Casting Directors Nancy Green-Keyes and Matthew Barry are currently holding free auditions for two adult twenty-something male leads to co-star in the upcoming feature film Vengeance: A Love Story. The film is about four rapists who escape conviction, and a police officer that seeks vengeance on behalf of the victim. The film already has signed on Samuel L. Jackson, Abigail Breslin, Dianne Wiest, and Heather Graham.
Shooting starts October, 2009 in Michigan.
To be considered for the acting auditions, go to the following website and follow the steps to upload your acting audition video:
Do NOT send photos and resumes to the production companies (they will most likely end up in the trash can), they do not cast the films. They hire casting directors who sort through the thousands of submissions.
Hyde Park Entertainment / Vengeance Shall Be Mine Productions LLC
14958 Ventura Blvd
Sherman Oaks CA 91403
in association with
Harold Becker Productions
8899 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles CA 90048
Patriot Pictures LLC
PO Box 46100
West Hollywood CA 90046
Principal Actor Casting:
Casting Has Been Completed
Samuel L. Jackson
Teena Maguire should not have tried to shortcut her way home that Fourth of July. Not after midnight, not through Rocky Point Park. Not the way she was dressed: tank top, denim cut-offs, high-heeled sandals. Not with her twelve-year-old daughter, Bethie. Not with packs of local guys running loose on hormones, rage, and alcohol. A victim of gang rape, left for dead in the park boathouse, the once vital and sexy Teena Maguire can now only regret that she has survived. And Bethie can barely remember a childhood uncolored by fear. For they’re not even a neighborhood away, the men that she identified for the Niagara Falls Police Department: the wide-browed, sandy-haired Pick brothers; the sneering Jimmy DeLucca; Fritz Haaber with his mustache and stubbled jaw. They’ve killed her grandmother’s longhaired orange cat. At a relentless, compelling pace punctuated by lonely cries in the night and the whisper of terror in the afternoon, National Book Award-winner Joyce Carol Oates unfolds the story of Teena and Bethie, their assailants, and their unexpected, silent champion, a man who knows the meaning of justice. And love.