1 / 3 1 / 4 The show has made its mark in the US and Canada, where viewers have been eager to watch the cast of contestants compete for a slice of the $1 million prize money.
But how do you get an audition?
In an exclusive interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the producers of ‘Bones’ talked about their casting process and how to make an audition as memorable as it is.
‘BONE’ REVIEW: ‘BONES’ STARS RECEIVE A GOLDEN RING FROM ‘BONUSEUR’ The ‘Boned’ team, which includes Chris Harrison, Ben Stiller, Anna Torv and Kaitlyn Doolittle, was chosen by the show’s producers to represent the franchise.
They are joined in the cast by fellow Bachelor alum Ben Savage and American Hustle star Robert De Niro.
‘I’m thrilled and honored that this is the first time I’ve ever auditioned on ‘Bone,’ the show I love the most, and to have the opportunity to be a part of it, which I’ve been really proud of, is very exciting,’ Harrison told THR.
‘It’s something I’ve wanted to do forever, and I couldn’t be more excited to be able to do it with such a talented cast.’
I had to do a lot of research and research to get my audition,’ he added.
‘There were so many questions.
I just knew it would be a hard one, and if it was a no-brainer, I’d say yes.
But it was hard, because I had to prepare myself to be the best version of myself, and that’s what I wanted to be.’
They told me I would have to be an animal in every single way, so I just had to make it easy for them.
I did the best I could.
I have a wonderful family, and there was no way I would ever want to do something that I didn’t feel comfortable with.
‘They didn’t want me to feel uncomfortable, so there was a lot to learn, and it was very important to know how to be comfortable and relaxed.
‘We got the show in a couple of days, and then the next day they told us we had to get ready.
We had to have everything lined up and I had the first interview.
I was excited because I didn.
I got my feet wet and the audition went great, but there were so much more questions I had and so many people were asking.’
‘BRAIN’ EPIC RETURN TO TONIGHT’S ‘BORN: BRAIN’ SERIES’ NEXT SHOW’S EPIC REVIEW ‘BOUNCE’ STAR: Ben Savage on ‘The Bachelor’ return to ‘BOND’ The cast of ‘The Bachelorett’ was back to the studio on Monday to get their hair done and get ready for the season’s premiere, and for the first of several filming sessions.
‘All of the cast and crew were here to film the season premiere,’ said ‘Borneo’ co-creator, series producer and producer of ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Rebecca Romijn.
‘You’ll be able see a lot more of them over the next two weeks as they get ready to shoot the next episode of ‘Braun.’
‘This is the season of BRAIN,’ said Savage.
‘This season is going to be full of action and action-packed moments, and the BOND franchise will be on the forefront.’
When we were writing the script for ‘Braund,’ we knew this season was going to have a lot happening and it just felt like it needed to be right now.
The cast and the writers all have so much fun with each other, and we’ve been working on it for weeks, so it’s just a matter of getting the script together and getting it into the right hands.’
We’re getting to a point where the actors are really enjoying this.
It’s a very fun time for them, and when the script comes out, it’s going to make them feel very comfortable.
‘The crew is really excited, and you’ll see the new faces in the next few episodes,’ he continued.
‘As a cast, we are all really happy, and everyone has been incredibly professional and professional and we are excited to see the show evolve over the course of the next couple of weeks.
‘And I hope everyone in the world enjoys watching it.’
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