Now casting: Clint Eastwood film needs blue collar types in Rome

Are you ready to make your mark on Atlanta's film and TV industry? Are you the next Tyler Perry? ATL is in need of young stars. Check out the Peach City's latest casting call for your chance at fame.

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'The Mule'

Clint Eastwood is set to produce, direct and star in "The Mule," a Warner Bros. film, according to The Playlist. It's based on a true story about 90-year-old World War II veteran and horticulturalist Leo Sharp, who became a drug mule for a Mexican cartel.

Eastwood previously worked on "15:17 to Paris" and "Trouble with the Curve" in Atlanta.

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What are they looking for?

Blue collar-type men of all ethnicities and age 25-55 are needed to portray construction workers commuting to work in a truck driven by a stunt driver (at normal speed).

You should be a new face to the film or a repeat only if you weren't used at all.

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When are they filming?

Filming will be in Rome during the daytime on July 6.

How much does it pay?

Pay is $100 for eight hours with overtime after that.

How do I submit?

Send an e-mail to and put "MONTAGE CONSTRUCTION" in the subject line.

Submit current clear, photos - one from the chest up (face) and one from the knees up (full body). A photo of you looking the part is ideal.

List your first and last name, phone number(s), city and state where you'll be coming from, email address, age, ethnicity, height and weight. Include your sizes: jacket, neck, sleeve, waist, inseam and shoe.

List what blue-collar attire you have that is suitable for portraying a construction worker (shirts, vests, hats, etc.) Also list "NEW FACE" or "REPEAT BUT NOT USED."

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