Photo: David Buchan/Getty Images/For the AJC
Photo: David Buchan/Getty Images/For the AJC

Now casting: Mila Kunis movie seeking extras for SkyZone scene

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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‘Bad Moms 2’

Mila KunisKristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn are reprising their roles as stressed-out moms from the original “Bad Moms.” In the sequel, the moms are dealing with their mothers coming to visit over Christmas.

What are they looking for?

Men and women of all ethnicities, age 25 and older, are needed to portray parents at Sky Zone (Subject: “HAPPY MEAL”). 

Men and women of all ethnicities, age 18 and up, are also needed to portray minors in the same scene - and you’ll get to play on the trampolines. (Subject: “TRAMP”)

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When are they filming?

Filming will take place on June 7, 8 and 9 in Newnan. You can work on all three days if you’d like to, but you’re not required to. They may be split or night calls, but this hasn’t been determined yet.

How much does it pay?

Pay is $88 for 10 hours of work for either role, along with a $15 gas bump.

How do I submit?

Send your information in an email to NEWNANCASTING@GMAIL.COM with the correct subject line ("HAPPY MEAL” or “TRAMP”, depending on the role you’re submitting for). Note which day(s) you’ll be available for. Also include a photo of yourself, along with your height, weight, clothing sizes and phone number. 

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