‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ Holds Casting Call for Lead and Supporting Roles

Texas Chainsaw Massacre
A new slasher film is on the way, and casting directors of the movie are currently seeking talents to take on some lead speaking roles. The 1974 horror/slasher film The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, the Tobe Hooper film that redefined the slasher genre, is getting another reboot. The film, which gave birth to a whole franchise, starred Marilyn Burns, Edwin Neal, and Paul Partain and told the story of terror suffered through by a group of visitors  in desolate Texas in the hands of serial killer Leatherface and his family. As production for this new reboot starts, casting directors are seeking talent to fill lead roles.  Two male actors and one female are needed for three lead speaking roles. Applicant should be 18 to 23 years old to be considered. Another actress is needed for a supporting role. Talent should be Caucasian and 40 to 60 years old to qualify. Another female talent is sought for a different supporting role. You should be 18 to 23 years old to get the role. More roles are waiting to be filled. If you are interested in any of the ones mentioned and would like to know more about the project, please click on the link below. Make sure to submit your application on or before August 22, 2019.    

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