PITTSBURGH, Pa. (WKBN) – Directors in Pittsburgh are casting extras for a movie set to film in the city starting in November.
Casting directors are looking for people of all ages and ethnicities, both male and female, to be stand-ins. According to Movie Casting PGH’s website, all extras are paid.
The movie, “Last Flag Flying,” stars Steve Carrell, Bryan Cranston and Laurence Fishburne.
It’s a sequel to the 1973 film “The Last Detail” and is set during the Iraq war, according to Variety. The movie is based off a book by the same name authored by Darryl Ponicsan.
The extras will play travelers, choir members, church congregation, government officers, military and Air Force personnel, families, hotel guests, baggage handlers, restaurant employees and customers, drivers and passengers.
Anyone interested must email their information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Directors ask that you submit your name, height, weight, wardrobe sizes, phone number and a current photo.
If you have experience as a bartender, waitress, bar maid, hotel staff member or military personnel, be sure to include that in the email.
Filming will take place from November 1 through December 14.
For more information, visit Movie Casting PGH’s website.