'Sinister 2' Casting Call for Kids and Teens in Chicago

'Sinister 2' Casting Call for kids and teens in Chicago.

Sinister 2‘ will start filming this Summer and will be the sequel to Scott Derrickson’s Sinister made $77 million on a small budget of only $3 million. Scott Derickson will team up with C. Robert Cargill in the new sequel as Cargill will write the sequel’s screenplay.

In ‘Sinister‘, Ethan Hawke played a crime novelist struggling to find his next big story but discovers a box of home videos showing several families brutally murdered. His investigation leads him to a supernatural entity that may be placing his on family in danger.

Casting directors are searching for girls ages 9 to 15 to cast as featured non-speaking roles on Sinister 2, the horror film. Actors that are selected will work this Friday, August 29th.  To audition for this role check out the casting call below:

'Sinister 2' Casting Call

Casting Local to the Chicagoland area only! No more than a couple hours away. Thanks.

Casting alert! We are still searching for girls ages 9 to 15 to cast as featured non-speaking roles on Sinister 2, the horror film. If you are available to work this Friday, August 29th, and want to audition for this role please send your photograph ASAP with your height, weight, age, and phone number to [email protected] and put "T Family" in the subject line. Searching to create three sisters as part of this family. If you have sisters in this age group even better. Send in!!

If you are not local and/or do not fit the description, do not apply

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