Ready for Max’s ‘The Penguin’? Check Out These Gigs

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The limited series The Penguin, a spinoff of 2022’s “The Batman,” is heading to Max in late 2024. It focuses on Oswald Cobblepot’s rise to power, with Colin Farrell reprising his role from the film. If you want to find your own superhero and fantasy project, the following gigs are casting talent right now.

“Death of The Red Mask”

A short film about a down-on-his-luck superhero is casting for its early April shoot in New York. Production seeks a lead male actor, aged 22–40, to play Buddy. The role pays $12 per hour for an unspecified duration.  

Want this gig? Apply here.

“Thong Girl: The Final Chapter/A Musical Comedy”

A nonunion musical based on a superhero franchise is casting for its June–August rehearsals and Aug. 30–Sep. 1 run in Nashville. Production seeks a lead female actor, aged 18–35, to play Lana/Thong Girl. The role pays a flat rate of $5,000–$10,000 for an estimated 15 days of work. Please note that the role requires pop/rock singing skills and dance music skills. 

Want this gig? Apply here.

Events, Princess and Superhero Gigs

Emerald Kingdom Parties is casting for private parties and public events in the Redmond, Washington, area. Production seeks lead all genders actors, aged 18–40, to play Character Performers. The roles pay $50 per hour. Gigs are usually on weekends and last between one and six hours. 

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“Black Cobra”

Casting is currently underway for “Black Cobra,” an action-packed superhero drama about legacy and self-discovery. Production needs talent for multiple roles, including a lead female character, aged 18–22, another lead female character, aged 45–50, a supporting male character aged, 19–25, and a supporting female character, aged 26–40. Martial arts training is required for all roles. Pay for all roles is a flat rate of $100 per day, with an anticipated ten days of shooting in Dallas, Fort Worth, and Denton, Texas.

Want this gig? Apply here.

“The Hero” 

Casting is underway for “The Hero,” a comedic short film that follows an assistant and a superhero. Open roles include a lead female actor, aged 22–27, to play Audrey the Assistant, and a supporting male actor, aged 30–40, to play Brian the Hero. Filming occurs in March in Los Angeles. Pay is $100–$300 per day for an estimated 8 hours of work.

Want this gig? Apply here.

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