Tulsa, Oklahoma 2021-08-04 15:16:26 –
Tulsa, Oklahoma — An urgent casting call was made on Tuesday to a man considering appearing in Martin Scorsese’s movie “Killers of the Flower Moon,” filmed in Oklahoma.
Filmmakers are looking for a white man between the ages of 25 and 60 to play the United States Marshals Service in the 1920s in the movie scene.
Future cast members will be needed in Tulsa on Sunday and in Pawhuska on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Anyone who submits must be open for all three days.
If possible, men may be needed on August 16th and other dates.
The person chosen for the scene must have the ability and motivation to participate in the costume fitting at Bartlesville this week. It takes about 2 hours to try on and is scheduled during business hours.
Payment is guaranteed Up to 10 hours, $ 100 per day. Those who exceed 8 hours will work overtime.
Since the film is made in the 1920s, all men must have a natural hair color and cannot cut, fade or shave the sides of their head. Modern fade hairstyles cannot be used. Men with facial hair are fine as long as the movie hair stylist is willing to change the facial hair. This may mean shaving your beard or mustache and trimming accordingly.
Minimal compensation for covid testing before fitting and engagement $ 40.
No travel or accommodation is provided.
A Covid test is required regardless of vaccination status.
If you are interested, please see how to submit the application form. here..
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