If you're a big Italian dude and you also happen to have the acting bug, here's your chance to conquer the big screen.

Actor David Arquette is starring in a movie titled 'Apalachin' that will soon begin filming in the Hudson Valley, and they're looking for men who could fill the roles of 1950's mobsters.

In a Facebook post 'Hudson Valley Casting' says the film will be shooting around Newburgh, NY and will pay around $88 per day, plus overtime.

The post says you must be available for three non-consecutive days of filming - September 8, September 11 and September 12 this year.

If you'd like to take a shot at landing a role and you fit the description, you'll need to send two pictures of yourself including one full-length along with your shirt, suit, pants, shoes sizes and your contact information to amyheidicastingassociates@gmail.com - SUBJECT SEPT. MOBSTER.

According to Deadline.com, 'Apalachin' is based on a true story about a NYS Trooper named Ed Croswell who stops mobster Vito Genovese from holding a summit of more than 50 mobsters in the town of Apalachin in 1957, and exposed the mob to the American public without even knowing he did so.

IMDB.com says 'Apalachin' is scheduled to be released in 2019.

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