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“These screen-test stars also became subjects for Malanga's evolving poetry -- by now a far cry from either Auden's or Maas's and more like the surreal love lyrics of fellow Factory poet Piero Heliczer.”
“I have never quite understood how I talked her into letting me enter the Beverly Hills Miss Easter Bunny pageant when I was 8 -- one of the prizes was a screen-test -- but I did.”
“The blog commenters were quick to pounce: "You're a dumb-blonde, airhead READER who can't ad-lib during actual NEWS and you fail a screen-test," one screamed.”
“We're such geniuses, we said, "Let's screen-test her!”
“Before they were able to reach a decision about the baby, however, Frank received a telegram from his new agent, Burt Allenberg, of the William Morris Agency, telling him that Cohn had agreed to screen-test him for From Here to Eternity.”
“Cohn telephoned Sinatra and said he might screen-test him for the role, and if he decided to do so, he'd be back in touch.”
“As for coping with the loss, he's been watching footage from the early films and his first screen-test with Radcliffe and Watson: "There's this weird detachment, it feels like a different person.”
“Originally thinking he had the part in the can, Reynolds was surprised to learn that the studio expected him to screen-test and audition, unsure as to whether he was the ideal actor for the role.”
“Word is, she did it to screen-test and audition for the part of Lisbeth Salander in the upcoming flick based on The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.”
“The finalists will have to screen-test with the current cast.”
Looking for tweets for screen-test.