ATLANTA — Production on J.J. Abrams and Jordan Peele’s upcoming "Lovecraft Country" is still active going into the new year.
Project Casting reports producers are casting for an actress to portray the wife of an actor.
The actress must be an Asian woman ages 19 to 24. Filming goes down January 13.
If you think you’ve got what it takes for the upcoming role, send your info here.
“Lovecraft County” is another major production that is currently still filming throughout Georgia. Production began in June and continues to film throughout parts of Marietta under the basecamp code “RP."
When The A-Scene went to visit BlackHall Studios in October, CEO Ryan Milsap confirmed that the series had a “Game of Thrones budget” and was utilizing three sound stages at his facility.
Michael Kenneth Williams, who once featured in HBO’s inner-city drug traffic series “The Wire" returns as the star of "Lovecraft Country."
His co-star Jurnee Smollett also retweeted his excitement for the show's release.
The new series will hit your screens next year.
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