Sunday, February 24, 2013
Want to make it onto the big screen, here may be your chance.
Anchorman 2 the motion picture film, is currently in town filming and is in need of African-American extras. According to a website that lists all of the different shooting locations across the nation, www.onlocationvacations.com, the movie's casting agency is here looking for, "amazing African-American 70s look and dancing skills for a Soul Train scene." This is a perfect opportunity for people looking to break-in to the business or for those who love being on movie sets. If you are interested you must send three pictures — include a head and body shot — and age, height, weight and all contact information to TeachingMan2@gmail.com. The Casting company is CL Casting. This particular scene is scheduled to be shot on February 28th. In most …
Friday, February 22, 2013
Disney’s “Austin & Ally” star Calum Worthy, who plays Dez; “Jessie” star Peyton List, who plays Emma Ross; and Nickelodeon’s “iCarly” star Noah Munch, who plays Gibby Gibson, will visit metro Atlanta Feb. 23 and Feb. 24.
Three teen stars from Nickelodeon and Disney television shows will visit North Point Mall on Saturday, Feb. 23 and Perimeter Mall on Sunday, Feb. 24 from 1 to 4 p.m. Noah Munck, stars as Gibby Gibson on Nickelodeon’s “iCarly,” Calum Worthy, stars as Dez on Disney’s “Austin & Ally,” and Peyton List, stars as Emma on Disney’s “Jessie.” The trio will headline the event promoting Myrtle Beach as “the ultimate vacation destination." Munck, Worthy and List will engage with fans by signing autographs and taking pictures. “Usually we just get to quickly say hello, but this time we are really going to get to talk and get really up close,” List told Patch. “They can expect to hangout, and I can guarantee you guys all sorts of high fives!” Worthy …
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
TV and film industry boosts Georgia economy, Lenox Square to get a facelift, KSU to break ground on museum, Milton teen busted for using mom's credit card, pizza man pursues robbery suspects and more—here are some headlines from around the region.
For the second time in a week, a high-profile starter for the Atlanta Falcons has been arrested. A week after running back Michael Turner was booked by Gwinnett County police on charges of DUI and speeding, defensive end John Abraham was arrested by Atlanta police on Monday night and charged with obstruction of police and obstruction of fire fighters during an incident at Atlantic Station. Read more on Midtown Patch. The Georgia Film, Music & Digital Entertainment Office, a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD), announced Monday that Georgia productions generated an economic impact of $3.1 billion in the state during the 2012 fiscal year, a 29 percent increase from the previous year. “The 2012 fiscal year saw …
Monday, September 17, 2012
Take a look at the latest job openings in Cobb County.
Casting Extras is looking for Background Extras in Smyrna. For more information on the job or to apply, go here. To search for a job in the Marietta Patch classifieds, go here. Keep up with all the news you care about by subscribing to our free email newsletter, liking us on Facebook and following us on Twitter.
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Brookhaven becomes a city; Cobb School District orders that all journalistic content must be approved by the school's principal; a child was injured in a BB gun accident—here are some of the top headlines from in and around metro Atlanta.
Details surrounding an alleged assault on a gay man Saturday night as he exited an Atlantic Station parking garage were still emerging Monday afternoon. As Project Q Atlanta reported, the victim was at the mixed-use development to attend the gay-friendly Fenuxe Fire Party in the former Fox Sports Grill space. The incident occurred shortly before 9:30 p.m. According to the Atlanta Police, the 50-year-old victim said he was walking in the west district area of Atlantic Station when he asked a male and female couple for directions. The white male then reportedly asked him, “Are you gay?” When the victim replied that he was, he said the man knocked him to the ground with a punch to the face, striking his head as he fell. Read more on Midtown …