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Tarantino film casting

July 20, 2011

While I have plenty to say about Quentin Tarantino not filming in Mississippi, for you actors out there, you’ll be happy to know the film is not going to be shot in Europe,  but in New Orleans and Los Angeles. And they are casting.

So, Mississippi actors – show them what you’ve got. Here is the info, but submit on L.A. Breakdowns.

DJANGO UNCHAINED
Feature Film
SAG
Producers: Stacey Sher, Pilar Savone, Reginald Hudlin
Exec. Producers: Harvey Weinstein, Michael Shamberg, Shannon McIntosh, James W.
Skotchdopole
Director: Quentin Tarantino
Writer: Quentin Tarantino
Casting Director: Vickie Thomas
Casting Associate: Bonnie Grisan
Casting Assistant: Andrew Hadzopoulos
Start Date: November 2011
Locations: Los Angeles, New Orleans
SUBMIT ELECTRONICALLY AND FOLLOW UP WITH HARDCOPY
NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE.
VICKIE THOMAS CASTING
9021 MELROSE AVENUE,
SUITE 200B
WEST HOLLYWOOD CA 90069
ATTN: DJANGO UNCHAINED
CAST:
[DJANGO]  Jamie Foxx
[DR. SCHULTZ]  Christoph Waltz
[CALVIN CANDIE]  Leonardo DiCaprio
[STEPHEN]  Samuel L. Jackson
[BROOMHILDA] Mid 20s to late 30s, African-American female. Django’s attractive, German speaking wife. She is a slave with Django on the Carrucan Plantation where she suffers abuse at the hands of the Brittle Brothers; she is later separated from Django and sold to Calvin Candie as a house slave. Django crosses many miles to be reunited with her. POSSIBLE NUDITY…LEAD
[BETINA] 18 to early 20s, African-American female. A pretty, sweet and funny Bennett manor slave; unimpressed by Django. She shows him the grounds and ultimately leads him to his enemies, the Brittle Brothers…

SUPPORTING
[CAGED “MANDINGO” FIGHTERS ] (CHESTER, CHICKEN CHARLY, RODNEY) 20s to 40s, African-American males. Slaves purchased by Calvin Candie to compete in underground, bloody and savage “Mandingo” fights to the death. Believing Django a black slaver, they shoot him glares; later they watch unbelievably as he kills their Aussie owners and frees them…

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