Title: Marvel’s “Wolverine 3” Looking for Children and Adults
Date: 14 May 2016 | 7:26 pm
Casting Call for Wolverine 3 for Kids Scene and Funeral Scene in New Orleans
Hugh Jackman is putting on his claws one last time for the upcoming movie Wolverine 3. The movie that is still untitled is filming in the greater New Orleans area and casting directors are looking for kids and adults for two scenes in the upcoming movie. These are paid roles. You don’t want to miss out on what is sure to be another epic film.
About “Wolverine 3”
The plot of the upcoming film has been fairly air tight. Producer Simon Kinberg did give us a small insight into what we can expect. He told Collider the movie will be set in the future and went on to say, “It’s a very radical, bold, different Wolverine than you’ve ever seen in any of these movies. It is an R-rated movie. It’s violent, it’s kind of like a western in its tone. It’s just a very cool, different film.”
What They Are Looking For
Central Casting is looking for children between the ages of 6 and 14 years old with natural, bright blonde hair. These roles will likely film in June, although no shoot date has been set yet.
Casting directors are also looking for men and women of all ages who appear to be Hispanic, to portray mourners at a funeral. This films Wednesday, may 25th in the Covington Arena. Actors must be available for a wardrobe fitting on Tuesday, May 17th in New Orleans. To be considered for this role you must be available for the fitting and the filming dates. The pay rate is $101.50 for 12 hours.
How to Apply
To submit for the Blonde Child role: Please submit your child’s photo(s) to Juarez@CentralCasting.com and put “Blonde” in the subject line. Email submissions should include: your child’s name, birthdate, location, parent’s name and phone number. You should be registered with Central, or planning to register with them, prior to filming.
To submit for the Funeral Scene: If you are available, please send current photo(s), name & phone number to Juarez@CentralCasting.com and put “MOURNER” in the subject line.