It seems there will be another casting call for Jurassic World this Sunday according to TheGardenIsland. Like the last one, the filmmakers are looking for men, women and children who “are comfortable in the water” as well as military types. The casting call takes place in Kauai Community College in Puhi, Hawaii.
The casting directors from EBB Tide Productions Casting will be on the lookout Sunday for those who want to fill in as extras in the major motion picture “Jurassic World.”
While all are welcome, EBB is seeking men, women, children (ages 10 to 15) who are comfortable in the water, as well as military looking types.
International scenes require people to represent Asians, South and Latin America, Europeans, Middle Easterners, Eastern Europeans, North Americans and African Americans, according to a release.
The casting call is from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Kauai Community College in Puhi.
Those planning to try out are encouraged to bring along friends, family and a pen. Also, bring a book or quiet activity to do while waiting. Leave your tank tops at home.
Those selected will enjoy fun, food and pay.
Shooting will begin in May and the film, a fourth in the series, is expected to be released in theaters June 2015. Locations for shooting on Kauai are expected to include Blue Hole, Lawai, Olokele Valley, Hanapepe Valley and Manawaiopuna Falls.