Universal Picture's “Jurassic World” is heading to Louisiana this summer and casting directors for the film are coming 2 months ahead of production for find the 1000's of extras they will be using for the film.
Fans of Jurassic Park in New Orleans will now have a chance to get into the film and maybe even get a shot at being chased by dinosaurs in the movie.
The production which is using the working title "Ebb Tide," announced today that they will be holding open calls for extras of most ages and types. Anyone between the ages of 5 and 85 is welcome to apply. The open call will be held next weekend in New Orleans LA.
The film is currently shooting in Hawaii and production will be moving to Louisiana in June. The film is planning on shooting for 11 weeks in the New Orleans area beginning on June 2nd.
This will be the 4th film in Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic park franchise and Steven Spielberg is one of the executive producers on the project. The new film is supposedly a continuation of the Jurassic Park story from 2 decades ago. The dinosaurs are now in a new park on a new island.
The movie is set 22 years after the original and is rumored to be bringing in dinosaurs even more terrifying than the T-Rex. Other than that, the films plot has been kept very hush hush.
“Jurassic World,” is being directed by Colin Trevorrow and the film will be roaring into movie theaters… in 3D, summer 2015.