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Warner Bros.’ New Movie ‘Judas and the Black Messiah‘ is Now Hiring Stand-ins


Judas and the Black Messiah‘ is now stand-ins in Cleveland, Ohio.

are now casting actors, models, and talent to work on scenes in Celeveland starting mid-October through mid-December.

Producers are seeking the following types:

  • African American female
    5' 2”
    130-145 lbs.
    Average build
    Age range 18-28

About “Judas and the Black Messiah”:

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PALM SPRINGS – JAN 3: Jordan Peele, at the PSIFF Creative Impact Awards & “10 Directors to Watch” at Parker Palm Springs on January 3, 2018 in Palm Springs, CA – Image (Kathy Hutchins /

The film titled JUDAS & THE BLACK MESSIAH (formerly JESUS WAS MY HOMEBOY) is preparing to shoot in Cleveland this fall.

Daniel Kaluuya and his Get Out co-star  to star in Jesus Was My Homeboy, a production that tells the true story of Fred Hampton, a Black Panther revolutionary, and activist who was assassinated in 1969.

Daniel Kaluuya will play Fred Hampton, an -born honors student who was active in the NAACP, brokered a non-aggression pact between two of 's gangs, coined the phrase “rainbow coalition,” and rose to prominence in the Black Panther Party on both the state and national level. Hampton was assassinated by the FBI and the Chicago Department at age 21 during a raid on his apartment.

Lakeith Stanfield will play William O'Neal, a car thief who had his charges dropped by becoming an FBI informant who worked his way into the Black Panthers, eventually becoming Hampton's bodyguard and turning over a detailed layout of Hampton's apartment to the authorities, which ultimately contributed to Hampton's assassination. This film is said to “look at the and of Hampton through O'Neal's perspective.”

How to apply:

~ Female Stand-In Casting Call For Warner Bros. Feature Film ~

Please read carefully, entirely and follow all directions in order to be submitted.

Angela Boehm Casting is looking for an African American female stand-in for the feature film “Untitled Fred Hampton Project” beginning mid-October through mid-December.

-Film will shoot in Cleveland and the surrounding areas


Must have full availability to be on set every day if needed.

Please match these requirements as closely as possible:
African American female
5' 2”
130-145 lbs.
Average build
Age range 18-28

Stand-in experience is a plus.

To submit:
–Email [email protected]
–Subject: African American Female Stand-In
–Include 3 photos, full body front, full body back, and a CURRENT photo of your face in GOOD lighting. Use your phone and take these photos specifically for this. No filters, effects, or old pictures, please.
–City where you reside

–List all stand-in experience. If you have no stand-in experience, please list film experience.

Missing any detail will be cause for your submission to be deleted.

Related: How to Find Acting Auditions and Casting Calls

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

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