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Kick Lannigan TV show "looking for men"

More opportunities to be an extra in the Kick Lannigan TV show (AKA: Gone), based on my book, ONE KICK. They are filming 12 episodes in the Pittsburgh area, from now through September.

Side note: I assume the casting agents are looking for "a bunch of men" to play FBI/COPS because they have already cast "a bunch of women" FBI/COPS.  *knocks head against desk*    

 

Anyway, here's this - copying below:

Hi Everyone! GONE TV SERIES LOOKING FOR MEN!! 

We are going to start booking the next block of GONE next week! 

We are going to need a bunch of men to portray FBI/COPS ages late 20's - early 50's from now to September!( If you came to the casting call, we definitely will be contacting you soon!) 

IF AND ONLY IF, YOU DID NOT ATTEND OUR OPEN CASTING CALL AND STILL WOULD LIKE TO BE CONSIDERED FOR ANYTHING, PLEASE EMAIL THE FOLLOWING BELOW! 

Here is what we are after for FBI/COP Types for men! 
All ethnicities 
Late 20's- early 50's
Looking for men in good physical shape! 

Please email TVEXTRASUBMISSIONS@GMAIL.COM 

Please include Name, Age, Height, Weight, Wardrobe Sizes, Current Photo and Availability now through September! 

Look forward to hearing from you!

FX is developing Heartsick for TV

Start making room on your DVRs -- FX is developing Heartsick for television.  I am over the moon about this.  FX makes some awesome TV.  Justified.  American Horror Story.  Sons of Anarchy.  These people clearly buy fake blood in bulk and know how to use it.  The plan is for Heartsick to be season one, season two would be Sweetheart, etc.  They would be short seasons, like 13 episodes.  Mikko Alanne is adapting.  He's terrific.  Trust me, he knows the characters as well as I do, and he's a true fan of the books.  So I'm thrilled!  We'll see if it gets carried all the way to fruition.  They still have to make the pilot, and then pick up the pilot.  (Details!) But it's a great team and I think they're going to pull it off.  You know, there have been various movie deals for the property over the years, non of which have made it past script development.  But I've always thought it would make a better TV show because it allows more (and slower) development of characters and plot.  Plus, it would give me an excuse to watch more TV, so there's that.  Will I be able to write off my cable bill now?         

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