If you watch movies or TV shows and think “I’d love to do that,” a Kentucky-based casting agency is giving you the opportunity to appear in an upcoming horror movie set to premiere soon. filming in western Kentucky.
Kentucky Casting Agency Seeks Replacements And Body Doubles For Upcoming Horror Movie
Vin Morreale, author, actor, casting director and president of the Academy Arts, which bills itself as “Kentucky’s largest casting agency,” according to his Facebook page is looking for performers to fill the roles of stand-ins and body doubles for Good luck, Nightingalea horror-thriller set to begin filming in and around the Louisville area in June.
Here is the plot synopsis of the film according to IMDB:
A nurse caring for her daughter’s mysterious illness struggles to hide her secrets when uninvited strangers take shelter in her home during a deadly blizzard.
Replacements and understudy are needed for the film’s three stars; Chrissy Metz, who plays Kate Pearson in It’s us; Scout Taylor-Compton, who played Laurie Strode in 2007 Halloween and 2009 Halloween II; and Annalize Basso who currently plays LJ Folger in the TNT series, Snowdrops.
It’s unclear whether the actresses will play the three “uninvited strangers,” the nurse, the girl, or a combination of the three.
Since the casting company is looking for replacements and doubles for these three, and this is a horror movie, there might be a chance that one or all three will meet a grisly death and you’ll be the one to play the role when it’s time to seal their fate. Or maybe they just need you to stand somewhere with your back to the camera to make it look like them. Who knows.
How to apply for the roles
If you or someone you know is interested and most importantly looks like any of these three actresses, email Vin ASAP at [email protected] with the following information:
- Phone number
- Availability in June and July
- Whether or not you have an agent
The Academy also asks for “two current photos in jpg format (no links or Google docs, please). One close-up and one full body – shoes to head.” They say the selfies are fine, but one must be “less than 30 days old”.
[Source: Vin Morreale via Facebook]