Game of Thrones is exactly a month away from releasing season 7. Fans have already been hyped by the teaser trailer and photos to expect a war on all fronts and a battle to survive winter.
As the end of the great series is near, HBO has decided to make focus group of its audience. According to backstage, an open casting call will be held on 16th July.
Elevator Casting is conducting the casting call and has revealed that their looking out for Game of Thrones fans interested in sharing their love for the series and should be open to expressing them. Viewers across the U.S. can apply to be a part of it.
Selected individuals would just have to record via Skype. There is no requirement for travel. Furthermore, in return, a payment of $647 will be made for being part of the on-camera focus group.
Participants interested in applying can send their personal details and information to firstname.lastname@example.org at the earliest, be aware that casting takes place on July 16th.
- Phone number and email address
- A brief intro about you, including what you love about “Game of Thrones,” as well as your favorite characters and why
- Two–three recent photographs of yourself in which your face is clearly visible (via: Backstage)
Game of Thrones season 7 contains a total 7 episodes instead of 10. Although the season is shorter, the runtime is much larger than fans may have anticipated.
Watchers On the Wall have shared the details from HBO.com. Every episode exceeds the 40 minutes marks and has an hours runtime. Furthermore, fans can expect more action in the final two episodes according to the list below.
- Episode 1:59 minutes.
- Episode 2:59 minutes.
- Episode 3:63 minutes.
- Episode 4:50 minutes.
- Episode 5:59 minutes.
- Episode 6:71 minutes.
- Episode 7:81 minutes.
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