Mark Wahlberg's 'Deepwater Horizon' Casting Call for New Talent in New Orleans, Louisiana.The highly anticipated feature film,Deepwater Horizon, is now looking for extras to work on scenes in the next couple of months. According to /Film, Deepwater Horizon is based on the New York Times article by David Barstow, David Rohde, and Stephanie Saul. The article examines how the explosion on a Gulf of Mexico oil rig in 2010 killed 11 people, injured 17 more, and spilled oil into the gulf for months. According to reports, Liam Neeson and Michael Keaton are being sought to co-star along side Mark Wahlberg in the upcoming feature film, Deepwater Horizon. Casting directors are looking for men and women to work on a scene filming on Monday, July 27th or Tuesday, July 28th about 70 to 100 miles south of New Orleans, Louisiana. To audition for a role on 'Deepwater Horizon', check out the casting call details below:
'Deepwater Horizon' Casting Call*** The Long Night -Filming in the New Orleans area***Wednesday 7/29*** FRESH FACES ONLY, men and women, all ethnicities, ages 20's-50's to be rush called tonight 7/28 or tomorrow morning to work Wed. 7/29 If you are available and would like to be called if a spot opens up, please send name, phone number & current photo to: [email protected] and put RUSH in the subject line.
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