Producers and Casting directors are now casting football players for an upcoming scene in the feature film 'Pale Blue Dot' starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Garner.
Casting directors posted a casting call for athletes to tryout to join the football team on the new Jason Reitman film --Pale Blue Dot.
They are seeking seniors in high school, ex-college football players, and anyone 18+ that has experience playing football. Talents must have actual football experience, must be a Texas resident, and cannot be currently playing high school football or plan on playing college football.
"The movie focuses on a family with junior high school students and deals with the navigation of sexual awakenings in a digital age where the Internet has made pornography, blogs and social networking just a few clicks away."
Interested? See the casting call details below:
Pale Blue Dot --Seeking Real Football Players for Football Game Scenes--Show up and try out to be a football player in the new Jason Reitman filmPale Blue Dot! STARRING ADAM SANDLER AND JENNIFER GARNER $900 for 3 days of filming-Jan 29-31 $175 for each practice dayMust commit to practice 3-5 days the week before the shoot SEEKING: Current Seniors in High School who are 18+ and not planning on playing football in college Recent ex-college football players Anyone who is 18+ and has experience playing football and fits the requirements below: REQUIREMENTS: Must be 18 or older Must have actual football experience Must be a Texas Resident Can NOT be currently playing high school football Must not be currently playing or planning on playing college football -Tryouts- Sunday, January 12, 2014 2:00-5:00 PM WHERE: East View High School JV Football field 4490 E. University Ave Georgetown, TX 78626 WHAT TO WEAR AND EXPECT: Workout clothes and cleats (grass) Please come dressed and prepared to go. Expect to stay about 30 minutes. Please direct all questions to: [email protected] *DISCLAIMER: You will not be eligible to audition if you are currently playing high school or college football. Or you are a high school player who plans on playing college football in the future, due to state UIL and NCAA eligibility requirements. You can not receive compensation for being in the film for it would effect you eligibility.*
Source: Brock Allen Casting