Help A Craigslister Land Some A-List Talent, Earn Yourself $25,000

Even if you're not plugged in enough to reach the A-list talent you'd love to attach to your passion project, Craigslist's virtual casting office always offers hope to those who aren't afraid to dream big: after all, you never know when a well-connected agent, manager, or producer will accidentally stumble across your ad while searching for someone to grant their own seemingly crazy wishes. And if you have tens of thousands of dollars to help motivate your potential middlemen to lend a hand, all the better:

*** $25,000.00 commission *** I am doing a 90 minute motivational DVD I need someone to bring one of the names below to participate for a day to read a 3 page speech in front of the camera, pay to the actor is $30,000.00 and your commission is $25,000.00 cash.
the shoot needs to take place before NOV 9th.http://www.musicplus.com/ Karim Karim movies [address redacted] Malibu,ca.90265 [phone number redacted]

Adam Sandler
Denzel Washington
Leonardo DiCaprio
Brad Pitt
George Clooney
Ben Affleck
Will Smith
Robert DiNero
Kate Winslet
Jim Carey
Steve Carell
Clive Owen
Felicity Huffman
Cameron Diaz
Drew Barrymore
Kiera Knightly
Ellen DeGenergous
Rachael McAdams
Naomi Watts
Angelina Jolie
Mischa Barton
Ashley Olsen
Mary Kate Olsen
Bruce Willis
Diane Keaton
Paul Walker
Mark Wahlberg
Ashton Kutcher
Penelope Cruz
Jane Fonda
Meryl Streep
Ryan Gosling
Shia LeBouf
Reese Witherspoon
Eva Mendes
Charlize Theron
Jennifer Aniston
Heidi Klum
Kate Bosworth
Lucy Lui
Mathew McConaughey
Sandra Bullock
Morgan Freeman
Tom Hanks
Christian Bale
Jennifer Garner
Russel Crow
Mel Gibson
Whoopi Golberg
Ben Foster
Jeremy Pivon
Diane Lane
Kevin Spacey
Harrison Ford
Hilary Swank
Jessica Biel
jessica Alba

* Location: Hollywood
* Compensation: $25,000.00 Cash
* Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
* Please, no phone calls about this job!
* Please do not contact job poster about other services, products or commercial interests.

A quick background check seems to reveal that the poster's pitch might be slightly less shady than it sounds; at least there's a website and some sample work to reference. [Ed.note—It's a trap!] And, truth be told, there are enough names on that wishlist who probably wouldn't turn up their nose at the prospect of an easy paycheck—we're looking at you, Jeremy Pivon and Robert DiNero—that they might be able to generate enough competition to haggle the talent down from that original offer.