Adam Sandlers The Do Over Casting Call for Featured Roles in Savannah, Georgia.
The Do Over will be directed by Steve Brill and it will be the second film in the multipicture pact Sandler and his Happy Madison made with Netflix. Written by Chris Pappas and Kevin Barnett, the comedy is about two down-on-their-luck guys who decide to fake their own deaths and start over with new identities, only to find the people theyre pretending to be are in even deeper trouble.
Casting directors are looking for nudists to work on the scene.
To audition for a role on the upcoming Netflix The Do Over series, check out the casting call details below:
Netflix The Do Over Casting Call
I need naked people on THE DO OVER. I need A LOT of naked people on THE DO OVER in Savannah. Some are body doubles for our massive number of cast. Some are corpses that appear in hilarious plot points. If you are someone who is comfortable being naked, I can tell you that you will have a great experience on this film.
Think BORAT. Then multiply that by a bazillion.
Because of privacy and NDAs, IF you are comfortable with nudity, please email me at [email protected] (Subject: Nudity) and I will call you and go over the specifics. When you email me, email me your height, weight, sizes and just a photo of your face. If you fit what I’m looking for, I’ll call you for more photos.
When it comes to nudity, body doubling, etc, we always want to be super sensitive to the talent. I had a very long conversation with out Atlanta SAG-AFTRA rep about how to handle the request for talent in the day of digital images. (The last time I had to do a nude double, I had a Polaroid camera.)
I CAN tell you… if you have lots of tattoos, I can not use you. Something small, we can cover. I’m appreciative to those who have submitted so far, but 99% of you who have… we would never be able to convincingly cover your tats.
So help your Chad out. If you know someone who might be open, please tell them to email me. I will at great lengths call you and go over the situation I can use you in. I would never begin to entertain the idea of hiring someone for such role if they were not totally “in” and I can hear it in your voice.
If you are not local and/or do not fit the description, do not apply