals, tired of your boring job? James Cameron wants you!

      You're never to old to get screamed at by James Cameron!

      Dec. 07, 2005

      Cameron ready for 'Battle'

      By Sheigh Crabtree and Tatiana Siegel
      James Cameron is moving forward on his next helming project, the sci-fi thriller "Battle Angel" for 20th Century Fox. The film marks the director's long-anticipated follow-up to "Titanic," which Fox co-financed with Paramount Pictures.

      Fox declined comment and would not confirm that the project has been greenlighted, but Mali Finn Casting has placed an open casting call online for the lead actress in the new Cameron film.

      The ad calls for female applicants age 16 to mid-20s who are athletic and agile with graceful movement and have an ear for languages and dialects. Submissions are due Dec. 19, the firm said.

      "Battle Angel" is described as a big-budget adaptation of a 12-part Japanese manga series set in the 26th century that centers on 14-year-old female cyborg named Alita.

      Fox's Emma Watts will shepherd the project for the studio, with production scheduled to begin in February.

      Cameron has said publicly that he is planning to direct two movies back to back using a virtual-reality production process he refined and developed with visual effects cameraman and second unit director Rob Legato. The process is based on a photo-real version of the performance-capture technology used by Robert Zemeckis in "The Polar Express."

      "Battle Angel" is the first project to employ the process and is set to come out in summer 2007. The second -- known in Cameron circles as "Project 880" -- is slated for 2009, the director has said.

      Early last month, Fox executives visited a Los Angeles stage set up by Cameron's company, Lightstorm Entertainment, to view his proof-of-concept. They reviewed the director's latest digital-production process that includes 3-D high-definition digital-camera systems in a virtual production studio, allowing Cameron to make camera choices, edit, work with CG objects and direct actors on a stage within a virtual environment.

      The frame-by-frame production setup allows Cameron to envision the entire film digitally before he shoots actors in live-action, performance-capture material.

      Cameron demonstrated a real-world test of the technique on the stage to show the infinite digital production possibilities the system enables. The director had worked to debug and refine the system since early spring to get it to finished quality before demonstrating it to studio execs.
      "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006


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