Casting Call for Chemistry Movies!

April 5th, 2012

ChemBark Enterprises is pleased to announce the formation of ChemBark Productions in association with ChemBark Studios! We are moving swiftly and have almost raised sufficient capital to purchase a used camcorder from the local Salvation Army. In order to keep our ambitious schedule, we are now looking for actors and actresses to star in the following projects:


1. The Wizard of Osmium

2. Raging Bullvalene

3. E.T.: The Electron Transfer

4. Yield of Dreams

5. Lawrencium of Arabia

6. Amine Girls

7. Along Came Polymerization

8. The King’s Sp2eech

9. The Cation in the Hat

10. Texas Carbon Massacre

11. Dukes of Hazzardous Waste

12. American Pi Bond

13. Remember the Titanium

14. Saving Private Glassware

15. Citizen Alkane


Interested parties should send me a headshot by e-mail. Thanks.

13 Responses to “Casting Call for Chemistry Movies!”

  1. raquel Says:

    Aaaahrrgl!!!! Sp square??!!

  2. Paul Says:

    The main character in that movie will be tortured and killed.

  3. Mrs._Beakley Says:

    (47 times. Once for each project.)

    Pi Star Wars

    Periodic Table of the Fifth Element

  4. Chemjobber Says:

    Pirates of the Carbenes

    Even though it’s the wrong field, the Jack Sparrow character should be played by Barry Sharpless.

  5. I'll let myself out... Says:

    Will “Along Came Polymerization” have similarities to “Human Centipede”?

  6. Nick Says:


    Salt Bridge on the River Kwai

    Total Reflux

    Night of the Living DEAD

  7. Paul Says:

    OK, so apparently this idea made the rounds on Twitter under the hashtag #ChemistryTheMovie, and not so long ago:

    Biggest summary here.

    Another here. (Warning: This site is spammy)

  8. Curious Wavefunction Says:

    When Harry met Salicylate
    An Americium in Paris
    MacMillan’s Gold
    The English Patent

  9. LOL Says:

    LOL! (couldn’t say more)

  10. LOL Says:

    Clash of the Titanium
    Harry Potassium
    Super Manganese
    Atom Raider
    The Fermium
    Under the Seaborgium
    The Gold Must Be Crazy
    Road to Helium
    An Americium in Paris
    Knights of the Periodic Table of Elements

  11. qvxb Says:

    Little Cesium (Last line; “Is this the end of RCRA?)
    Flowers of Sulfur in the Attic
    Mass to Charge Appeal

  12. Chemjobber Says:

    @qvxb: clever!

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