Bryan Cranston’s New Film Casting in Chicago

A new movie called Last Flag Flying is casting actors and talent to work on March 16th in Chicago, Illinois. Casting directors are looking for people to play prisoners in the final scene of the film.  As a prisoner, you will be protesting something that happens within the prison walls.  The scene is very intense and calls for actors that can easily show emotion.


The movie is based on the fantastic novel by Darryl Ponicsan with the same name.  It is an emotional tale about a man returning home from prison to make the main characters lives as complicated as ever.  Bryan Cranston, Steve Carell and Laurence Fishburne will star in the reboot of Last Flag Flying.  It is a spiritual successor to the 1974 Jack Nicholson movie, The Last Detail.

Bryan Cranston is known for his roles in Malcolm in the Middle and Breaking Bad.  Since both of those shows ended, he has appeared in several different movies like Godzilla and The Masterpiece.  He is often seen as one of the great artists among his Hollywood counterparts.  He often takes his time with projects and dives into his characters like they are apart of his real self.


When: March 16th 2017
Where: Chicago

This is a great opportunity to act in a feature film with top-tier actors and producers.  Not only will you earn money working on this film, you will gain valuable experience from industry professionals.  You will learn what it takes to be successful in the competitive movie world.  You should never hesitate to audition for feature films when there is a casting call in your area.  Working with Bryan Cranston and the crew of a big production company will teach you many things about the industry.

2 Comments on "Bryan Cranston’s New Film Casting in Chicago"

  1. I have always wanted to be an actress and me to be on a movie would be a dream come true. Applied every last role

  2. I'm short, fat, transgender, a former Digital Cinematography student of Full Sail University who came into YouTube notoriety through a viral video mistaken for being centered around World of Warcraft. This led me to star in a music video produced by Decon Records of NYC. Now living in Chicago, I'm known to my contributions to smaller nonprofits and the LGBTQ community. My tattoos, demeanor and natural ability to act and show great emotion make me a great fit to play an extra as a prisoner. Let me prove the stereotypes wrong and take on this role as a genuine transgender actor.

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