Saturday, February 2, 2013

Casting indy feature film 'The Last of Robin Hood' ft. Dakota Fanning

Casting indy feature film 'The Last of Robin Hood' ft. Dakota Fanning

Big Indie Pictures in association with Killer Films is going into production next week on the true story feature film "The Last of Robin Hood". Filming is taking place in Atlanta, GA through March, 2013. Principal actor casting directors in Los Angeles, New York, and Atlanta are holding auditions for supporting and day player roles. Extras, photo-doubles, and stand-ins are being cast in Atlanta throughout the shoot.

"The Last of Robin Hood" is based on Australian actor Errol Flynn’s last days before he died of a heart attack at age 50, and his relationship with seventeen year-old actress Beverly Aadland. Beverly was a girl allegedly seduced by Flynn when she was only 15 after the two met at Hollywood Professional School. Flynn cast her in his final film, Cuban Rebel Girls. Aadland stated that he planned to marry her and move to their new house in Jamaica, but during a trip together to Vancouver, British Columbia, he died of a heart attack. Beverly’s stage mother Florence Aadland wanted to be a star herself but ended up living vicariously through her daughter.

The terrific cast includes three-time Young Artist Awards winner Dakota Fanning in the role of Beverly Aadland; Academy Award winner Kevin Kline is portraying the freewheeling, hedonistic actor Errol Flynn; and Academy Award winner Susan Sarandon is playing Beverly's mother Florence Aadland. Fanning recently completed shooting the feature film "Effie" playing the title role of Euphemia 'Effie' Gray. Effie was the naturally outgoing and flirtatious teenage bride of John Ruskin, the leading English art critic of the Victorian era.

Independent Spirit Award winning filmmakers Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland will direct "The Last of Robin Hood" from a screenplay that they wrote themselves. Glatzer and Westmoreland most recently produced "Pedro," a film about Pedro Zamora, a Cuban-American AIDS educator and television personality. The two partners came into mainstream prominence with the GayVN Award winning film "The Fluffer," about obsession and power relations within the adult video industry. They also wrote and directed the Sony Pictures Classics feature film "QuinceaƱera," which follows the lives of two young Mexican American cousins who become estranged from their families.

Two-time Primetime Emmy Award nominee Declan Baldwin will produce for Big Indie Pictures. Two-time Primetime Emmy Award nominees Pamela Koffler and Christine Vachon are producing for Killer Films. In addition to co-writing and co-directing, Wash Westmoreland will also serve as producer. Maggie Malina will executive produce. Malina also was executive producer on the Richard Glatzer and Wash Westmoreland produced film "Pedro".

Talent must and be legally eligible to work in Atlanta, GA and the United States.


Submit photos and resumes by mail only.
No phone calls or personal drop-offs.

Los Angeles:

Rich Delia
Barden/Schnee Casting
1513 6th Street
Suite 105
Santa Monica, CA 90401

New York:

Allison Estrin
Barden/Schnee Casting
150 W. 28th Street
Suite 402
New York, NY 10001


Tracy Kilpatrick
The Casting Office, Inc.
996 Huff Road
Suite C
Atlanta, GA 30318

Extras Casting


Tammy Smith Casting
2870 Peachtree Road
Suite 818
Atlanta, GA 30305

Georgia Extras Registration

Film Crew Members


Experienced film crew members in the Atlanta, CA area can email resumesto:


Production Companies:

Do NOT send photos and resumes to the production companies, as they will most likely end up being thrown away. They do not cast the films, rather they hire casting directors who sort through the thousands of submissions.

Killer Films
18 East 16th Street
Fourth Floor
New York, NY 10003

Big Indie Pictures
330 West 42nd Street
Suite 1107
New York, NY 10036


Declan Baldwin
Christine Vachon
Pam Koffler
Maggie Malina
Wash Westmoreland


Richard Glatzer
Wash Westmoreland


Kevin Kline - Errol Flynn
Dakota Fanning - Beverly Aadland
Susan Sarandon - Florence Aadland
Hannah Bryan - Jan Brooks/Jane Eyre


Based on screen legend Errol Flynn's (Kevin Kline) last days before he died of a heart attack at age 50, follows his relationship with 17 year-old Beverly Aadland (Dakota Fanning), an actress who was allegedly seduced by Flynn when she was only 15 years-old and eventually grew to love the "Adventures of Robin Hood" star. She also co-starred in Flynn's last film "Cuban Rebel Girls."