Now casting extras for the upcoming “Fear Street” movie based on the R.L. Stein book series.
Extras casting directors in Atlanta with ECA are currently casting a variety of paid movie extras roles. Please note that the movie is filming in the Atlanta area and in order to be considered for one of the extras roles, you must actually live in the Atlanta area.
Fear Street is being made into a movie. The popular series of teen horror fiction books are written by R. L. Stine (Goosebumps) some decades. In the mid 90’s, another series of books based on the Fear Street series was created ant this series was called Ghosts of Fear Street. Like Stein’s Goosebumps series, the Fear Street books featured creatures that went bump in the night such as ghosts, vampires and ghouls.
Seems that this project has been in development for quite some time. As far back as 2014, there are reports of the movie being in the works. Looks like it has all come together now as the project is filming in Georgia. According to a story in Deadline, Fear Street will be part of a trilogy of movies and Benjamin Flores, Jr. has been cast as the lead role in the first movie. Also cast in Fear Street are Kiana Madeira and Olivia Welch. The the 20th Century Fox adaptation is being is being directed by Leigh Janiak. The movie does not yet have an exact date for when it will hit theaters but currently, looks like it will be out sometime in 2010.
The IMDB descriptions reads as follows – A murder mystery shakes up the town of Shadyside, Ohio. Feature adaptation of R.L. Stine’s book series.
In Fear Street, events take place in the fictional town of Shadyside. The book series features high school teens who encounter some supernatural / paranormal events that create a mystery in need of some serious solving. The Fear Street novels sold over 80 million copies worldwide and are a bit more gruesome than their Goosebumps counterparts.
Interested? Here are the upcoming casting needs:
FOR THURSDAY – 6/13 evening call time in Stone Mountain we are looking for a few additional Caucasian or Hispanic – men and women 18 – early 20’s — guys and girls with longer natural colored hair — guys general clean shaven or a little facial hair can be ok to portray 1600’s teens — email a recent photo, all clothing sizes and all contact info to: FearStreetExtras@gmail.com THURSDAY TEEN in Subject