An Oklahoma casting company is looking for extras to appear in the New movie "Killers of the Flower Moon."
Filming was originally set to start last year, but it was bumped back because of the pandemic.
Right now the production team is still looking for extras people of all ethnicities, ages 18 and older.
The casting company said it' is an easy and fun way to play a part in a film portraying the 1920's Oklahoma.
Normally the casting office would hold a large, in-person casting call, but because of COVID-19, it has created a virtual version instead.
To apply, you will just answer some questions and send in some pictures.
“Natural looks only please. No fake eyelashes or heavy makeup, although foundation is okay,” the casting call reads. “Anyone selected to appear in the film would be asked to start growing out their hair and facial hair, including eyebrows (women), so that they can eventually be styled according to the era of the story.”
The company said if you attended one of the open casting calls last year, you do not need to reapply.
Filming now is set to happen from spring to late summer of this year in the Tulsa / Bartlesville / Osage County area.
To be part of the casting call, click here.