Emilia Clarke’s audition for the 2013 period drama ‘Belle’, for the role of Elizabeth, ended up going to another actress.
Browsing: Audition Tapes
Rory McCann’s audition for the role already demonstrate that he had his forceful character down pretty much from Day One.
Watch a video of Roberts auditioning in the mid-1980s opposite actor Alan Boyce
While Fisher is speaking material largely cut from the film, she still has the commanding presence that made Leia such an iconic character.
Even from the early footage one can see the excitement and enthusiasm that Holland brings to the role.
What’s interesting is it shows Downey playing the character with less humor than his on-screen performance
This was Balfe’s final screen test, while co-star Sam Heaughan had already been cast as Jamie.
The video features clips of Tran’s audition and includes clips of director Rian Johnson explaining what he was looking for in casting Rose
Ridely was asked to perform one of the movie’s most intense scenes — the torture scene with Kylo Ren — during her audition.
Check out the audition that grabbed the attention of the Lost creators above!
Holloway’s audition demonstrates the charm that worked so well for the character.
The audition clip shows why Fox won over Abrams.
Just check out the intensity in her face as she goes toe-to-toe with Hugh Jackman.
“On Game of Thrones, [Drogo] doesn’t say much. So how do you convey him? There’s nothing in the script.” – Jason Momoa
Here’s Neve Campbell’s screen test from one of her most famous roles.
Yesterday, seventeen years ago, the short-lived but acclaimed television series Freaks and Geeks aired its first of only 18 episodes
In this audition clip, an extremely young-looking Hamill is a little soft-spoken as he auditions opposite Harrison Ford.
Lilly’s confidence in her performance is a clear highlight here, and the performance by the relatively unknown actress won over producers
Check out Beyonce’s audition and screen test for ‘Dreamgirls’.
Gleeson can change in and out of character is startling. First he’s asked to say a line as a typical teenager, and then he’s asked to repeat it as a villain.