‘Goosebumps’ The Movie Casting Call for a Haunted House Scene in Atlanta

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‘Goosebumps’ the movie posted a casting call for teenagers in Atlanta

UPDATE (May 30, 2014): Casting directors are now casting for additional roles in Atlanta.

CL casting is currently seeking 16 to 17 year olds to work on June 3rd in Atlanta. They are looking for all different ethnicities, looks, and sizes.

The movie centers on a young kid teams up with the niece of young adult horror author R.L. Stine after the writer’s imaginary demons are set free on the town of Greendale, Maryland. The movie stars, Jack Black and will film in Atlanta, Georgia.

Sony pictures is picking up the Goosebumps movie starring Jack Black as an R.L. Stinewriter who finds his horrific creatings coming to life. If the movie is anything like the books, expect the movie to have cliffhangers every five minutes.

For more details, check out the casting call below:

“Goosebumps” the Movie Casting Call

NOW CASTING 16 & 17 Year olds for GOOSEBUMPS! Seeking true 16-17 year olds to work JUNE 3rd. All ethnicities, all looks, all sizes! To apply, please email three photos, your height, weight, age, and phone number to [email protected]
Subject: TRUE 16-17 Year Old
*You MUST be 16 or 17 by June 3rd. 15 year olds cannot be considered!

UPDATE: Casting directors are seeking to cast for a haunted house scene filming in Atlanta, Georgia.

HAUNTED HIGH SCHOOL

Calling all High School Students……….

MINORS Ages 16-17 (CANNOT BE YOUNGER THAN 16)
YOUNG ADULTS Ages 18-22 That look like 18 year old

We want you for our Feature Film “Goosebumps” based on the series of books by R.L. Stine. I am sure you can imagine what kind of fun this will be if you know the series.

Work Date: June 3rd
Atlanta Area
Day Shoot

If you are avail June 3rd and fit the description then please e-mail [email protected]. Include 3 pics (head and body) age, ht, wt, and all contact info. Please put MINOR or YOUNG ADULT in the subject.

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