Auditions and casting calls for feature film “The Mule” starring Sharon Stone

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Feature Film The Mule Actor Auditions Extras Casting

“The Mule” will film in Utah from October 5th through November 5th, 2011
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The independent feature film thriller “The Mule”, starring Academy Award nominated and Primetime Emmy Award winning actress Sharon Stone and Christian Slater, is currently casting the remaining lead roles, supporting roles, and day players. Also to be cast are extras, photo-doubles, and stand-ins for the film’s stars. Principal actor casting is taking place in Los Angeles and Salt Lake City, while all extras will be cast in Utah where filming will take place.

Gabriela Tagliavini will direct “The Mule”. Tagliavini won Best Director awards for “Perfect Lover” at the Santa Monica Film Festval and No Dance Film Festival, and she also wrote the screenplay and co-produced the film. Another directorial credit is “Ladies’ Night” which was produced by Walt Disney Music Company and won three MTV Movie Awards-Latin, was #1 at the box office in Mexico, and the soundtrack went platinum. This will be the second time that Gabriela Tagliavini has directed Christian Slater – they worked together on “Without Men” which co-stared Eva Longoria.

Nicolas Chartier, the Academy Award winning producer of “The Hurt Locker”, and Craig Flores will produce for Voltage Pictures. “The Hurt Locker” was Voltage Pictures’ first in-house production and won 6 Academy Awards in 2009, including Best Picture. Dean Devlin and Kearie Peak will produce for Electric Entertainment. Devlin wrote and produced such blockbuster films as “Independence Day,” “Godzilla,” “Stargate” and “The Patriot”.

The following roles are being cast:

[AARON] Male Caucasian 30s, scruffy American relief worker, Sharon Stones brother.

[JUANITA] Female Hispanic (early 30s) tight tank top, jeans applied like lacquer, silky dark hair, Must speak Spanish, she is mean and attractive and she knows it.

[RICO] Hispanic male 30s, modern day Mexican vaquero, must speak Spanish.

[SENATOR] any ethnicity male 60s, a U.S Senator.

[MARIA] Female Hispanic 20-30 yr old, she will play pregnant in these scenes, must speak Spanish.

[RAFAEL] Male (30s) Maria’s husband must speak Spanish.

[TOM COOLIDGE] Male Caucasian 60’s, He’s the weathered chief of the TV news department, with a hard face and friendly eyes.

[POLICE OFFICER] Male Hispanic 30-40s Mexican police officer, should speak Spanish.

[THUG] Male Hispanic 18-50 sleazy thug types, must speak Spanish.

[ENRIQUE] Male Hispanic a migrant in his 30’s nice guy must speak Spanish.

[RAUL] 30’S Male Hispanic Mexican relief worker, must speak Spanish.

[DOCTOR] Male Caucasian 40s a doctor working in a emergency room.

[LUZ] Female Hispanic pretty girl 18 yrs old or older to play younger, must speak Spanish.

Principal Actor Casting

See the post titled Headshot and Resume Information regarding how to submit for acting roles. 

Please submit photos and resumes by mail only.
No phone calls or personal drop-offs.

Los Angeles:

Dominika Posserén
“The Mule”
Kelly Wagner Casting
6338 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Salt Lake City, UT:

Jeff Johnson
“The Mule” Casting
2150 South Main Street
Suite 102
Salt Lake City, UT 84115

Extras Casting

Salt Lake City, UT:

Utah Extras
Click Here to register for work as an extra on “The Mule”.

Please read the following before working as a background artists on film, television, or commercials:

Background Extras Guidelines

Production Companies:

Do NOT send photos and resumes to the production companies, as they will most likely end up being thrown away. They do not cast the films, rather they hire casting directors who sort through the thousands of submissions.

Voltage Pictures
662 N Crescent Heights Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048

Electric Entertainment
940 N Highland Ave
Suite A
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Producers:

Nicolas Chartier
Craig J. Flores

Director:

Gabriela Tagliavini

Starring:

Sharon Stone
Christian Slater

Story:

“The Mule” is a thriller inspired by true events in the vein of “Taken” about a female American reporter (Sharon Stone) searching for her missing brother (Christian Slater) against the backdrop of the violence and human smuggling across the US/Mexican border.

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