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Taraji P. Henson movie "Best of Enemies" seeks an African American choir

The movie "Best of Enemies," starring Taraji P. Henson, needs an African American choir for a scene filming later this month.

You'll need to be available June 21-23 and 26-29. Everyone involved must be 18 or older. Casting folks would like to see photos of your group and a performance video, if you have one. Send that info plus your choir's experience and a contact and number they can use to reach you to with CHURCH CHOIR in the subject line.

“Enemies” explores “North Carolina’s decision to integrate black and white schools,” according to casting info sent to us previously.

The project marks a return to Atlanta for Henson, who portrayed brilliant NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson in Atlanta-filmed and Oscar-nominated “Hidden Figures.”

MORE: Where “Hidden Figures” filmed throughout Atlanta

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