DreamWorks Holding Open Auditions For Alex Kurtzman’s WELCOME TO PEOPLE
Alex Kurtzman is making his debut into the directing world with his film WELCOME TO PEOPLE. The film follows the story of a business man that returns home after his estranged father’s death to find that he has a sister who is an alcoholic with a 12 year old son. The drama will star Chris Pine and Elizabeth Banks, along with another lead for the child that will play Banks’ son.
Kurtzman who is best known for co-writing Star Trek and Transformers, DreamWorks are holding open auditions to find a boy suitable to fill the role. Auditions will be held on December 4th from 10AM – 2PM with Denise Chamian Casting at Sunset Gower Studios in Los Angeles.
The details for the part include: “Male, 11-13 years old, Caucasian, athletic, independent and confident. Interested actors should be able to memorize lots of dialogue.” The studio is also saying that the child doesn’t have to have acting experience, but does need to be comfortable with some language for the films PG-13 rating.
Kurtzman wrote Welcome to People with Roberto Orci and Jody Lambert.
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