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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‘The Last Full Measure’
The movie is a political drama that’s based on a true story of a young Pentagon investigator who’s battling Washington’s political machine, according to Deadline. It stars Peter Fonda, Sebastian Stan, Christopher Plummer, William Hurt, Samuel L. Jackson and Grant Gustin.
What are they looking for?
The following roles are being cast for Pentagon scenes. They’re looking for people age 22-65, all ethnicities. Fresh faces as well as repeats are OK if you weren’t featured in other scenes.
When are they filming?
Filming will take place in downtown Atlanta on April 22, starting at approximately 8 a.m. and continuing all day.
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How much does it pay?
Pay is $64 for eight hours of work.
How do I submit?
Send an email to extras@TSCasting.com, and put “SAT PENTAGON” in the subject line. Include current photos – one from the shoulders up and one from the knees up. Your hair color and length should be visible in at least one photo, and if you’re in the military, a photo of you in uniform is ideal.
Also include the following information: first and last name, phone number(s), email address, city and state where you live or will be coming from, age, height and weight. If you’re a man, list your sizes for jacket/coat, collar, sleeve, waist, inseam and shoe. Women should list their sizes for dresses, pants, bust/bra/cup, waist and shoe.
List any military experience and also include whether you’re a NEW FACE or REPEAT (and what scene you worked in).
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