Kevin Hart's 'The Untouchables' Casting Call for Upscale Types

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Kevin Hart's new movie Untouchables is now casting upscale types for an upcoming scene filming in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Producers are looking for men and women ages 20 to 65 years old to work on a scene filming on Thursday, February 9th.

About Kevin Hart’s new movie The Untouchables:

Bryan Cranston and Kevin Hart are possibly two actors that you would never assume would work together, which is probably a good thing as the two actors will be working on the upcoming remake of the international French-language movie The Intouchables. 

The original movie starred Francois Cluzet and Omar Sy and told of the unlikely friendship that develops between a white quadriplegic millionaire and his black caregiver. The movie was made in 2011 for about $12 million and earned close to $430 million worldwide.

To audition for a role in Kevin Hart’s new movie, check out the casting call details below.

The Untouchables Casting Call

Heery Loftus Casting is looking for UPSCALE people for a special scene in our current feature film. Looking for men and women, age 20-65, all ethnicities, both union and non-union. This scene will shoot in PHILADELPHIA on Thursday, February 9, 2017. Please only submit if you can commit to a full day of shooting (10-12 hours) All postions are PAID. Please send a photo and a current photo ASAP: [email protected] Please put "FEB 9" in the subject Line

Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.

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