Pittsburgh-shot 'The Last Witch Hunter' seeks extras
A casting call for extras on the film “The Last Witch Hunter” will take place from 5 to 11 p.m. Aug. 15 at the Double Tree Hilton in Greentree.
The film stars Vin Diesel as an immortal witch hunter who partners with a witch (Rose Leslie of “Game of Thrones”) to stop an uprising by a New York City coven. Michael Caine and Elijah Wood also are in the cast.
OPA Casting is looking for men and women 18 and older who can portray an edgy, hipster look. Applicants need to be in line no later than 10 p.m.
Filming is scheduled weekdays from Sept. 5 to Dec. 5 in all weather conditions in the Pittsburgh area.
If you are in the OPA Casting database you do not have to come to this casting call.
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