Spike Lee’s Boxing TV Show Casting Call
- June 22nd, 2011
By Scoop Malinowski
Spike Lee’s boxing film project about Joe Louis and Max Schmeling, which involved Bert Sugar and the late/great Budd Schulberg, unfortunately never got off the ground a few years ago. But now the acclaimed motion picture director is back again for round two, and this time he has a boxing television show idea.
Lee is currently in the casting process, which will take place this weekend.
Here is the info:
OPEN CASTING CALL
KIM COLEMAN CASTING IS LOOKING FOR PRO/AMATEUR BOXERS!!!
IF YOU ARE AN AFRICAN-AMERICAN MALE WITH BOXING EXPERIENCE BETWEEN THE AGES OF 18-21 WE WOULD LOVE TO MEET YOU FOR A NEW TVSHOW!
from director SPIKE LEE
SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 2011 from 12-3PM
NEW BED-STUY BOXING
275 MARCUS GARVEY BLVD.BROOKLYN, NY 11221
SEE YOU THERE!!!
FOR MORE INFO,
PLEASE CONTACT: Steven Chew, Jr.
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