R.L. Stine’s “Fear Street” Atlanta Open Casting Call

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R.L. Stine’s “Fear Street” is now casting teen actors in Atlanta, Georgia.

Extras Casting Atlanta is looking for high school and middle school types to work on scenes filming on March and April in Atlanta, Georgia. Producers are also looking for football players, cheerleaders and bands to work on the movie.

About “Fear Street”:

According to Screen Rant, “Fear Street” is an upcoming movie trilogy. The movie version of R.L. Stine’s “Fear Street” is reportedly geared towards teenagers. Kiana Madeira and Olivia Welcha will star in all three of the “Fear Street” films. Both will be playing teens in the 1600s and in the mid-1990s who are trying to main their relationship in the small town of Shadyside. Madeira is known for her role in “Really Me” and Welch is known for her role on “Modern Family.”

How to apply:

A few things upcoming — we are looking for some middle and high school student types 13 to 16 years old — working in March and April — email a good clear recent photo of just you, not hats, sunglasses etc…, age and all parents contact info to: [email protected] TEEN in Subject

Then are you on your high school football team or a cheerleader or band — we are looking for a group that can work in their teams jersey and band and cheerleader uniforms — we can pay the individuals as extras as well as a donation to the school/team for using the uniforms — it will not be a game — just a sort of rally in the uniforms — if you go to a school that may be interested email us at: [email protected] – TEAM in Subject and we can provide more details

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Please do not apply, if you are not local or if you do not fit the description.

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