Entonces siempre hacía de alguna manera castings, lo que hoy llamamos castings.
So somehow he always used to do castings, what we call today castings.
Captions 25-26, Biografía - Natalia OreiroPlay Caption
In this chapter of the life of actress Natalie Oreiro, the English word "casting" or plural "castings" is heard not once, but four times. (Note that casting's "i" follows its Spanish pronunciation rules and is pronounced like a long "e" in English, kind of like "casteeng.") In our Spanish-to-Spanish dictionary, casting (noun) is defined as "selección de personas para actuar en una película, un anuncio publicitario, etc." In other words, it's similar to its Hollywood meaning.
"Casting" is but one of the many English words creeping into Spanish dictionaries these days. In Natalie's native Uruguay, one may go to el shopping (the shopping center, or, mall) to buy un smoking (a smoking jacket) to wear for el casting (the casting call). In each of these cases, the "-ing" word is considered a masculine noun in Spanish, even if it's English equivalent started as an adjective modifying another noun.
Porque esos terrenos los vamos a conseguir, y vamos a hacer el shopping ahí.
Because those plots of land, we're going to get them and we're going to build the mall there.
Captions 8-9, Muñeca Brava - 2 VenganzaPlay Caption