You Can Play An Alien War Survivor In Chris Pratt's New Movie Next Month
Getting paid to stand next to Chris Pratt? Yes, please!
Unless you've been living under a rock, you know that Chris Pratt's latest movie in the works has taken over Atlanta. At any given moment, you can spot him and the rest of the cast of Ghost Draft filming all over the city. With all the non-stop filming comes another chance for you to be a part of the action. You can be an extra Chris Pratt's new movie filming in Atlanta next month, and believe us, we're already submitting our headshots.
You've probably driven around downtown and inadvertently spotted some signs that say "Boneyard." While that may have been meaningless to you at the moment, that's actually the code name for theYou yourself might be pulling up to one if you're cast in their latest casting call.
The highly anticipated sci-fi thriller has beenand they're looking for even more ATLiens (literally) for Nov. 7.
If you think you can embody what it means to be a refugee after an alien war, sign up. They're looking for 18 to 75-year-olds to play refugees. It's open to all types, all ethnicities, and all new faces.
Unfortunately, if you've already had your 15 minutes of fame alongside the beloved Chris Pratt and been an extra, you can't sign up for this call.
Not only will you get to hang out next to the stars, but you'll also be paid and fed. The extras rate is $80 with overtime after eight hours. It's usually a long day on set, so you'll likely run into some overtime. You even get paid $20 for the fitting.
With all the opportunities there are to be in movies in the Hollywood of the South, you're guaranteed to be a star in no time.