If you have ever wanted to be a part of a Marvel film, your chance is here! The next Spider-Man movie is getting ready to begin filming and casting directors are looking for teens who are 15-17 years old and young looking adults that are 18-25 years old to play high school students in the movie! The movie is set to star Tom Holland, Marisa Tomei and Zendaya. The film will hit theaters next summer. Holland, who played Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War will reprise his role as Peter Parker.
The plot of the film hasn’t been released but Holland stated that in this film Peter is trying to find his way home, hence the name of the film Spider-Man: Homecoming. In Captain America, there is reportedly a scene where Parker enters his home to find Aunt May with Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.). Stark tells Parker that he has applied for a special grant, and that he has been accepted.
Tammy Smith Casting is looking for background actors between the ages of 15 and 25 years old. Minors ages 15 to 17 and adults 18-25 will play High School Students. The minors aged 15-17 will have a payrate of 80.00 per day with overtime after 8 hours. Minors will film about 10 to 12 hours. Submissions for the minors should say High School Student in the subject line and should include in the body of the email what high school they attend. Adults will be paid 64.00 per day with overtime after 8 hours and adults will typically film 12 or more hours. If you apply for this role you should put HS Student Look in the subject line. For minors and adults the casting team is looking for all types, conservative to unique looks and they are especially in need Asian and East Indian students.
The movie is shooting in Atlanta, Georgia from June 20th through July 1st. If you would like to be considered, the Click Here for exact submission details. To be considered, you must have a non-restricted social security number for employment.