The open casting calls for Jurassic World have not ended yet. An open call has now been scheduled for Kauai, Hawaii.
The company Ebb Tide Productions is holding a casting call on Sunday, March 16, 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., at Kauai Community College’s performing arts center.
Producers for ‘Jurassic World’ are looking for men, women and children ages 10 to 15 who are comfortable being on the water and military. All ethnicities are welcomed to apply and attend the casting call. There will be no fees are charges for attending or participating in the casting call.
The last open casting call was on Oahu last weekend and hundreds attended. So get their early to avoid the long lines.
Jurassic World will be the first large feature film for director Colin Trevorrow who previously worked on Safety Not Guaranteed.
Recently, Chris Pratt spoke with MTV News, and Pratt praised Trevorrow’s vision. “He’s got a great vision for the movie… It’s awesome that Steven Spielberg is taking a chance on this guy because he’s got a really clear vision. I sat down with him and it was kind of like with me and [‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ director] James [Gunn], we just kind of started getting excited about this.”