Eli Roth and his Aftershock co-conspirator Nicolas Lopez have written a microbudget supernatural horror film that is gearing up for a quick Las Vegas shoot, per the Las Vegas Review Journal. The as-yet-untitled pic, produced by Roth and Colleen Camp, will be directed by local helmer Jessica Chandler.
The film will shoot for 18 days and is currently casting locals, and not just for extra work either. The casting director says, “Right now, we’re casting for principal speaking roles in the film, and I would like to use as many local actors and non-actors as I can find… I need two little girls — one 6-years-old, one 8-years-old — I need college students, people in (their) 60s and 70s, all races, all types of individuals. I don’t care if you’ve ever acted before in your life. I don’t care if you’re a rancher.”
So if you live in Vegas and love horror, why not give it a shot? The casting director’s email address can be found in the linked article below. Good luck!
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