Have you ever fancied being “discovered?” We have all heard the stories of now-famous movie stars getting their starts in unlikely ways. Why not give yourself an “extra” boost by bidding to become an extra in a movie? After all, as the IMDB notes, Samuel L. Jackson was a camera stand-in for Bill Cosby on “The Cosby Show” in 1984 and had a small role in Goodfellas before becoming a superstar in Pulp Fiction.
The winning combination of talent, luck, but most of all opportunity, can help you get you discovered.
So if you think the visibility of a walk-on role will help influence the “luck” and “opportunity” parts of the equation, then you may want to bid on this chance to Be an Extra for 1 Day on Columbia Pictures’ film “Annie”:
There are some pretty strict rules surrounding this auction, so you’ll want to read the listing carefully. Here are the highlights of the auction:
“Spend the day on the set of Columbia Pictures’ film “Annie” filming now in the New York City area. You’ll be part of the movie magic, meet members of the cast and crew, and experience a day you’ll never forget!”
One of the nice things about this auction is that it supports a great cause, the Alzheimer’s Association, through Hilarity for Charity. Hilarity for Charity is the brainchild of Seth Rogen and Lauren Miller, who wanted an “awesome, one-of-a-kind, and most importantly, hilarious event to raise money and awareness for Alzheimer’s among a younger generation.” In fact, there are several other auctions by Hilarity for Charity including:
- 2 VIP Tickets to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon in NYC
- “Observe & Report” Seth Rogen AUTOGRAPHED DVD
- Signed Forgetting Sarah Marshall Double-Sided Poster