NJ Local Kids casting for the film with Anne Hathaway


If you’ve always dreamed of being a part of a movie, you could be a part of it here in New Jersey.

Citrola Casting is launching a casting for all children aged 12 to 17 to be part of the movie “Armageddon Time”. We have learned that this Armageddon Time shoot will take place “in and around Bayonne / Jersey City, NJ”.

It’s not too far from us so this could be your chance to shine.

The Armageddon Time cast team have reported that “the film is a coming-of-age drama set before Ronald Reagan’s 1980 presidential election directed by James Gray and starring Anne Hathaway, Anthony Hopkins and Jeremy Strong “.

You can see Anne Hathaway. Attractive!

If you want to be an extra for Armageddon Time, “you may be asked to do a variety of different things in the scene such as walking, crossing the camera, sitting with a friend, engaging in mock conversation, doing a task. or a specific activity. “

It is not hard work at all. I’ve been an extra for a few different movies and let me tell you, it’s fun. The only thing you need to be aware of is that these are long working days. The Armageddon Time casting team has also made it known that you should expect to be on set for a full day of 12+ hours.

Don’t worry about having to be there all day. The casting team shared that water, coffee, and snacks are available throughout the day, and a hot meal is also provided. I’ll share that when I did extra work in Los Angeles, every casting company had amazing food.

For all kids ages 12-17 who want to be an extra for Armageddon Time, visit CitrolaCasting.com

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