Calling all actors! Dunkirk and The Dark Knight Rises casting agency on the hunt for extras for TV series to be filmed in Ely

Part of box office smash Assassin's Creed was filmed in Ely last year, and this year film crews are to return to the city to film a mystery TV series.

Part of box office smash Assassin's Creed was filmed in Ely last year, and this year film crews are to return to the city to film a mystery TV series.

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A casting agency that has worked on box office smashes such as The Dark Knight Rises, Dunkirk and X-Men is looking for extras to feature in a mystery television series being shot in Cambridge and Ely.

Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum and Sean Bean all have shot scenes for films in Ely - now 2020 Casting Agency is inviting the people of East Cambridgeshire to become extras in a new TV show. Mila Kunis, Channing Tatum and Sean Bean all have shot scenes for films in Ely - now 2020 Casting Agency is inviting the people of East Cambridgeshire to become extras in a new TV show.

2020 Casting is looking for men and women between the ages of 16 and 99 to film in the cities next month.

A spokesman said: “The production is set in the present day and will be shooting several large scenes throughout September.

“We really want to get as many local people involved in this production as possible. It’s a great opportunity for anyone interested in film and TV or simply anyone who would like the experience on a film set and to earn some extra cash.”

If you are interested, visit www.2020casting.com and register, which includes providing measurements, a head and shoulders photo as well as a full body photo against a plain background.

Applicants must have the right to work in the UK and any applicants based locally who may have already registered will be automatically considered.

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