“Bad Boys 3” Atlanta Extras Casting Call for a Pool Scene

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Bad Boys 3 is now casting extras for a pool scene in Atlanta, Georgia.

According to reports, Catrett Casting is now casting background actors for Bad Boys 3. Catrett Casting is now seeking attractive men and women ages 30 to 40 years old with “Beach ready bodies” for an upcoming scene filming on Friday, March 22nd. Talents will be compensated $75/8 + $15 Fitting Bump and $15 Wet Bump. Filming will shoot in Atlanta, Georgia.

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About Bad Boys 3:

Details for the production have not been released. However, it is reported Bad Boys 3 will begin filming in Atlanta, Georgia starting this January. The sequel has been in development for a long time. Sony announced two Bad Boys moves in 2015, but there were several delays. Michael Bay directed the first two movies. Director Bay did not like the script and often told Smith and Lawrence in discussions about how the dialogue and scenes could improve. He often allowed them to improvise while the cameras were rolling. Moving forward, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah will be directing the sequel, which is set to hit theaters in early 2020.

How to Apply?


Seeking Attractive Males and Females, ages 30 – 40 ONLY, open ethnicity, with beach ready bodies. Please submit photos of your beach body (bikinis and swimming trunks) to be considered.

Date: Friday, March 22
Rate: $75/8 + $15 Fitting Bump and $15 Wet Bump (Heated Swimming Pool)
Location: Atlanta, GA

How to Submit:
To apply, please send name, age, height, weight, phone number, dress size & 3 photos to [email protected]


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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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