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.
The movie stars Russell Crowe, Nicole Kidman and Lucas Hedges ("Manchester by the Sea"). Hedges will portray a minister's son who is outed to his parents and then pressured into a gay conversion program, according to Hollywood Reporter.
What are they looking for?
The following roles are being cast:
Teens at a lake party – ages 16 to 18 and must be comfortable being in a bathing suit on camera and most likely getting wet. No tattoos or piercings. (Subject: LAKE PARTY)
Staff – a wide range of men and women age 18 to 60, all ethnicities (Subject: STAFF)
Pentecostal minister – a real minister (Subject: MINISTER)
Church rock band – with experience (Subject: CHURCH BAND)
Cars – model year 2004 and older (Subject: BE CARS)
When are they filming?
Tentative filming dates and location vary according to the role:
Lake party – A late call at Stone Mountain is scheduled for Sept. 8. You'll be working into the morning.
Staff – Filming in Decatur is scheduled for Sept. 12-15, 18-22 and 25-27. You don't need to be available for all these days, but you should be available for most.
Minister and Church band – Filming is scheduled for Oct. 25 in Decatur.
BE cars – Filming is scheduled in and around Atlanta from Sept. 8 until the end of October.
How much does it pay?
Pay is $64 for eight hours for lake party teens and staff. It's yet to be determined for the minister and church band, and cars will earn a $25 bump.
How do I submit?
Send three new, updated pictures of yourself (head, body and profile) as well as your age, height, weight and all contact information to Extras@RoseLockeCasting.com. Include the correct subject line, and if you're submitting for the lake party teen role, include a photo showing you in a bathing suit.
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