Toronto Casting Call Says It Will Pay You To Be In A New Netflix Movie With Mila Kunis

The call is looking for 50 actors right now!

Toronto Staff Writer

Mila Kunis' new Netflix movie needs 50 Toronto actors with polished country club vibes to act alongside her.

The thriller, titledLuckiest Girl Alive, is based on a novel by Jessica Knoll and is set to be released in 2022, according to IMDb.

Kleiman Casting told Narcity that it is currently looking for "high-end" looking individuals 18 years old and up who would fit the "classic conservative appearance" and fit into places like the "country club, polo club, Hamptons, etc."

For women, that means no fake or gel nails and no eyelash extensions or false lashes. Men will be required to have a clean shave and be open to a haircut if needed.

The pay for non-union actors will be $14.25 per hour; however, ACTRA talent may also apply.

The shoot will take place in Cobourg, Ontario, on July 28, and actors will be required to take three COVID-19 tests on July 26, July 21, and July 23 before shoots days and fittings.*

The company also told Narcity that some of the 50 background actors will even receive "additional continuity dates."

"Luckiest Girl Alive" Casting Call

Salary: $14.25/hr

Company: Kleiman Casting

Who Should Apply: Anyone who has dreamed of working with Mila Kunis!

Apply Here

*This article has been updated.

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