Universal Pictures Dinosaur flick “Jurassic World” is beginning production in New Orleans.
The Jurassic Park 4 film “Jurassic World” is in New Orleans. There have been 2 open casting calls so far in anticipation of production beginning, and now its here. The film is now shooting at the old Six Flags Park in New Orleans and they still need more extras.
The movie just put out yet another casting call for scenes that will film at the old park between the dates of June 6 and June 13. The now abandoned Six Flags park is located around 3011 Michoud Blvd. in the city of New Orleans, LA. The old park has seen other films shoot there as well including one of the “Planet of the Apes” films.
While the film’s plot has been kept under wraps, there have been some spoilers leaked…
Part of that leakage came from the site JoBlo which reported that the newest Jurassic Park film would also be set in a park like the original. Previous leaks also reported the same information… as in, the new film would be set in a modern park that also used genetic programs to recreate the beasts that lived long before our time. As before, things will go sideways and the dinosaurs will get their chance to run a mock.
Universal Pictures “Jurassic World” set out to get thousands of paid extras… or so they claimed, and they are still on the lookout for more. The newest casting call for background on the film gas just been released.
If interested, see below to apply. Remember that this is for New Orleans residents only as they are only seeking local hires and will not be paying for any travel expenses for the extras.
The film is using the working title of “Ebb Tide”.
“Ebb Tide”, a Steven Spielberg film, needs men and women
(18yrs-75yrs) who are available to work: 6/6, and 6/9 through 6/13
at Six Flags Park. Pay is $101.50/12 hrs.
If you are available for at least 2 of the dates, please email directly to “EbbTide”
your photo, name, email, phone, height and weight to:
The film will be coming to movie theaters all over the country in June of 2015!