HBO,Cinemax TV show to film in Horn-Lake | Arts & Culture
The HBO,Cinemax TV show "Quarry" will begin filming in the Horn-Lake area of Mississippi and Memphis for a total of 13 days.
'Quarry' is a client of The Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission, The Tennessee Film, Entertainment and Music Commission and The Mississippi Film Office.
The project is hiring hundreds of paid extras of all ages and ethnicities to work on the pilot episode. No previous is experience necessary, but applicants must live in the Memphis or Southaven area.
Additional specific needs:
— Older men and women, especially Caucasian & African American, ages 40 to 80.
— Cars or pickup trucks, 1964 to 1973: any color (must be drivable); not necessary that vehicles are completely restored.
To sign up, please email three recent photos to email@example.com. Casting needs to see your face, as well as the length of your hair, front and back. Include height, weight, age, all clothing sizes (including shoe size), and a telephone number.
The production department is seeking a Memphis area-experienced locals' crew. Send production resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Quarry" is based on a series of novels by Max Allan Collins and set in the 1970s. The story focuses on a Marine sniper, Quarry, played by Logan Marshall-Green who returns home from Vietnam and finds himself shunned by family as well as the American public. He’s recruited into a network of corrupted killers. Quarry also co-stars Stellan Skarsgard.
John Hillcoat is directing. Other cast members include Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Noah Taylor, and Skipp Sudduth.