Have you ever dreamed of starring opposite Hugh Jackman on the silver screen? Well, DreamWorks Studios is giving you the opportunity to do just that -- that is, if you're a teenage boy.

If you think your son or nephew is the next Edward Furlong, bring him out to an open casting call taking place Sunday, Feb. 14 in Chicago or Saturday, Feb. 20 in New York.

In the upcoming 'Real Steel' directed by Shawn Levy ('Night at the Museum'), Jackman will play a former boxer who, with the help of his son, trains a robot to compete in the world championship of robot boxing. But this ain't 'Short Circuit.' The Real Steel robots weight 2,000 pounds and look like humans. Have you ever dreamed of starring opposite Hugh Jackman on the silver screen? Well, DreamWorks Studios is giving you the opportunity to do just that -- that is, if you're a teenage boy.

If you think your son or nephew is the next Edward Furlong, bring him out to an open casting call taking place Sunday, Feb. 14 in Chicago or Saturday, Feb. 20 in New York.

In the upcoming 'Real Steel' directed by Shawn Levy ('Night at the Museum'), Jackman will play a former boxer who, with the help of his son, trains a robot to compete in the world championship of robot boxing. But this ain't 'Short Circuit.' The Real Steel robots weight 2,000 pounds and look like humans.

The role being cast Jackman's 11 year-old son Max, who's described as "a street-smart, tough charming kid with a hard, untrusting outer shell which hides a warm, enthusiastic spirit underneath. He is a complicated, strong-willed and resourceful boy."

No previous acting experience is required (though if you still have your Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots, a game or two in preparation probably couldn't hurt).

Those who can't audition in person can send a videotape. You'll find complete instructions for submitting tapes, as well as on the audition locations and times at realsteelcasting.com.

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