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Marvel: Avengers: Infinity War casting call in New York City


With Marvel getting ready to drop what will be the final two films in their highly successful Avengers films, news just dropped of an open casting call in New York City that will begin for possible shooting this May. While details are a bit scarce now, there are rules that must be followed if you are interested in joining the Avengers: Infinity War set per ComingSoon.net

Central Casting is now accepting submissions for the Marvel feature film “Infinity War” in New York. To be considered, all actors and extras must be legally eligible to work in the entertainment industry in the New York and in the United States. That information is published in the 2017 New York Actors Resource Guide eBook. The film’s directors, Anthony and Joe Russo, will be personally hand-picking the talent from the photos submitted. The following are the current casting needs:

• MALES & FEMALES – Any ethnicity, who appear 18 – 50’s, all types. Especially needed are people with New York looks, and also people with good character faces. Filming is tentatively scheduled for May 19, 2017. A wardrobe fitting could possibly be required in the beginning of May. You must have an open and flexible schedule, as the dates are very tentative at the moment. If you have previously worked on this film in any area, your are NOT eligible to be considered for these new roles. This is for NEW TALENT only, who have not worked on the film.

If acting is your thing and you’re looking for a big break in a huge film this is your chance. The Avengers: Infinity War will be the most anticipated films of the next few years and extra spots will be filled up fast. Act now and get your spot reserved.




How awesome would it be to be in a film that features Iron-Man, Hulk, Thor and Captain America? These chances don’t come around too often.


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