Jun 05 2013

Let’s Be Cops – Movie

Let's Be Cops - Movie

Let’s Be Cops – Movie

The creative force behind the hit comedies The Girl Next Door starring Elisha Cuthbert and Something Borrowed featuring Kate Hudson are set to bring their next highly anticipated feature to the big screen and shooting will be starting soon right here in Atlanta. 20th Century Fox’s Let’s Be Cops has pulled together an incredibly exciting cast so far and auditions for a number of supporting  dau player and extras roles will be taking place shortly. Interested ATL area performers can apply today for their shot at being a part of one of the most fantastic comedy projects of the new year.

Let’s Be Cops will tell the story of two best friends who find themselves bored and looking for something to do. In a moment of brilliance in comedy but stupidity for the characters the two men decide to impersonate police officers and soon find themselves embroiled in a hilarious adventure. Director Luke Greenfield has recruited one of the most incredible and talented casts of the year that includes rising stars Jake Johnson (New Girl, A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas, 21 Jump Street) and Damon Wayans Jr. (The Other Guys, Happy Endings, Dance Flick) in the lead roles and supporting players James D’Arcy (Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, Cloud Atlas, Hitchcock) and the fabulous Nina Dobrev (The Vampire Diaries, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Degrassi: The Next Generation). This production has it all – an all-star cast, a laugh out loud premise and the best shooting location in the world right here in Atlanta and now all it needs is you. Auditions for available roles will be taking place soon and if you would like to submit yourself now or get more information about the project you can send emails here letsbecopsatl@gmail.com. We will be sure to post more casting call news as soon as it is released so stay tuned and leave a comment and tell us why you want to audition for a role in the new comedy film Let’s Be Cops.

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