Thunder Run: Movie with Gerrard Butler Castings

Thunder Run
Thunder Run

Gerard Butler, Sam Worthington, and Matthew McConaughey have all signed on to star the Iraq War movie,Thunder RunThe film is going to be a 3D action thiller and it began production earlier this summer and will be directed by Simon West and written by Ken  Nolan who wrote Black Hawk Down, another very popular war movie. Thunder Run is  billed as the “first-ever conventional war film made to utilize this revolutionary facial and motion capture technology and state of the art CG and 3D.  Most of the filming is taking place in Louisiana and the casting directors are now looking for extras and day roles to play in the new film that is set to release sometimes in 2013, we will let you know as soon as we know the exact day.

Thunder Run is set in April 2003 and tells the story of a bloody capture of a city. Three battalions and fewer than a thousand men launched a violent attack of tanks and Bradley Fighting Vehicles into the heart of a city of five million people, starting a three day blitzkrieg, which military professionals often call  a lightning strike, or “Thunder Run”. In telling the story of the surprise assault on Baghdad – one of the most decisive battles in recent American combat history. Thunder Run paints a perfect picture of soldiers on the front line and the realities of the war that is going on in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The casting directors are now looking for extras and day roles to play as civilians and soldiers in the new film. If you would like to audition for the movie please submit an application along with a photo and resume. Talent that are booked for the role must be willing to travel to Louisiana for the filming. Please keep checking back often for more information on casting dates and times, and as awalys please leave us a comment.

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