Richard Linklater’s ‘Apollo 11’ Movie Casting Call for a Speaking Role

Holly| February 7, 2020

The director of the Oscar-nominated film ‘Boyhood,’ Richard Linklater, is all set to helm another film. And now, casting directors of the movie are seeking actors to fill some speaking roles.

Known for films like Dazed and Confused, Before trilogy, and Boyhood, Richard Linklater will direct another movie, this time about the historic landing on the moon in 1969. Linklater said he was inspired to make the film while he was filming Boyhood. He began to think about his own childhood and that one summer when he was watching a man walk on the moon.

His team was asked where they were when we landed on the moon, to which they replied, “The Apollo 11 landing is one of the most significant days in human history. For Houstonians [like Linklater], it’s a day we’ll never forget. The summer of 1969 was an unforgettable chapter in Houston history, and we want to share your memories of that time with the rest of the world.”

As production for the film kicks off, casting directors are now looking for talent to fill some roles.

One young male talent is needed to play an outgoing kid. Talent should be 9 to 11 years old to be considered.

A female talent is needed to play a speaking role. Talent must be able to play piano and should be 20 to 50 years old to qualify.

If you are interested in any of the roles mentioned, please click on the link below. Please make sure to submit your application on or before February 11, 2020.

 

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