Alex Aja (High Tension) is closing in on his principal photography start date for Piranha. He can't do the big Lake Havasu scenes without some extras (apparently he needs over a 1,000). We've been talking with the production over the last few days to remedy this. Check out the announcement below out - it provides you with all of the details you need if you're interested in participating in the production starring Elisabeth Shue and Adam Scott. Read on...
And get PAID to recreate Spring Break on a BEACH, by the WATER, during SUMMER?
Then you have the chance to join a professional film crew in making movie history in eye-popping 3D!
From the internationally acclaimed director Alexandre Aja (The Hills Have Eyes, Mirrors), comes the new blockbuster thriller Piranha set to film on location in Lake Havasu, Arizona. "It's Jaws for a new generation!" in the words of producer Mark Canton. Other producers' credits include popular films such as 300, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Titanic, Blue Crush and American Pie.
What's the CATCH?
If you're 18-25 years old, have an athletic or slim physique and are able to work in Arizona for up to two weeks in June then you're the bait! We are looking for crowds of attractive Spring Breaker types to join us as we film in the heat of summer. Think of it as an entryway to your acting career, with two full weeks of on-screen acting time. Think of it as a paid vacation where you can bring your friends, enjoy the breathtaking lake, southwestern panorama, and have a chance to meet professionals in the film business.
Not only will you be part of a high budget major motion picture, but you'll also receive catered food twice a day, discounted lodging and raffles with gift cards valued from $50 to $1000!
Submit your contact information (email, phone #) full body and close-up photos, along with your availability to:
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Source: Ryan Rotten, Managing Editor