Now Casting: A 1920s Hollywood-Set Paramount Feature Needs Background Talent + 3 More Gigs

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Today’s casting roundup is bringing the glam! Paramount is seeking background talent for an upcoming 1920s Hollywood-set feature with an Oscar-winning director and star-studded cast. Plus, a web series, a modern thriller, and a high-paying national commercial seeking tattoo artists are casting now.

Paramount Studios is casting background talent for an upcoming 1920s Hollywood-set feature film. Nonunion talent, aged 18 and older, is wanted to portray moviegoers. All cast members must be vaccinated. Mandatory fittings will take place in Hollywood, followed by filming in Los Angeles. Pay is $120 for eight hours of work. Apply here!

Casting is underway for “Junie,” a web series about “a young woman doing her best to create a new narrative for her family while trying not to let her circumstances lead her on a path to destructive decisions.” Talent, aged 15 and older, is wanted for a variety of roles, including Junies parents. Auditions will be held virtually through Sept. 1. Filming will take place in late September or early October in New York City. Pay is TBD with meals provided. Apply here! 

Join the cast of “Valley Joe,” a modern thriller. Two actors, aged 22–40, are wanted for the lead roles of Greg and Tina. Filming will take place in L.A., dates TBD. Pay is TBD under a SAG-AFTRA Ultra Low Budget Agreement. Apply here!

Latinx or Hispanic tattoo artists, aged 18–40, are now wanted for a Facebook national commercial. Filming will take place remotely on Sept. 10. Pay is $500–$1,500. Apply here!

Dancers are wanted for The Weekend's new music video. Talent, aged 18–35, is wanted to portray dancers in an 80s club with a social network celebrity, while talent, aged 18–40, is wanted to portray party goers. Shoots in downtown Los Angeles and dancers will be paid $300 while background talent is paid $100. Apply here!