Issa Rae was the first black female host for the CFDA Awards. In one of her hosting moments the comedian brought up the impact black culture has had on fashion. Rae said designers use to 'make black clothes for white people that are too expensive for black people." But now artistic director at Louis Vuitton,Virgil Abloh, is "making clothes too expensive for everybody."

Now casting: Issa Rae movie needs hip millennials in Atlanta

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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'Little'

Issa Rae, the creator and star of "Insecure," will star in Universal Pictures' comedy "Little," according to deadline.com. The film also stars Marsai Martin ("Black-ish") and is directed by Tina Gordon and produced by Will Packer.

It tells the story of a woman who gets the chance to relieve her carefree younger life when her adult pressures become too much to bear.

What are they looking for?

Male and females are needed to portray employees at a contemporary, fashionable workplace. Think Silicon Valley, hip and young, such as the following looks: young hipster, edgy, techie-looking, skateboarder type, business casual with backpacks or shoulder bags.

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When are they filming?

A fitting will be held on July 19. Filming will be in downtown Atlanta on the following dates, and you must have open availability for every day:

  • July 26-27
  • July 30-31
  • Aug. 1-3
  • Aug. 6-7

How much does it pay?

Pay is $75 for eight hours.

How do I submit?

Send an e-mail to LITTLEmovieExtras@gmail.com with the subject line "JSI EMPLOYEE (ALL DATES)."

Include two photos (one headshot and one full body) of yourself looking fashionable and businesslike, yet trendy. Also submit your name, phone number, age, height and sizes (shirt, pants, jacket, etc.) If you have visible tattoos, state where they are, and also include your car type/model/year.

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