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New Jurassic Park Movie Production Looking for Oahu Extras

Want to be in the movies? Here’s your chance!


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Ever wanted to be an extra in a Hollywood movie? There’s a casting call this weekend for the new Jurassic Park film production that may let you do just that. See the flyer details below, and if you’re curious about what it’s like being an extra, check out the profile we published last year on Hawaii’s most prolific background actor, Teddy Wells.

 

Ebb Tide Productions Casting Major Motion Picture in Hawaii

We are seeking families (children ages 6 to 17), men, women, children (6+), twin children (ages 6 to 15) and military.

All ages, shapes and sizes are welcome; we are creating some very international scenes.

Need people to represent: Asians, South and Latin Americans, Europeans, Middle Easterners, Easter Europeans, North Americans, Africans, etc.

There are no fees or charges of any kind. When working, there is pay, food and fun.

Bring your friends, family and book or quiet activity to do while waiting. No tank tops or cut-offs please.

Come join us for an open casting call:

Date: Sunday, March 2

Time: 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Location: Olelo Community Media Center, 1122 Mapunapuna St., Honolulu. Plenty of free street parking available.

Contact: ebbtidecasting@gmail.com

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