Posted by Jack DLM - Tuesday 28 January 2014 at 07:59PM - 2 Comments
Alan Baltes is reporting that the Jurassic World production team are now casting for co-starring and supporting roles in Los Angeles, and that there will be additional casting in Baton Rouge and Hawaii. Alan confirms that Jurassic World is heading to Raleigh Studios in Baton Rouge, Louisiana to make use of the sound stages there, and that the island of Kauai and other locations in Hawaii will be used for the exterior shots.
There was a report recently that the filming might be heading to New Orleans but it looks like Baton Rouge is set to take on Jurassic World, which is where filming was set to take place last year before the delay.
Information for applying to the film is all available on Acting-Auditions.org, with addresses for the Los Angeles casting offices but also for the production offices located in Baton Rouge and Hawaii. It states that those applying, including minors and foreign actors, must be eligible to work in the state of Louisiana and the United States.
If you're an actor or looking to be an extra in one of the most anticipated films of the past 10 years, then check out the information given on how to apply, and be sure to let us know how you get on!