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HBO/Cinemax Looking to Hire Extras for Quarry

A press release was sent out today in the Mississippi area saying that HBO/Cinemax is looking to hire paid extras of all ages to be in the pilot episode of Quarry, Mary’s new upcoming show. Among that, a little bit of info was released:

An HBO/Cinemax TV show, QUARRY, is hiring paid Extras ( all ages, types, ethnicities) )  to work on the pilot episode. No previous experience necessary!

The project begins filming July 22, 2013 in Mississippi (Horn Lake area) for 12 days.

To sign up, please email 3 recent photos-they need to see your face-as well as the length of your hair, front & back).  Include height, weight, age, all clothing sizes (including shoe size), telephone number (so they can reach you) to:

QUARRY is based on a series of novels by Max Allan Collins and is set in the 1970s.  The story focuses on a Marine sniper, Quarry, played by Logan Marshall-Green (PROMETHEUS, 24, THE OC, DARK BLUE) who returns home from Vietnam and finds himself shunned by family as well as the American public.  He’s recruited into a network of corrupted killers. Quarry alsoco-stars  Stellan Skarsgard (THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO).

John Hillcoat is directing ( LAWLESS, THE ROAD).


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Mary Starring in New Cinemax Show!

Woah. This is amazing news…and unexpected! The Wrap has just reported that Mary Elizabeth Winstead has been cast on the Cinemax drama pilot, “Quarry,” opposite star Logan Marshall Green.

She will play Joni, Quarry’s (Green) wife, who is one of the few who stands by her husband after her returns from the Vietnam War.

Written by Graham Gordy and Michael D. Fuller, the project follows Quarry, a Vietnam vet who evidently learned his lessons all too well during his time overseas. Now he’s home, earning a living as a cold, remorseless hitman, taking orders from a man called simply The Broker (Stellan Skarsgard).

Directed by John Hillcoat, the project is based on Max Allen Collins’ pulp detective novels and it’s set in the 70s.

Congrats, Mary!! This sounds really exciting!