Go Big is a 3-5 minute short that will run on MTV Networks as part of their “Look Different” pro-social campaign. Look Different seeks to challange stereotypes around gender, race, religion, and sexuality:

Go Big tells the story of a deeply closeted fraternity brother, who, desperate to fit in, brutally hazes a freshman pledge in a misguided attempt to cope with his own shame. The message: discrimination teaches us to hide who we are, and the consequences of doing so can be tragic.

The director, Michael Rohrbaugh, received his MFA in directing from UCLA and is repped by Brooklyn Weaver’s management team, Energy Entertainment. One of his recent pro-social campaigns received over 1 million views and international press. You can view his work


JAKE (20) – jocky, hulking, (over 6 ft and 200 lbs) white, kind face, is able to play the alpha, while secretly riddled with self-doubt. Talent References: a younger Sam Worthington, Channing Tatum, or Tom Brady

HUNTER (20) – jocky, hulking (over 6 ft and 200 lbs) white, devilishly handsome, and has a definite mean-streak. Talent Reference: a bigger Brady Corbet or younger Tom Brady.

TREVOR (18) – more of a beta with a slighter, weaker build and softer features. Might be gay. Talent References: an older Ty Sheridan

If you fit any of these roles, please email with your resume, contact information, and photos!!


Author: Castingcallvip

I am Aspiring Actress looking for a work in this Entertainment world. I started my Blog to help Talent/Artist network or connect in this busy world we call Entertainment. I network with amazing producer, Directors, casting Agents around the world. I also work with A&R Records And all amazing artists in music. I love music and movies and sports and meeting new people.

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