If you missed a chance to be a part of your favorite show in Utah, here’s destiny beckoning at you again. HBO wants 300/400 locals as extras for Westworld season 2. They’ll be filming in the Ridgecrest area, California, USA around mid-December.
Bakersfield reports while people from all ethnicities are required, they are looking forward to hiring quite a few Native American (more exposure to Ghost Nation in season 2 perhaps?).
Here’s what you need to do:
Send an email to [email protected] with the subject line “Ridgecrest Extras.”
You will require to attach a natural picture of yourself along the following information: name, phone number and general information like height, weight, jacket size, shirt size, pants size, shoe size for men and height, weight, dress size, bust, waist, hips, shoe size for women.
You will be shooting in a western town set in the 1890s. Therefore, you are requested to look up on Google to get an idea of how you should look. Men with both facial hair and without facial hair can apply. Women are required to have long hair but without color or highlights.
On Craigslist, somebody’s posted a flyer along with information on payment, etc:
We are paying $96 for 8 hours.
For 3 or 4 days, These will be long days so there will be a lot of Over Time.
8 hours = $96
12 hours =$170
Camera time on an HBO Emmy winning Show = Priceless
We need reliable people with good attitudes.
We are filming in Ridgecrest CA.
See attached flyer and submit (fast before we cast all the positions)….This will work approx 12/11 thru 12/15 but you will need to be fit for your costume the week of 12/4 – 12/8.
Bret Eric Porter Interview: A Guest Cast From Westworld Season 1
Fellow Westworld fansite, Westworld Watchers got a guest cast from season 1 on-board for an interview. Bret Eric Porter was the Union Scout from episode 6, ‘The Adversary.’ In case you don’t remember him, see the clip below and then check out the most interesting bits from the interview.
Porter said he had no idea what the show was about when he was cast for the role. He, of course, didn’t know what was going on (a sentiment shared by the main casts of the show) therefore, he had to “invent” the “how’s and why’s” for “emotional fuel to push the scene.”
Porter shared the scene with Ed Harris (Man in Black) and James Marsden (Teddy Flood) so naturally, he shared his experience of working with them. Speaking of Harris, Porter said, “Ed is so easy with himself and playful. I found that refreshing.”
Calling Harris a “great physical actor,” Porter recalled the actor’s stunt double saying, “Ed can do his own stunts; he doesn’t even need me but I think he humors me.”
As for Marsden, Porter said he was a “cool cucumber,” “very focused,” and “very generous actor.”
Check out the entire interview here.