Not literally, you nutcase! We’re just updating yesterday’s story in which we told you Eli is making a new untitled movie in Las Vegas. The shooting title of the movie is being called Drowned for now. No other new details are available.
Casting is under way on the supernatural thriller that Roth co-wrote with Aftershock collaborator Nicolas Lopez and director Jessica Chandler. Roth is also producing, and the film’s casting agent is currently seeking talent in the Las Vegas area.
“Right now we’re casting for principal speaking roles in the film, and I would like to use as many local actors and non-actors as I can find,” said casting director John Jackson. “I need two little girls — one 6 years old, one 8 years old — I need college students, people in (their) 60s and 70s, all races, all types of individuals.”
There are 37 speaking roles in the film, and many of them are unfilled at the present time. Jackson says that he has specific interest in “boaters who grew up on the water of Lake Mead or Native American people or somebody in their 70s who’s been fishing at Lake Mead every Saturday for the last 40 years.”
If you fit the bill, head over to the Las Vegas Review Journal to learn more and find out how you can throw your hat into the running!
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