Ready for your 15 minutes of fame?
Extras are needed for a feature film that is currently shooting in Charlotte, Concord and Salisbury.
According to Deadline.com, “The 24th” tells the true story of the all-black Twenty-Fourth United States Infantry Regiment, and the Houston Riot of 1917.
Kevin Willmott, who shared the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar with Spike Lee for “BlacKkKlansman,” is directing the movie and co-wrote the script with the film’s star, Trai Byers (from “Empire” and “Selma”).
Extras will be paid and must have reliable transportation. Workdays are 12 hours long.
Soldiers - African-American men, ages 18-55 who are clean shaven with military-style hair; waist sizes 32” to 42” and chest no larger than 42.”
National Guard - White men, ages 18-55 who are clean shaven with military-style hair; waist sizes 32” to 42” and chest no larger than 42.”
Residents - Men and women, ages 18 and older. Men waist sizes 32” to 42” and chest no larger than 42.” Women dress sizes 2-8.
To be considered, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Subject line: Name of role
- Legal name
- Phone number
- City and state you reside
- List any visible tattoos or piercings
- Include two current photos - one close-up and one full length
Women should include height, weight, dress size, bust and shoes.
Men should include T-shirt size (S/M/L), dress shirt (neck and sleeve), pants (waist and inseam), suit coat and shoes.
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