“American Pie 4” Reunion Film Casting in Nolita

Posted on: May 23rd, 2011 at 6:18 am by

 

Just when you thought it couldn’t happen. Just when you thought it wouldn’t happen, there is a nineties movie reunion in the making. After two theatrical followups and numerous failed, straight-to-home-video sequels, the American Pie franchise is rebooting with the original cast. Yup, it’s been more than a decade since the franchise first made a splash.  Casting calls for American Pie 4 are just starting to hit the internets.

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Yesterday, casting was looking for “10 small supporting roles” around Nolita for filming sometime in June. Below is the Craigslist post, which expired last night.

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CASTING NOTICE: The upcoming Jason Biggs-starring movie “AMERICAN PIE 4: AMERICAN REUNION” is now casting ten small supporting roles for filming this June. The movie will be produced by Paul Weitz and Universal Pictures. Filming begins in Early June.

Reply to this message at PieMovie@gmail.com by Sunday evening tonight.
It’s NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
Compensation: $200 per each day

Makes sense, considering Jason Biggs’ love of the Graffiti Wall.  And beating the bishop…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bFKLef5AKg&feature=related

 

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