R.L. Stine’s “Fear Street” is now casting additional Atlanta high school actors in Atlanta, Georgia.Extras Casting Atlanta is looking for men and women ages 18 to 20 years old, all ethnicities, to play high school students. Producers are looking for all types including people who own marching band instruments. Filming will shoot on March 27th.
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:UPCOMING FOR WEDNESDAY 3-27 in SE Atlanta area - we are looking for men and women 18 - 20 years old - all ethnicities to portray high school students -- looking for all types -- email a recent photo and all contact info to: [email protected] - HIGH SCHOOL in Subject Also looking for a few folks for 3-27 that can bring marching band type instruments -- email pics and contact info also to: [email protected] - BAND in Subject Related: How to Find Acting Auditions and Casting Calls
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