More bikers wanted in the New York area.
Earlier today there was a casting call for bikers to work on “person of Interest” and here is another from Grant Wilfley looking for bikers to work on the Batman prequel “Gotham”
The show is looking for some seedy types who have bikes to portray people on the street in an episode of “Gotham” that will be filming on Friday. They are specifically looking fro cruiser type bikes from the 80’s such as Harleys. If you live in New York City, have a 80’s model bike and would love to be cast in a small, pair role on the new Batman TV series, this is your chance. Both Union (Sag / Aftra) and non-union talent are welcome to apply.
The new Batman series will be hitting out TV screens this coming fall. The show is described as ”Gotham on the brink” and will be a cross between a police / crime series and a comic. The Batman character will not be its focus of the new show, rather, Gordon and his police partner are. Ben McKenzie will star as James Gordon, a young detective who is working to clean up Gotham City. While Bruce Wayne will be a part of the new series, his Batman character will not. The show is set when Bruce was much younger and had not yet become Batman. David Mazouz will be playing the role of the young Bruce Wayne and The new series will Star Camren Bicondova will play Selina Kyle. If you haven’t seen the trailer, you can check it out here.
The show promises to bring in many of the familiar villains and tell the tales of their rise to power. The Penguin / Oswald Cobblepot will be a large part of the shows line-up of villains. Robin Lord Taylor (The Walking Dead, Another Earth) will take on the role of the very polite psychopath who works for the show’s main villain, Fish Mooney played by Jada Pinkett Smith.
Check out the cast pictures below:
Here is the notice from GWC
Seeking SAG-AFTRA or NONUNION Male/Female with 1980’s cruiser type motorcycles (i.e. Harley Davidsons) to portray seedy pedestrians on GOTHAM. Works this Friday 7/25. This is a paid job.
If interested please email email@example.com with a current candid photo of yourself and of your bike. Please note what year the bike is. The subject line should read: 80s BIKE, NAME, UNION STATUS, AVAILABILITY, PHONE NUMBER (For example: 80sBIKE, John Doe, SAG-AFTRA, Avail. 7/25, 555-555-5555).
The new show will be out this fall, but until then, check out the teaser.