by crossriverwatch admin
Hyper Creative Studio, HCS, the leisure company involved in the production of the movie titled ‘Mary is Mine’ has taken to the streets of Calabar in a desperate man hunt for its lead role character ‘Mary’.
The Producer of the movie and Creative Director of HCS, Idorenyin Ekpa said they have failed to get any actress to play the lead role ‘Mary’ despite successive auditions the company conducted and has therefore resorted to take to the streets to meet the movie goal.
He said although he was amazed at the huge turn out and performance by artist last week at the just concluded auditions held at Yum Yem, Calabar, to decide its characters for the movie his company is still working hard to get its desired character specification for Mary.
The character specification, he said includes a girl that has beautiful shapes as a model with a high taste of humor mixed with ego.
Idorenyin Ekpa disclosed that shooting for the movie is scheduled to commence after the company concludes its routine holiday camp this August.
The company’s holiday camp this time is scheduled to hold in two Cross River Tourist locations, the Cross River National Park and Kwa Falls at Akamkpa local government area this month.
The company’s casting director, Kayode Peter, also disclosed that the cast list was to be made ready immediately after the character ‘Mary’ is found.
‘Mary is Mine’ will mark the first time HCS will be taking a break from its usual routine holiday camp organization to produce a film.
Mary is Mine is a highly comic story evolving around two mechanics claiming possession of Mary.
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