Daniel Radcliffe‘s new movie Beasts of Burden is now casting extras for a warehouse scene in Savannah, Georgia.
Daniel Radcliffe’s new movie Beast of Burden is now casting actors, models, and talent in Savannah, Georgia. Casting directors are looking for real military, real firefighters, and real paramedics to work on the movie. In addition, producers are looking for Hispanic men and women for a warehouse scene.
About Beasts of Burden:
Daniel Radcliffe will star in indie Beast of Burden, playing a drug-smuggling pilot. Swedish filmmaker Jesper Ganslandt will make his English-language debut with the action-thriller. With a script by Adam Hoelzel, Beast of Burden centers on a pilot (Radcliffe) running drugs across the boarder who must navigate the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Cartel and others over the course of a day.
To audition for a role on Beasts of Burden, check out the casting call details below.
Beasts of Burden Casting Call
For BEAST OF BURDEN (Starring Daniel Radcliffe):
–Hispanic men and women for a warehouse scene (Subject: WAREHOUSE)
–REAL MILITARY, REAL FIREFIGHTERS, REAL PARAMEDICS. (Subject: REAL (Whateveryouare) (REAL, meaning like, you have been there and done that… not that you played it once on VAMPIRE DIARIES…)
Rate is $64/8. We don’t have a schedule on this just yet, but the film wraps before Christmas.
Email: [email protected]
1) When submitting photos, I must see your entire face. Clearly. No hats. No sunglasses. Not blurry. Not you in a group photo. Your face. No stupid Snapchat filters!!!! (Come on, people…)
2) You MUST list the subject to which you are submitting.
3) Please be sure you list the city you live in. If you don’t, I delete the photo.
MUST BE WILLING TO WORK AS A LOCAL IN SAVANNAH, GA.
To apply, please email three recent photographs with the following information and:
3) Phone Numbers
4) City You Currently Live In
5) ALL CLOTHES SIZES including measurements and dress size (ladies) and coat, pants, and shirt measurements (men)
If you are not local and/or do not fit the description, do not apply