Casting directors from Ryan Hill Casting are currently seeking to fill one more principal role in the feature film How to Catch a Monster.
The Oscar-nominated actor who has been known to break up street fights, save the lives of pedestrians, and fight on the mean streets of the campaign trail, Ryan Gosling is setting up to direct his first feature film, “How to Catch a Monster.” and he is currently holding an open call for all aspiring actors.
“How to Catch a Monster” will star Christina Hendricks, is a film actually written by the Oscar nominated actor and is set to start filming this upcoming spring, according to the Los Angeles Times. “The film, set in what a news release described as a “surreal dreamscape of a vanishing city,” follows a single mother whose teenage son uncovers a frightening and mysterious underwater town.”
‘How to Catch a Monster’ Casting Call Information
Recently, Ryan Hill Casting posted the following Casting Call on their Facebook Page:
How to Catch a Monster is still looking to fill a principal role!
Please e-mail pics and contact info to: [email protected]
(male 2-3 year old identical twins or triples), Caucasian, Bi-racial, Hispanic. Quiet and withdrawn but with an expressive face and deeply active internal life. Almost reminiscent of a silent film character. Because of the lack of lines for this character there should be an imaginative quality as if he lives in a make believe world he created. DISCLAIMER: Please be aware some of the scenes with Frankie may include a simulated house burning down, child running into simulated controlled traffic, and a dressing room scene which may have partial nudity by other actors.