Now Casting: A Feature Film Starring Jennifer Lawrence Needs Real Medical Technicians + 3 More Gigs

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Wrap up your week with the great gigs in today’s casting roundup. A feature film starring Jennifer Lawrence is seeking real medical technicians for background roles. Plus, the film adaptation of the award-winning play and book “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” is casting its star, a new food comedy competition show needs an experienced actor, and a financial website is seeking actors for ads. 

Casting is underway for the feature film currently called “Untitled Soldier Project,” starring Jennifer Lawrence. Real medical technicians or former medical technicians, aged 20–69, who can operate MRI and CT scanners are wanted for the film. Production will take place on Aug. 3 or 6 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Pay is $94 for 10 hours of work. Apply here!

A new comedy food competition show from the producers of  “Chopped” is seeking a professional male actor, aged 50 or older, who can pass as a grandfather. Talent must have a comedic background. Filming will take place on Aug. 5–8 in New York City. Pay is TBD. Apply here!

Warner Bros. is casting its upcoming film adaptation of the award-winning play and book “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.” A young male actor, aged 14–17, on the autism spectrum is wanted to play the lead role of Christopher John Francis Boone. Filming and pay are TBD. Apply here!

CREDITBOX VIDEO AND PHOTO ADS is casting a series of video and photo ads. Talent, aged 23–30, is wanted for two testimonial-style ads and one ad in the style of a 1980s workout video. Filming will take place on Aug. 12–30 in Chicago, Illinois. Pay is $1,000. Apply here!