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A cascade of casting calls flows from Atlanta's booming screen scene

Got some free time and want to be in a movie or television show?

Atlanta's booming film industry can hook you up. Here's a roundup of recent casting calls:

The AMC series "Halt and Catch Fire" needs extras proficient in multiple languages. Click here for info and details.

A movie starring Channing Tatum needs millennials. Here's the scoop.

"Ant-Man" starring Paul Rudd was the first Marvel film to christen metro Atlanta's Pinewood Studios facility and it was such a hit they're making a sequel. Here's how to get involved.

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Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson just can't quit us. After filming "Baywatch," "Jumanji," and a few of the "Fast and Furious" movies in metro Atlanta and elsewhere in Georgia, he's back for "Rampage." Here's how you can join the fun.

Marvel totally hearts us too. "Avengers: Infinity War" and "Avengers: Whatever They Call the Next One" are filming concurrently this summer, with a combined budget of $1 billion. One of the line items is this casting call for hippies.

You're not squeamish, right? A project starring Tracy Morgan needs people who are OK with fake blood. Read on if your stomach permits.

Clifford Harris Jr. stays busy in Atlanta, recording music, running a strip club, starring in a reality television series and occasionally making movies. The Renaissance man also known as T.I. needs extras for this project.

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