AuditionsFree.com is noting a call for extras for a new Robert Rodriguez movie.
The only thing he seems to have on his plate right now is”Alita Battle Angel,” which is being written by James “Avatar” Cameron and Laeta “Terminator Genisys,” Kalogridis and is being produced by Cameron form 20th Century Fox.
“Alita Battle Angel” is based on “Battle Angel Alita,” (a.a.k. Gunnm (銃夢) is a manga series created by Yukito Kishiro and has been adapted into a couple of animes.
Rosa Salazar stars as Alita. Mahershala Ali, Ed Skrein, Leonard Wu and Christoph Waltz have also been cast.
According to the site:
“Austin area talent with flexible schedules that would allow them spending some weekdays on set may follow the directions below to get their information and photos over to the casting directors at Beth Sepko Casting.”
“Extras needed for upcoming feature film shooting in Austin from October to February.
We are seeking NEW faces that have not already applied.
Adults of all ages and races needed to portray people of multiple cultures in a futuristic society. Applications not a guarantee of work. If selected, positions are paid. Opportunities for 1 day or several days depending on look needed for specific scenes.
When submitting please include name, age, phone #, location, height/weight and attach plenty of clear, well-lit, high resolution current photos both close up AND full length.
Please also include the following sizes:
o SHIRT: NECK/SLEEVE
o CHEST or JACKET
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “RODRIGUEZ EXTRA”
IMPORTANT: MUST be Texas resident w/ valid Texas ID who lives in (or at least close nearby) to Austin, TX since shoots days can change at the last minute and call times are likely very early or late night. **Please don’t submit if you’re not local to the area or nearby.**
NOTE: When working on film, all electronic devices, including phones, will be collected for the entirety of the shoot day. Access likely limited to only one phone check in a 12 hour time period. Anyone uncomfortable with giving up electronic devices should not apply.”