Toei Seeking Over 3000 Extras For Upcoming Kamen Rider Build Summer Movie

Toei has announced they are seeking up to extras for the upcoming Kamen Rider Build movie for Summer 2018. The filming will take place in Kitakyushu on Kyushu Island.

There are various locations for each scene. Volunteers should be in good health to participate and have breakfast before arriving on-set. There will be certain filming specifications according to gender.

Filming will take place in mid-May, starting on Saturday, May 12th (or May 13th if raining):
Saturday May 12-13, and May 19: People of any age groups can apply
Saturday May 13-17: People 15 years and older
Friday, May 18: Families and groups

Toei has announced details for each of the filmings. Please note that times are approximate and may change.

First shooting date details:
Saturday, May 12th (or May 13th if raining):
The filming will take place in a field from 6:00 to 18:00. The setting will be an audience listening to a politician’s speech and the crowd witnessing a confrontation between Kamen Riders. Since the filming will take place in warm weather, volunteers should wear Summer clothing and take precautions to prevent heat stroke and sunburns. Up to 3000 extras are sought for this scene.

Second shooting date details:
Sunday, May 13th (or May 18th if raining):
The filming will take place from 6:30 to 10:30. The setting is a group protesting against Kamen Rider. Since the filming will take place in warm weather, volunteers should wear Summer clothing and take precautions to prevent heat stroke and sunburns. There is a possibility volunteers will have to run or walk, so please wear appropriate clothing. Up to 400 extras are sought for this scene.

Third shooting date details:
Monday, May 14th (or May 18th if raining):
The filming will take place from 6:30 to 19:00. The setting is a group protesting against Kamen Rider. There is a possibility volunteers will have to run or walk, so please wear appropriate clothing. Lunch will be provided for volunteers. Up to 40 extras are sought for this scene.

Fourth shooting date details:
Tuesday, May 15th (or May 18th if raining):
The filming will take place in a field from 6:30 to 10:00. The setting for the scene are groups protesting against Kamen Rider. There is a possibility volunteers will have to run or walk, so please wear appropriate clothing. Up to 100 extras are sought for this scene.

Fifth shooting date details:
Tuesday, May 15th :
The filming will take place from 12:00 to 19:00. The setting is a group protesting against Kamen Rider. Since the filming will take place in warm weather, volunteers should wear Summer clothing and take precautions to prevent heat stroke and sunburns. There is a possibility volunteers will have to run or walk, so please wear appropriate clothing. Please have lunch before arriving on-set. Up to 400 extras are sought for this scene.

Sixth shooting date details:
Wednesday, May 16th (or May 18th if raining):
The filming will take place from 6:30 to 14:00. The setting is a group protesting against Kamen Rider. There is a possibility volunteers will have to run or walk, so please wear appropriate clothing. Up to 20 extras are sought for this scene.

Seventh shooting date details:
Thursday, May 17th:
The filming will take place from 6:30 to 14:00. The setting is a group protesting against Kamen Rider. There is a possibility volunteers will have to run or walk, so please wear appropriate clothing. Up to 20 extras are sought for this scene.

Applications are currently open on Toei’s website until Sunday, May 6, 2018. Only people chosen to participate will be accepted.

Please note that this is an unpaid position. All volunteers will receive limited original Kamen Rider Build goods that are not available anywhere else.

Volunteers will not have the opportunity to speak to the cast or shake their hands. Mobile phones and cameras are not accepted on-set and posting about the experience on social media or forums is prohibited.

The release date for the upcoming Kamen Rider Build movie is planned for August 4, 2018.

Note: We do not know if overseas applications are accepted. Toei often does calls for unpaid extras. We are NOT affiliated with the company. Please contact Toei with any questions, concerns, and/or criticisms about being an extra.

 


 

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