Now Casting: HBO’s ‘Full Circle’ Needs Talent + 3 More Gigs

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The feature film “Christmas Eve” and the short film “Happy New Year” are both casting lead talent. Plus, a psychological drama/thriller and an HBO Max limited series from Steven Soderbergh are casting talent now.

“Full Circle”

Full Circle,” the upcoming HBO Max limited series from Steven Soderbergh, is continuing its search for background talent. Actors, aged 25–75, to portray upscale Guyanese business associates, party guests, and bodyguards in background roles. COVID-19 testing will take place on Nov. 4, followed by filming on Nov. 7–10 in NYC. Pay is $165–$187 plus a $60–$100 testing stipend.

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“Christmas Eve”

Omnes Films is seeking talent for the feature film “Christmas Eve.” Six white actors, aged 18–70, are wanted for lead roles in the project, which will hold auditions on Nov. 10–12 and film in February and March in Long Island, New York. Pay is $216 per day for 12 days of work.

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“Finding Solace”

Join the cast of “Finding Solace,” a psychological drama/thriller about a series of mysterious murders in a small town that unlocks a dark secret that has loomed over this quiet community for nearly two decades. Talent, 25–70, is wanted for various supporting and day player roles in the film. Filming will take place in April in Austin and Columbus, Texas. Pay is $100–250 per day for up to 10 days of work. Lodging will be provided for certain actors.

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“Happy New Year”

Join the cast of “Happy New Year,” a short film about Craig, who broke and alone on New Year’s Eve, is convinced by his roommate to post his profile on an online dating app. Three actors, aged 18 and older, are wanted to play the three lead roles in the film, which will shoot in New York City with dates TBD. Pay is $80 per hour for approximately 20 hours of work. Travel and meals will be provided.

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