CLEVELAND — This is your chance to be in a movie alongside Spider-Man actor Tom Holland.
Casting officials with Cherry, the latest Russo brothers movie currently filming in Cleveland, have placed an “urgent” call out for extras.
The production is looking for men of any ethnicity with an athletic build between the ages of 17-25 to portray Army extras in boot camp scenes.
The job pays $9 per hour with a guaranteed eight hours.
“All extras will be required to buzz their head and have a clean-shaven face since you will be playing new Army recruits,” casting officials said.
These extras must also be willing to be in boxers on camera, which will come with an additional pay bump.
To apply, you must have full day availability for all dates listed below in whichever group you select:
- GROUP A: Dec. 7, 12, 13, 16, 17 and 18.
- GROUP B: Dec. 7, 16 and 17.
If you’re interested, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with all of the following information:
- Subject: Boot Camp Extra
- City where you reside
- GROUP A or GROUP B (whichever dates you are applying for)
- Three photos: One head shot, one full body shot with shirt on and one full body with shirt off.
Do not resubmit if you have already applied for one of these roles.
Cleveland natives, Joe and Anthony Russo, are the men behind the Cherry camera, telling the story of an Army veteran with post-traumatic stress disorder who robs banks to dig himself out of debt caused by drug addiction, according to IMDB.
Our crews spotted Holland on set last month while working on a scene along Detroit Avenue.
Cherry, which also stars Bill Skarsgard, Jack Reynor and Ciara Bravo, has been filming in Cleveland since October.
A release date for Cherry has not yet been announced.
There's also a need for over 100 extras to portray FBI agents in the Warner Bros. movie currently shooting in Cleveland. For more information or to submit for that movie, click here.