Now Casting: A Branded Apparel Shoot for M&M Needs Talent + 3 More Gigs

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In today’s casting roundup, a branded apparel shoot for M&M needs models. Plus, a series of automotive group comedy ads, a horror film, and a federal insurance project are seeking talent today.

M&M Apparel Promotional Video

Models, aged 20–55, are currently wanted for a video shoot advertising M&M branded apparel. Talent will work on Nov. 13 in Red Bank, New Jersey. Pay is $500 for nine hours of work.

Want this gig? Apply here.

Ken Garff Auto Group, “Rejected Taglines”

Ken Garff Automotive Group is now seeking voiceover and on-camera talent, aged 30–65, for roles in a series of comedic commercials. Talent will work on Nov. 29 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Pay is $3,500, with meals and travel costs provided.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“Foggy Mirror”

KP PICTURES is now seeking talent for “Foggy Mirror,” a horror crime feature film about a young policeman, John, on a case to find who murdered an exotic dancer. Actors, aged 18–50, are wanted for leads, supporting, and background roles, including the starring roles of Max and Jasmine. Additionally, production is now hiring multiple crew positions, including a boom operator, makeup artist, and production assistant. Talent will work in Los Angeles and Chicago with dates TBD. Pay is $150–$200 per day.

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Federal Insurance Project

Three actors, aged 25–50, are wanted for lead roles portraying federal employees in an insurance project. Filming will take place between Nov. 8–11 in Washington, D.C. Pay is $700 for five hours of work.

Want this gig? Apply here.