Extras Needed for Elvis-Themed Feature Film The Identical

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An upcoming indie feature called The Identical will be recruiting paid extras at noon this Saturday at the Darkhorse Theater, 4610 Charlotte Ave. Written by native Nashville screenwriter Howie Klausner, who penned the Clint Eastwood adventure Space Cowboys, the feature is calling for all ages, types and ethnicities. More on the film (one of at least four in development with an Elvis Presley angle) from The Hollywood Reporter:

The Identical, a $3 million indie project from City of Peace Films, is taking a surprising approach: the faith-based route. City of Peace president Yochanan Marcellino says the script, adapted by Space Cowboys scribe Howie Klausner from a play about an Elvis impersonator, focuses on Presley's interest in gospel music and his religious roots. The project will star Ryan Pelton, an actual Elvis impersonator. Marcellino says plans call for Identical to include licensed Presley music — a combination of covers and original recordings — but he declined to discuss negotiations with rights-holders.

Full details below.

EXTRAS needed for a Major Motion Picture

We are filming in the Nashville area from October through November. We are seeking
all types to portray extras in the film. These are paid positions.
No experience necessary.

Types needed — People who can portray Townspeople, Church Goers, Musicians,
Honky Tonk Dancers, College Students, Blue Collar Types & Civic Types.

Men, Women and Children - All ethnicities
Please come dressed in 50ʼs, 60ʼs or 70ʼs attire
Hair color should match the era. If not, then you must be willing to color it.

Saturday September 22, 2012
12 Noon — 5:00pm

4610 Charlotte Avenue
Nashville, TN 37209

Note: Street parking only or at Richard Park parking lot— Do not park in local business parking lots

Everyone MUST bring a recent snapshot no larger than
4" x 6" and a pen. (Photos are not returnable)

If you do not bring a photo, you will not be considered.

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