While some celebrities turn to social media to help raise funds for their independent movies, Jason Reitman (Labor Day) is looking for a purer form of assistance, in the currency of information. On his Twitter account today, Reitman posted a bit of dialogue and a character description for a role in his upcoming, and as of yet untitled film. From what Reitman posted, it sounds as if he’s looking for a younger version of Quinton Aaron, whose breakthrough role came by playing Michael Oher in The Blind Side.
Hit the jump to see if you’ve got what he’s looking for or know someone who does.
Here’s what Reitman posted on his Twitter account earlier today:
Need help casting my film! Know a teen football player who’s a quiet thoughtful giant? See the attached script! pic.twitter.com/kIpG0rUco7
Sean Connery is surely thrilled.
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