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Now casting: Dwayne Johnson movie needs featured boy

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 Jungle Cruise'

Dwayne "The Rock" JohnsonEmily Blunt and British comedian and actor Jack Whitehall will star in Disney's "The Jungle Cruise," according to Variety. The movie is based on Disney's classic theme park attraction of the same name.

What are they looking for?

A featured boy who is Caucasian or lighter-skinned Hispanic (Spain) with brown hair and is age 7-13 is needed. Green or blue eyes are ideal. This is a featured role in which the child is portraying a younger version of the lead actor in a flashback montage. He should be well-behaved and confident – not shy. Acting experience or experience on-set is a plus but isn't mandatory.

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When are they filming?

Filming will be in Atlanta on Sept. 15, and an interview will be held in Atlanta on Aug. 29 after school.

How much does it pay?

Pay is $200 for eight hours with overtime after that. (Minors work only eight or nine hours.)

How do I submit?

Send an e-mail to projects1@tscasting.com with "FLASHBACK BOY" in the subject line. Include current, clear face photos – one from the chest up and one full-length photo from the knees up. The child should be wearing a tank top and shorts that aren't too baggy. He should not be smiling, and casting must be able to see his current hair length. If he has professional head shots, the above photos must be sent as well.

List his first and last name, the first and last name of the parent, phone number(s), city and state where you'll be coming from, email address, ethnicity, age, height, weight and eye color. Also include kids sizes – pants, shirt and shoe. If he has set experience, list this in a few sentences or one paragraph under the stats in the body of the submission.

If you're submitting more than one child, submit them together, but only one may be chosen.

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