Spider-Man: Homecoming is now casting photo doubles to work on the upcoming feature film in New York City.. Producers are looking for African American and Caucasian actors ages 16 to 25 to work on the upcoming movie as it films in NYC. Fittings will take place on Friday, September 30th and filming will work on Saturday, October 1st in Queens. You must be local to the tristate area.

About Spider-Man: Homecoming:


Spider-Man: Homecoming features Tom Holland, Robert Downey Jr., and Marisa Tomei. It will be directed by Jon Watts and will be an inside look into Spider-Man’s childhood before and after he joins Marvel’s Avengers.

Spider-Man:Homecoming hits theaters on July 7, 2017 and this Spider-Man.

For more information, check out the casting call information below.

Spider-Man: Homecoming Open Casting Call

GWC is seeking SAGAFTRA/Non-Union for the following PHOTO DOUBLES for the upcoming feature film “Summer of George”:

#1) African American Male/ Child (ages 16-25)Short hair, Height: 5’3-5’5, Weight: 117lbs

#2) Caucasian Male/ Child/ Woman w/ short hair (ages 16-25) Brown hair, Height: 5’4-5’6, Weight 105lbs

Fitting Friday 9/30. Works Saturday 10/1. Films in Queens, NY. MUST BE LOCAL TO THE TRISTATE AREA

Must be 18 or older to work.
Must have 2 valid forms of US-issued ID to work.

Please email submissions to info@gwcnyc.com and include:
-your name
-union status (SAGAFTRA or Non-Union)
-all sizes: height, weight, jacket, neck, sleeve, waist, inseam, shoe
-recent, non-professional photos in clear plain lighting (no filters) in which we can clearly see your skin tone and hair (close up AND full body shots)
-note what 2 forms of valid US-issued ID you will provide for your I9

Please write in the subject line: “Facebook, Photo Double, [your name], [your phone number].”

If you are not local and/or do not fit the description, do not apply

Do you think you are perfect for this role? Leave us a comment below and tell casting directors why you should be selected!


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