Now casting: Taraji P. Henson movie needs young boys

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The actress and singer was born Sept. 11, 1970. She graduated from Howard University with a drama degree. Her breakout film was 2001's "Baby Boy," which starred Tyrese. The Oscar-nominee has worked alongside Brad Pitt, Tyler Perry and more. Her credits include "Empire," "Hidden Figures," and "Acrimony." In 2016, she released her memoir "Around the Way Girl."

Taraji P. Henson will star in “What Men Want,” which is inspired by the 2000 romantic comedy “What Women Want”

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.

Taraji P. Henson will star with Tracy Morgan and Aldis Hodge in the comedy "What Men Want," according to Variety. The movie is inspired by the 2000 romantic comedy "What Women Want," which starred Mel Gibson as a marketing executive who could hear what women are thinking. In "What Men Want," the roles are reserved, and Henson, who portrays a sports agent, can hear men's thoughts.

What are they looking for?

Caucasian boys age 6-7 are needed for a birthday party scene. Submit only if your child has a certification number for work permit approval from the Department of Labor. Don't submit for kids who are ages other than 6-7.

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When are they filming?

Filming will be on May 16 in Decatur at a call time to be determined.

How much does it pay?

Pay is $88 for eight hours.

How to submit?

Send an email to BGKids.Mhc@gmail.com with the subject line "Kid 5/16." Include three recent photos of your child as well as the parent's name, child's name and age, telephone number, child's certification number, last four digits of his or her Social Security number and date of birth. List your distance to southeast Atlanta and any set experience your child has. Include your child's height, weight and sizes (shirt, pants and shoe).

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