USA Network - 'Allegiant: Part 1' Casting in ATL

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“Allegiant Part 1” is filming in Atlanta and seeking to cast some thin men and women to play some interesting characters.

The third installment in the “Divergent” series of films is being split into 2 parts and “Allegiant Part 1” is filming now around the Atlanta, Georgia area. The film’s casting directors are looking to cast extras, 18 and over, for scenes filming next week and also in mid June. For the coming week, they are looking for bookworm / intellectual types. The movie is also looking for some very skinny background actors to play what they are only calling “interesting characters”.

The third movie in the “Divergent” series continues the saga of Beatrice “Tris” Prior in post-apocalyptic dystopian Chicago where the population is divided into factions based on their personality traits and affiliations. The factions are meant to curtail free will and those that don’t fit into any of the groups are called Divergent. Divergents are seen as a threat to their society Tris shows equal aptitude with three different factions – for Abnegation, Erudite, and Dauntless. Tris is classified as “Divergent” which makes her capable of independent thought and therefore a threat. In “Allegiant”, Beatrice Prior and Tobias Eaton venture into the world outside of the fence and are taken into protective custody by a mysterious agency known as the Bureau of Genetic Welfare. They also learn the truth about their society and how the factions began. Years back, the government believed that society’s problems were caused by bad genes and attempted to fix the “problem” with disastrous results. The isolated cities are a way to repair the genetic damage caused.

The sci-fi trilogy is based on the book series written by author Veronica Roth. Beatrice Prior is played by Shailene Woodley, Theo James plays Four, Naomi Watts stars as Evelyn and Ansel Elgort will play Tris’s brother, Caleb Prior. ”Allegiant Part 1“ will be hitting the movie theaters next year in 2016 and “Allegiant Part 2? will follow in 2017.

Casting directors are ONLY looking for talent that is local to the Atlanta area. Please do not apply if you are not withing a reasonable driving distance.

Casting VERY THIN Males & Females (Ages 18 to 40) for multiple day booking.

Those selected will portray interesting characters – more information to be provided if you are selected!

Work dates: June 17, 18, 19, 22, 23 (Must be available to work all dates).
Fitting: June 1st, 2nd or 3rd
Must have reliable transportation!

To apply, please email 3 pictures, plus your age, height, weight, and phone number to Element.Fringe@gmail.com. Please use the subject: THIN

Seeking the following types to work TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY as intellectual book worm types.

Must be available to fit MONDAY. (must be available all dates, plus available for a fitting)
Asian Males & Females (All Ages over 18)
Caucasian Males (30's to 50's) Thin, Professor Types
Caucasian Females (20's to 30's) Polished, Ivy League types
Anyone that has an ivy-league or book worm type of look

To submit for review, please email 3 pictures, your height, weight, age, and phone number to Element.Intellectual@gmail.com. Please use the subject: BOOK

Be sure to also check out all the other films and TV shows that are currently casting extras in the Atlanta area.


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USA Network (commonly referred to as simply "USA") is an American basic cable and satellite television channel that is owned by the NBCUniversal Cable division of NBCUniversal, itself a subsidiary of Comcast. Once a minor player in basic cable, the network has steadily gained popularity due to its original programming; USA also broadcasts syndicated reruns of current and former "network television" (i.e., broadcast) series and theatrically-released feature films, as well as limited sports programming.