Kids Casting Call for MovieThe sequel to the film “Bad Moms” is now filming and there is a kids casting call for the film! The movie casting call is searching for child and teen actors and models for a Santa mall scene. They are seeking boys and girls ages 6 to 16 of all ethnicities. These roles will film on Wednesday, May 10th in Buckhead, Georgia. Casting directors are also seeking kids and teens ages 6 to 18 for a store scene. Filming will be on Thursday, May 11th. For Friday, May 12th kids and teens ages 6 to 16 are needed for a food court scene. Attractive females are needed for very featured background roles as well. They are looking for women ages 30 to 45 to appear in a scene standing next to Christina Applegate! If you are interested in being an extra in the movie apply today!About the MovieThe original cast is returning to the sequel. “A Bad Moms Christmas” is set to hit theaters November 3, 2017. According to Deadline, the “over-burdened friends coping with the stresses of the most wonderful time of year as their own mothers visit for the holidays”.What They Are Looking ForKids ages 6-16 for a Santa mall scene. Can be brothers and sisters. All ethnicities. Must be available Wednesday May 10. Phipps mall in Buck head. Rate 120/8 subject Candy cane Booking Kids 6-18 for a store scene. Works at Lenox mall. All ethnicities. Thursday May 11th Rate 120/8 Subject: CiderBooking kids ages 6-16 for a Food court scene. All ethnicities. Works at Cumberland mall. Friday May 12th. Rate 120/8 Subject: Food CourtLooking for a very featured bg role rate 120/10. Need very Hot and attractive ladies mom types. All ethnicities. More like MiLf types. If picked you would be standing in a doorway with Christina Applegate Ages 30-45. Must be HOT. No dress sizes over 6. No visible tattoos. Work date 5/27 Subject: Hot MOMHow to ApplyPlease send photos with your name age height and weight. Also list all your clothing sizes. Include you phone number. You should email firstname.lastname@example.org with all of the requrested information. Be sure to use the correct subject line of your email.