Robert Rodriguez “Dusk Till Dawn” Texas Extras

Robert Rodriguez fans in Austin, here is your chance to get a small part in his up coming TV series!

Production is seeking Hispanic kids and adults for a scene filming in late January.

Director, writer and producer Robert Rodriguez is currently filming his re-make of the cult vampire classic “Dusk Till Dawn” in Texas and casting has issued another casting call for extras in the Austin, TX area. They are looking to cast Hispanic extras ages 7 through 60’s for various roles including mom types, kids, elders and roles described as ‘staff’. All extras will be paid an hourly rate that will amount to between $60 to around $80 for the day, depending on hours worked.

The scene will film in the latter part of January 2014. You must be a resident of the Austin area with a Texas ID to qualify. Please note that transportation costs and expenses will not be covered so casting directors only want to book Austin residents with reliable transportation to get to the set.

The new television series is based on the original movie that came out in 1996 titled “From Dusk Till Dawn”. The original film starred George Clooney, Selma Hayek and Quentin Tarantino.
The original film also starred Harvey Keitel, Juliette Lewis, Cheech Marin and Danny Trejo. The new series will bring back the old charecters including Santánico Pandemonium (originally played by Selma Hayak) who will now be played by Eiza Gonzalez.

Dusk till dawn TV series

Robert Rodriguez who originally directed the movie “from Dust ‘Till Dawn” will be writing, producing and directing the new TV series. There also seem to be plans for a new Television network called El Rey that Rodriguez is also working on. The “Dusk ‘Till Dawn” Tv series is supposed to premiere on the new network and be the first scripted series for the new El Rey Network.

The new Rodriguez Vampire series is filming now in Austin Texas and a casting call for extras has been released by Austin Texas extras casting director Beth Speko Casting. The show is looking for various extras, you can see the descriptions below.

Extras are being hired through Third Coast extras in Texas

Here is the extras casting notice:

Seeking Hispanic extras who have NOT yet appeared on Robert Rodriguez’s TV Series “From Dusk Till Dawn” to work January 23rd. (Tentative date, subject to change.) New faces only, please.

Must match one of the descriptions below and have full day/evening availability on Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. (Even though this scene does not shoot until January, we are looking to show photos to the producers ASAP, so please submit as soon as you can.)

* “Elders”: Hispanic males and females age 60+

* “Mom”: Hispanic females, mom-types, age late 20’s-40’s

*”Kids”: Hispanic children, males and females age 7-9 (Real siblings a plus, please note in your email if you are submitting a real brother & sister.)

*”Staff”: Hispanic males and females, ages 20’s-40’s

Must have reliable transportation to get to the set in Austin or on location for a possible early call time on Thursday, Jan. 23. (Date subject to change.)

Pay rate is $79.75/10hr for adults and $60/8hr for kids.

To submit, email us at: w/ subject heading “1/23 Elders”, “1/23 Mom”, “1/23 Kids” or “1/23 Staff” depending on which you are applying for and follow directions below exactly:

Men: Include name, age, phone #, location (Austin?), height/weight and attach plenty of clear, well-lit, high resolution current photos both close up and full length.

Women: Include name, age, phone #, location (Austin?), height/weight and attach plenty of clear, well-lit, high resolution current photos both close up and full length.

Kids: Include name(s), age(s) contact phone #, and height/weight. Attach plenty of clear, well-lit, current photos in high resolution – including both close up photos and full length photos.

IMPORTANT: Must be Texas resident w/ valid Texas ID who lives in (or at least nearby) to Austin, TX since shoots days can change at the last minute. Please don’t submit if you’re not local to the area or nearby.

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