Friday, May 22, 2009

"The Irishman" needs 100-150 extras, 5.21.09

New Val Kilmer Movie Shooting in Detroit

(WXYZ) - A cast of A-list actors, at least 120 new jobs, truckloads of movie-making equipment and $5 million in revenue--all of this is coming to downtown Detroit this summer, as producers begin filming “The Irishman,” staring Val Kilmer and Christopher Walken.

The movie to be shot entirely in and around Detroit over the next six weeks features Val Kilmer as a police detective and Christopher Walken as a Jewish mobster, fighting a city-wide gangland war in Cleveland, Ohio.

One key scene will be shot at the old Tiger Stadium will involve 100 extras.

Bart Rosenblatt/Movie Producer: “We’re looking for 100 or so extras for a scene that takes place at the baseball game.”

Bill Spencer: “Exactly how many extras do you need?”

Bart Rosenblatt: “One-hundred to 150 extras in a few days we’ll post a phone number on your website to tell people how they can apply to be one of those extras.”

The movie producer tells they are not ready to process extras, but when they are they will provide a phone number, and we will post it here.

And.....Calling all guys!

Craigslist, Ann Arbor
Date: 2009-05-22, 6:24AM EDT

Real Style, Michigan's leading source of talent, needs extras for Wednesday, May 27, for the filming of the Irishman, who are Italian mafia looking types, THINK GODFATHER. We will be filming in Detroit, at a time yet to be determined.

We need men over 30, who are 200 pounds or less, and 6' or under.

Please reply back to "Irishman-5/27 Mafia" in the subject line. You must include a photo, cell phone, height and weight for consideration.

We will be sending out e-mails today that will confirm someone's booking for next Wednesday.

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val said...

I think I need to move to Detroit.

Bunny said...


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