Our CEO Mark Koesterer and Casting Director Rene Haynes from Crooked Arrows were in Baltimore last week and became local celebrities in the process.
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We hope to see you in Baltimore this weekend at our Crooked Arrows Casting Call.
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Here is a behind the scenes look at practice for Home and Away. As always, Coach Mark Ellis was there getting the players ready for the cameras.
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In anticipation of this weekend’s casting call, Sports Studio decided to check in with the producers of the film itself, J. Todd Harris and Mitchell Peck. We asked about the movie, the casting call and of course, the sport of lacrosse– the driving force behind the film.
Sports Studio Casting: What made you decide to make Crooked Arrows?
Todd & I decided to make this movie because we realized that there was a terrific opportunity to be first to market with a mainstream lacrosse movie for a fan base of lacrosse-lovers that stretches back 80+ years, comprised of boys/girls/men/women, who are passionate and extremely loyal (“evergreen”) — and which also had legitimate “cross-over” appeal to a much larger audience.
We knew the studio system wouldn’t make a lacrosse movie because they were primarily interested in baseball, football, and basketball sports movies.
However, we were aware of the fact that lacrosse had reached a pivotal “tipping point” in pop culture, from beloved niche sport to a fully mainstream athletic activity.
And now it’s the fastest growing sport in the country, and regarded as the “cool” sport in high schools & colleges wherever it’s played, etc. It’s basically a mainstream studio movie with commercial DNA — broadly appealing, relevant, with a built-in audience, crossover appeal, and franchise potential — that we’re making independently.
SSC:What is the movie about?
It’s the story of a Native American high school team which gets kissed into the prep school league finds itself on an unlikely journey to the prep school championship. Their reluctant coach is the son of Tribe’s Chairman, who has returned to his reservation to build a casino but is told he can only do that if he “reexamines his spirit,” which for his father means coaching the lacrosse team.
SSC: What is the potential for this movie as it relates to what it can do for the lacrosse community?
We hope the movie will delight the rabid lacrosse base of fans who have been waiting for their movie. We also think it can spread the gospel of lacrosse to people who have never heard of the sport or barely know – and certainly don’t know that its origins are Native American.
SSC: Why do a open event casting call?
We’re looking for real lacrosse players. Our motto has always been that it will be easier to get some real lacrosse players to say a few lines than it will be to get actors to learn lacrosse and be credible. Our goal is to have great lacrosse in this movie. We have to thrill that base of fans.
Register for your spot at the casting call at SportsStudioCasting.com
SSC: What can you tell someone who is thinking about coming to the casting call?
Come ready to hustle and show your moves. Check out our website so you know what the movie is about and can see Coach Ellis in action as he puts athletes through their drills. Make sure you bone up a little before the audition.
Any last thoughts?
We’re thrilled to be making this movie and want the whole lacrosse world to take ownership of it and have a hand in its success.
For more information about the movie, check out CrookedArrows.com
To learn more about the casting call click HERE
Here are some great looks at our SportsStudioCasting.com guys doing work on the set of USA Network’s newest show- Necessary Roughness. Enjoy the pictures.
Sports Studio is looking for HIGH SCHOOL LOOKING male basketball and baseball players in their own backyard. This is for an upcoming Adidas print ad. We cast football and soccer players for this same campaign and now their ads are running in Dick’s Sporting Goods!
We are looking for both principals and special ability extras. You should not have any visible tattoos.This will shoot in the Los Angeles area on June 3rd. We will hold a casting call on May 31st with potential callbacks on June 1st.
If you are a male baseball or basketball player, age 18-25, please submit your profile. You can be union or non-union.
We will contact you by May 28th if you are selected for an audition. You will be emailed the details. Thanks!
Make sure to submit your profile for the job on SportsStudioCasting.com.
The biggest weekend in lacrosse just got bigger.
Sports Studio, Reebok and Inside Lacrosse have teamed up to produce the first ever lacrosse movie, Crooked Arrows. And this Memorial Day Weekend, they’re bringing an open casting call to the NCAA Final Four in Baltimore.
That’s right, you have a chance to be in a real Hollywood movie about a sport you love.Crooked Arrows will tell the story of a Native American high school lacrosse team’s improbable run to the prep league championship game. The film is set to hit theaters nationwide next Spring.
We are looking for lacrosse players ages 18-25, men and women for roles in the most important thing to hit lacrosse since plastic. And that’s no exaggeration.
Don’t miss out on your opportunity to be a part of this lasting monument for the sport of lacrosse and the community around it.
Once you’ve submitted your profile for Crooked Arrows, you will receive exclusive updates and information about the casting call that you won’t get anywhere else. You must create and submit a profile to be eligible for the try-out.
Sign up and we’ll see you outside M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore on the 28th and 29th.
For exclusive updates and behind the scenes looks at the movie, go to CrookedArrows.com.
To sign up for the Casting Call go to SportsStudioCasting.com.
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