Fox’s ‘Empire’ Season 2 Casting Call for Prison Inmates in Chicago, Illinois
‘Empire’ centers around a hip hop music and entertainment company, Empire Entertainment, and the drama among the members of the founders’ family as they fight for control of the company. The hour-long family drama was created by Lee Daniels and Danny Strong, and stars Terrence Howardand Taraji P. Henson.
4 Star Casting is looking for extras to play prison inmates on Fox’s hit TV series ‘Empire’. Filming will take place in Chicago, Illinois and talents that are selected will be compensated $80/8. According to the casting call, producers are looking for “inmate types to be part of a core group who will work throughout the season two”.
To audition for a role on ‘Empire’ season 2, check out the casting call details below:
CASTING CALL: EMPIRE!
We are not accepting general submissions quite yet.
You must have an Illinois Driver’s License or Illinois State ID to submit.
NOTE: ALL submissions should be sent to email@example.com
We are looking for inmate types to be part of a core group who will work throughout the season two – Any Ethnicity, Male/Female, 18 – 65
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following info
1) Put INMATE in the subject line.
2) Include your name, phone number, email address, zip code, height, weight and age in the body of the email
3) Attach recent jpeg photos of yourself – it can be a candid shots – close up and full body – make sure you are against a neutral/plain wall with decent lighting wearing an upscale outfit that you would be appropriate for a club. If you are fully made up in the picture, please send us a candid photo that is more natural as well.
4) Give us a general idea of your availability from June to February.
We will contact you if you are in consideration.
You must be registered with us at www.4starcasting.com to be considered.
Rapper Juicy J claims he was rushed to the hospital, forcing him to miss an appearance date.
On Twitter, he said the following:
“I wanna apologize to my fans in San Fran I had to rush to the hospital I’m having shortness of breath I love you all pray for me,” the Memphis rapper said on Twitter.
Juicy was in town for his “The Hustle Continues Tour” in San Fransisco at the Filmore.
In 2014 Reggie Loc took over the radio with his hit single “Side Chick” featuring Tonniece and Drezzy. The music video was featured on Worldstar Hip-Hop and played on Raw Radio Power 92. With much success Reggie Loc is still in the studio cooking up new singles. Ease Dropping Radio has heard a few of the new songs and we can’t wait to get the OK to share them with you. For now check out his current single “Can’t Even Lie” https://soundcloud.com/djslugomusic/reggie-loc-cant-even-lie
Just hours after dropping off his video for “Throw Yo Sets Up”, King Louie decides to return and release the third installment in his Drilluminati mixtape series. Dubbed God Of Drill, the new project hosts 16-tracks and features guest appearances from Fetty Wap, PartyNextDoor, Dreezy, and more.
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The killing of unarmed Black youths by cops and vigilantes has become tragically common in newspaper headlines, but it’s only when the topic is explored in film — such as in 2012’s Fruitvale Station — that we get a deeper understanding of the causes and implications of police brutality.
An upcoming documentary about Jordan Davis, a 17-year-old boy who was shot to death at a Florida gas station by a white customer who objected to the music playing in his car, aims to do just that.
COMMENTARY: JUSTICE IS FINALLY SERVED FOR JORDAN DAVIS
3 1/2 Minutes, directed by Marc Silver, has been picked up for broadcast after its premiere in documentary competition at the Sundance Film Festival this year. The film explores “the aftermath of Jordan’s tragic death, the latent and often unseen effects of racism, and the contradictions of the American criminal justice system.”
“I am grieved that these continuing stories are everyday matters swept away,” says Sheila Nevins, president of HBO Documentary Films. “By bringing this powerful film to HBO audiences, we hope to elevate the national conversation around these tragic issues.”
“When we started this journey, our aim was make sure that Jordan’s story was not going to be forgotten, that he would not become a statistic in an increasingly violent world; this is why we are so fortunate to be partnering with HBO and Participant Media for the distribution of 3 1/2 Minutes,” says Silver. “We are now certain that Jordan’s story will reach the widest, most diverse audience possible.”
HBO will air the documentary in the fall.