Casting Calls Begin for Bruce Willis Film

Casting Calls Begin for Bruce Willis Film

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MOBILE, Ala. -

With Bruce Willis coming to town to film his newest movie, "The Prince" hundreds of local actors and actresses are thrilled at the opportunity to audition for a role.

Over 500 people in the Mobile area applied to audition for roles such as a bartender, a bouncer, and a hotel clerk. Monday, those who were called back made their way to the Mobile library downtown for their shot at their big break.

Auditioning for a movie role isn't easy. Some of the people at Monday's auditions received their scripts less than 24 hours before their call time, and competition continues to stiffen in the Port City.

"Every year it's growing. It's becoming more competitive. There's a lot of talent here locally," says Marcus Richardson who auditioned Monday.

Movie directors will look at all of the audition tapes before they make their decision.

Filming will begin after Thanksgiving.

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