‘Shot Caller’ Now Casting Talents

Holly Bissonnette| May 19, 2015


Upcoming feature film Shot Caller, starring Game of Thrones actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, is now in works, and they are looking for a lot of talents for the production of the project.

Directed and written by Ric Roman Waugh (Snitch), the movie’s plot is laid out according to Waugh’s undercover research as a volunteer parole agent in California. During the time, he learned that gangs do not just control the prison, but they also run the streets—all while serving their time behind bars.

The movie follows the lead character portrayed by Waldau who is a member of a prison gang. As he is released, his gang plots a revenge on a rival gang from South California and orders him to execute the crime.

As the development of the project commences on May 25 through July 1 in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, New Mexico, casting directors are looking for talents in their 20s to 50s to be cast as prison inmates, prison guards, prison admin staff, police officers, and a punk-rock band. Inmates with tattoos are highly needed.

Also, hundreds of opening for extras are available.

As of the moment, they are also seeking for an 18-month-old baby boy with a light brown or dirty blond hair for a featured role.

Should you be interested to partake in the production of the film, you can submit your application by clicking the ‘Apply for This Job’ button below.

File in your submissions on or before May 24, 2015.



‘Shot Caller’ Now Casting Talents

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