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The answer will have to be "it depends". It's got to depend on the director, the casting director, possible changes to the script, etc. An interesting case regarding script changes: One draft of the script for Close Encounters of the Third Kind included a topless scene with Teri Garr. However, that scene was never shot, and the actress never had to appear ...


Yes. They do. If the actor/actress has done such prior roles, they mightn't as they know what to expect from them. They evaluate the actors as per the script in advance to ensure everything pans out as per their expectations. To ensure, they do evaluate. As drug sales are illegal in the US doesn't mean no one sells the drugs illegally in the US. The US is ...

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