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'50 Shades Of Grey' Casting Extras, Stand Ins In Vancouver

Fancy yourself as Christian Grey? Or Anastasia Steele, perhaps? Or perhaps you just see yourself in that whole "50 Shades Of Grey" milieu.

Well, if you have some time on your hands between Dec. 2 and Feb. 24, 2014, then you might just be in luck, as the movie production of E.L. James' steamy bestseller has a call out for stand ins and extras to work on the upcoming shoot in Vancouver.

Casting director Andrea Brown ("The Twilight Saga," "Rise of the Planet of the Apes,") is looking for fully paid general extras and featured background actors, as well as stand-ins for the lead role actors.

The production has been delayed until December following the need to recast the role of Grey, after Charlie Hunnan pulled out, now replaced by Jamie Dornan.

Those interested should be sure they can commit to the following:

• When you’re booked to work for a day, you must keep that entire day and night clear of any other obligations. Productions often shoot 12 to 16 hours a day and you must be available for as long as you’re required. Do not accept a booking unless you’re absolutely sure that you can commit for the entire day and in to the night.

• If you’re booked on a full night shoot you must be prepared to work all through the night and finish during the morning hours.

• At the time you’re booked you will be given your preliminary location and wardrobe information.

• All types and ages of any ethnicity is welcome to register.

• You must be legally entitled to work in Canada.

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