[RUMOR] Rockstar has Begun Casting for Bully 2

[RUMOR] Rockstar has Begun Casting for Bully 2

Motion capture for teenagers and young roles.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Oct 10, 2018 @ 05:17 PM (Staff Bios)
Word is spreading that Rockstar, the team behind Red Dead Redemption and Grand Theft Auto, is starting work on a sequel to the schoolyard RPG, Bully.

Initially reported by RockstarIntel, casting calls have been released by casting director Jessica Jefferies for an undisclosed developer and title. According to the casting call, it will be a new unannounced video game title with a leading UK games developer, shooting at Pinewood Studios. They're primary looking for teenage and young roles for motion capture and voice acting. Some of the roles listed are described as college professors. It comes with the disclaimer, as well.

Mild violence and profanity will be used in scenes with the young performer. The project itself is a thriller/drama and all scenes with the young performer will be handled with sensitivity.

The source reports that Rockstar staff are involved in the call, but they were unable to disclose any information regarding this.

Rumors/leaks of Bully 2 have been sprouting in the more dedicated communities as of late. Many believe the title would be next in production after the completion of Red Dead Redemption 2. With the idea already circulating, a number of pieces are starting to line up to say that Bully 2 is coming.


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