Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The 'Sexiest Man Alive' (and Steelers fan) is shooting scenes for 'Foxcatcher.'
Here's your chance to appear on the big screen with People magazine's "Sexiest Man Alive," Channing Tatum. Oh, and Steve Carell and Mark Ruffalo will be there too. The Fair Hill Project is looking for extras to shoot a scene on Thursday, Dec. 13, at the Petersen Event Center in Oakland. Sorry ladies, only men 18 years of age and older are needed. According to the Pittsburgh Film Office, pay is $60 to $100, depending on the number of hours worked. Meals will be provided. Extras should plan on working from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Those interested and available should email name, age and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org. While in town, Tatum led a Terrible Towel wave at Heinz Field Sunday before the Steelers-Chargers game. If you took …
Monday, September 10, 2012
The Oscar-nominated director of “Moneyball” will be at Canon-McMillan High School casting a movie about Olympic gold-medalist wrestlers Dave and Mark Schultz—and real wrestlers are needed!
Are you a wrestler? Trainer? Coach? If so, the Pittsburgh Film Office has an opportunity for you this Saturday. Bennett Miller, Oscar-nominated director of “Moneyball,” is in town casting a movie about Olympic gold-medalist wrestlers Dave and Mark Schultz. To ensure an authentic depiction of the sport and community, producers want to cast as many real wrestlers, coaches, referees, trainers, scorekeepers and committee members as possible. This casting session will not just be for extras—there will be an opportunity to be upgraded to speaking roles. Wrestling choreography and consulting will be provided by John Giura (two-time World Cup Champion and three-time NCAA All-American), and Jesse Jantzen (Collegiate National Champion and four-time …
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
'Out of the Furnace,' starring Christian Bale, and 'Promised Land,' starring Matt Damon, are casting for paid extras.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
A new movie shooting in the area may be the perfect opportunity for pierogi-loving Pittsburghers to get on the big screen. WTAE reports Out of the Furnace, starring Oscar-winner Christian Bale, is looking for men of Slavic or Eastern European background to serve as extras in the film. Men should be age 35 or older and available to shoot on or around May 29, according to WTAE. Extras will be needed on set all day (between 12 to 14 hours) and will be paid minimum wage. If you fit the bill, send an email with a recent photo (preferably one where you’re not smiling), contact information and age to email@example.com. "Slavic Man" should be used in the subject line. Casting agents will notify those who have been chosen, WTAE …