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Casting Call - Harry Potter: Goblet of Fire

Ok, so we know all you peeps out there have been dying for your chance to be in one of the Harry Potter box-office hits. It's been a long wait for the filming of the fourth Harry Potter movie, Goblet of Fire, to begin. But, have no fear. Kidzworld has the scoop on when filming begins and how you could be a part of the Goblet of Fire cast!

Harry Potter: Goblet of Fire - Casting Requirements

Now remember, the folks at Warner Bros. aren't looking for peeps to play any of the big roles, as those have pretty much been determined in the previous movies. What they are looking for are extras for the Goblet of Fire. Think that sounds appealing? Well, then draft up your resume, pick your fave photo for your head shot and fire it off to the casting office. Make sure that somewhere in your resume package it is clearly stated that this is an application for Goblet of Fire and not The Prisoner of Azkaban - that movie has already been cast and is filming.

Harry Potter: Goblet of Fire - Send in Your Queries!

The casting office handling the Harry Potter: Goblet of Fire casting queries is now accepting applications! They've been very busy with the Prisoner of Azkaban production and haven't had time to look at any packages before January 2004. But, it's a new year and they're ready to see what you've got. So hurry and send them in before it's too late!

Harry Potter: Goblet of Fire - Where to Send Your Queries

Now that January 2004 has arrived, you can send your casting queries to:

Casting Office
Leavesden Studios
PO Box 322
Watford, Hertfordshire
England
WD25 7XJ

  • Not everyone is going to get a reply, so don't be too disappointed if you don't hear back from the peeps at Leavesden Studios. You are more likely to receive some sort of response, though, if you send your own, self-addressed envelope for them to send the reply with!

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