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'Stranger Things' producers want 'seedy vehicles' for upcoming shoots

The description goes on to say 'rusted out and junky vintage vehicles' will be considered along with drivers who want to appear on screen.

ATLANTA — Georgia residents will be seeing a lot of happenings surrounding the upcoming fourth season of “Stranger Things”.

That’s because casting is underway for scenes that are set to happen in March. Central Casting reports Casting Taylor Made are looking for “seedy vehicles from the 1980s” to be used in the background.

The description goes on to say “rusted out and junky vintage vehicles” will be considered along with drivers who want to appear on screen.

Casting producers are looking for fresh faces to appear in season four so if you’re ready to bring out your supersonic 1980s looks, this may be for you.

Just a few weeks back, producers Casting Taylor Made revealed they were beginning to look for background actors to be featured in scenes of the 1980s-inspired sci-fi thriller.

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The company, owned by Heather Taylor, revealed it will cast adults between the ages of 18 and 100 and minors between the ages of 0 and 17. The agency said series will also pay actors to use their vintage vehicles in upcoming scenes.

Last year, we spoke with Taylor about what it takes to bring some of the supersonic looks together.

The A-Scene’s Francesca Amiker sat down with the casting extraordinaire right in the middle of the production.

“I would say this year we have so many more people that are interested in being extras due to the popularity of the show. So, we’ve been able to really get the best look of the 80s this season,” Taylor said.

Back in October, the show’s creators, the Duffer Brothers, and the writers who work on the series, shared the title of the first episode in the upcoming fourth season “Chapter One: The Hellfire Club."

RELATED: Here’s what you should know about season three of ‘Stranger Things’

Several fans and residents have speculated that they have spotted the stars in action, but it simply isn’t true. The location used for the Hawkins Lab is also utilized for other filming locations. Check out our feature here.

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