Now Casting: A Major Mark Wahlberg Feature Film Is Seeking Tough-Looking Men + 3 More Gigs

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There are a lot of good features to today’s roundup! A currently-untitled feature film starring Mark Wahlberg is holding an open call for men with tough jobs and the tough-looking faces to match. Plus, host digital content for “The Maury Show,” model your hands for a promotional video, or play a former hitman on the path for revenge in a neo-noir short.

Join the cast of an upcoming feature film starring Mark Wahlberg. Men, aged 18 and older, with tough faces, such as construction workers, blue collar workers, fishermen, and more are wanted. There will be an open casting call on Aug. 4 in Boston, Massachusetts. Shooting dates and location are TBD. Some pay will be provided. Apply here!

A host is currently wanted for original digital content for “The Maury Show.” Talent, aged 18 and older, is wanted for the gig. The ideal candidate will be able to speak to a millennial audience, be quick on their feet, and have a strong improv background. The position will work from September 2018 through March 2019 in the New York City and surrounding Tri-State area. Pay is $500 per day. Apply here!

A female hand model, aged 20–45, is currently wanted for a promotional video. All skin tones and types are welcome to apply. The shoot will take place on Aug. 20 or 21 in NYC. Pay is $350 flat. Apply here!

“One Bad Day,” a black-and-white neo-noir short thriller, is now casting its lead role. A male actor, aged 28–46, is sought to play the role of Miles Flint, a former hitman out for revenge after the mysterious death of his wife. The film will shoot in December in Los Angeles. Pay is $200 per day. Apply here!

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