*** Note about Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam ***
Casting is complete on Camp Rock 2, and the extras are only being hired in Canada near the filming locations. You must have a legal right to work in Canada in order to be considered. I was forced to remove the extras casting details because people were not following the rules stated. I specifcally wrote that they are ONLY hiring LOCAL Toronto people as extras, yet the casting agency was inundated with emails from people all over the world. As I always state clearly, follow the casting instructions exactly, or future information may not be posted.
Filming is being done under the working title “Coin Flip”. Since this particular call is an UNPAID gig, you do NOT have to live in Canada to be considered.
If you are unable to load the page, keep checking back. The site may be experiencing heavy traffic because Demi Lovato posted the link on her twitter page, which has a million followers.
Though the title seems to suggest this will be the last “Camp Rock” installment, a spokeswoman for Disney said no such decision has been made. I assume this decision will be made based on the success of Camp Rock 2.
See the post titled Headshot and Resume Information regarding how to submit for acting roles.
No phone calls or personal drop-offs .
Principal Actor Casting (Canada):
CASTING HAS BEEN COMPLETED
Stephanie Gorin Casting
62 Ellerbeck Street Lower Level
Toronto, ON M4K 2V1
Click Here regarding employment as an extra in Canada.
Please read the Background Acting Guidelines before working as an extra.
Do NOT send photos and resumes to the production companies (they will most likely end up in the trash can), they do not cast the films. They hire casting directors who sort through the thousands of submissions.
Alan Sacks Productions
11684 Ventura Boulevard
Studio City CA 91604
In association with
3800 W. Alameda Ave
Burbank CA 91521
Producers: Alan Sacks, Kevin Lafferty
Director: Paul Hoen
Writers: Dan Berendsen, Karin Gist, and Regina Hicks
Choreographer – Rosero McCoy
Sudbury, ON Canada
Meaghan Jette Martin
Matthew “Mdot” Finley
The plot that borrows from Shakespeare has the characters returning to their beloved Camp Rock, only to discover that some of the students and instructors have ditched it for nearby rival Camp Star. The “Romeo and Juliet” moment comes when Camp Rock’s Nate (Nick Jonas) falls for Dana (Bridges), the daughter of Camp Star’s owner.