Now casting: ‘Dynasty’ filmed party 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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‘Dynasty’

The original “Dynasty” was a glitzy, glamorous nighttime soap that aired throughout the ‘80s. The series reboot will air on the CW, and Esther and Richard Shapiro, creators of the original series, will be back on board.

The new cast will be more diverse than what was shown in the original series, and the plot will center around two women: Fallon Carrington who’s the daughter of billionaire Blake Carrington, and Cristal, a Hispanic woman who will soon marry Blake. 

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What are they looking for?

An upscale hip hop club scene is being cast. To get an idea of what they’re looking for, think about clubs you know that have a dress code where hats, tennis shoes, excessively baggy clothes, etc. are not permitted.

Partyers – males and females, age 21 to 40, any ethnicity (Subject: Partyers)

Partyers w/car – males and females, age 21 to 40, any ethnicity, with a luxury car that can be used on set. The car must be a color other than red or white. (Subject: Partyers w/car)

Bartenders – men ages 25 to 40, any ethnicity (Subject: Bartenders)

Valet – men, ages 25 to 40, any ethnicity (Subject: Valet)


When are they filming?

Filming will take place in Atlanta on Aug. 15.

How much does it pay?

Pay is $88 for eight hours of work with overtime after that. Expect to work at least 10 to 12 hours.

How do I submit?

Send an email with recent photos that are appropriate for the role you’re submitting for, your legal name, age, phone, height, weight and all clothing sizes (including shoes) to DynastyExtrasCasting@gmail.com and put the role you’re submitting for in the subject line. Include any bartending or valet experience you have.

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