20th Century Fox’s “Artemis” Speaking Role Casting Call

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20th Century Fox‘s “Artemis” is now casting speaking roles.

Lord Miller (“Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse,” “The Lego Franchise,” “21 & 22 Jump Street”), New Regency and Twentieth Century Fox are currently seeking the lead role for the feature film “Artemis”.

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Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller at the 91st Annual Academy Awards – Press Room held at the Loews Hotel in Hollywood, USA on February 24, 2019. – Image (Tinseltown / Shutterstock.com)

Casting directors are seeking the following role:

  • Jazz Bashara – Female, mid-twenties, Middle Eastern descent and raised Muslim. Jazz has lived on the moon since she was 6. She’s poor – but with an incredibly clever and scientific mind, she’s become the moon’s go-to smuggler which helps her secretly pay off her father’s debts. Having been let down too many times, she has hard time trusting people – but she covers up her insecurities with bravado.

Please submit headshot, resume, and reel (if available) to [email protected]

All submissions are due by Wednesday, May 1st at 5 PM PST.

About “Artemis”:

According to Deadline, Phil Lord & Christopher Miller have signed on to develop to direct Artemis, the book by The Martian author Andy Weir. Artemis is described as an adrenaline-charged crime caper that features smart, detailed world-building based on real science. It centers on Jasmine Bashara, aka Jazz, just another too-smart, directionless twentysomething chafing at the constraints of her small town and dreaming of a better life. Except the small town happens to be named Artemis — and it’s the first and only city on the moon. She’s got debts to pay, her job as a porter barely covers the rent, and her budding career as a smuggler isn’t exactly setting her up as a kingpin, much to her disappointment. So when the chance at a life-changing score drops in her lap, Jazz can’t say no, and she finds herself in the middle of a conspiracy for control of Artemis itself.

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