How You Can Be In Ryan Gosling’s New Movie, How To Catch A Monster

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Steve Wiseman
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This spring, Ryan Gosling is directing a film called How to Catch a Monster and it stars Mad Men’s Christina Hendricks. It is filming right here in Detroit and it is your chance to be in a movie with Ryan Gosling!

The movie is currently looking for three parts, but the website says they will be making other roles available for submissions. In order to apply you must go to their website. Once there follow the posted instructions to upload a video and send them your information.

CASTING FOR THE ROLES OF:

Bones

(Lead) Male, 17- 19 in appearance; caucasian or mixed race (caucasian and African-American)
MUST BE 18 YEARS OR OLDER.
An introspective loner with an active imagination. His challenging home life has toughened him, but he still clings to childhood fantasies. Balancing melancholy intensity with an innocent sense of wonder, he is driven by a strong desire to face his fears. Soulful, offbeat and quietly charismatic.

Frankie

Male (3-6, caucasian or multi-ethnic)
A “feral” like boy who is constantly getting into trouble for trying to escape his school and house. Quiet and withdrawn but with an expressive face and deeply active internal life. Almost reminiscent of a silent film character. Younger brother of BONES.

Face

Male (13-mid 20′s, any race)
A small-town trouble maker from the wrong side of the tracks. He is the constant, silent companion of the dark and sinister character, BULLY. His trademark is the unusual and distinctive appearance of his face. We are seeking actors with any type of unique and unconventional facial characteristics for this role. The more uncommon and different-looking the better. Actors with scars, birth marks are encouraged to submit.

CHECK BACK REGULARLY AS NEW ROLES WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE FOR SUBMISSION.

For all roles: Please include your age and height when submitting. Please only submit via our Cast It online open call. Please do not telephone the office.

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