Now Casting: Earn $4,320 Starring in a Feature Indie Thriller + 3 More Gigs

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In today’s casting roundup, “ShutEye,” an indie feature thriller, is casting a pair of principal roles paying up to $4,320. Plus, a promo shoot seeking stand-ins, a campus love drama adapted from a popular Dreame novel, and the live-action adaptation of Disney’s “Moana” are casting talent today!

“ShutEye”

ShutEye,” an indie feature thriller, is currently seeking two actors, aged 18–21, for the lead role of Bea and the supporting role of Matt. Talent will film between Aug. 26 and Sept. 16 in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho. Pay is $240 per day for up to 18 days of work.

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Promo Shoot, Stand Ins

Two Black male stand-ins, aged 30–45, are needed for a promo shoot. Talent must meet height requirements. Talent will work on March 3–4 in Miami, Florida. Pay is $600.

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“A Girl Nobody Wanted”

Join the cast of “A Girl Nobody Wanted,” a campus love drama adapted from the popular Dreame novel of the same name. Actors, aged 20–55, are wanted for various roles, including the lead roles of Sarah and Jake. The actor playing Sarah must be comfortable with portraying sexual assault and with possible implied nudity during a romantic scene. (An intimacy coordinator will be on set.) Filming will take place on April 1–8 in the Tri-State area. Pay is $120–$250 per day, with transportation and meals provided.

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“Moana” Live-Action Film, Background Open Calls in Los Angeles and Oahu

Alessi Hartigan Casting is seeking talent local to Los Angeles and Oahu, Hawaii, aged 18 and older, for background roles in the Disney live-action adaptation of its animated film “Moana.” Work dates and pay rates are undisclosed by the production. 

Want this gig? Apply here.