In this audition special, Executive Producer Natalie Nunn, along with rap star Rubi Rose, reality star Tokyo Toni, and the Baddies West all-stars, help to choose the cast for the next season of Zeus Network's original hit Baddies franchise. Also with special guest, Angela White.
In this audition special, Executive Producer Natalie Nunn, along with reality star Tommie Lee and Hip-Hop star Sukihana, help to choose the cast for the next season of Zeus Network's original hit series "Baddies West".
A pseudo-documentary about the processes involved in putting together and casting actors and actresses for a porn film. Although several actual porn stars are in the film, it is not a porn film itself.
Executive Producer Natalie Nunn returns with the big bad tour bus and even badder Baddies. On this western leg, the ladies will be performing and hosting at some of the most lit clubs the cities have to offer, all while testing their patience and friendships. One thing is for sure: The wild west just got a whole lot wilder!
The Baddies are back, but this time with some new ladies looking to take the entire Dirty South by storm — in a big ass, decked-out tour bus. Along the way, the ladies will crash in luxurious homes, host and perform at the hottest clubs and parties, tap into the wild and dark side of southern culture and prove why they are the baddest girls around.
The bad girls of reality tv reconnect to discuss their time in the ATL. Once the cameras stopped rolling there has been a lot said behind each other's back and it's time to get to the bottom of things.
On August 5, 2023, auditions were held for the independent produced horror film entitled “Her Nightmare” — the story of a young couple who come to realize that their dream house is haunted. Alas, the film was never produced. Casting director Roger Ehren invited several actors to audition for the roles, and made a conscious decision to have the actors read all of the key narrative scenes in the screenplay. This allows for a reconstruction of the film, suggesting what it might have been.
In 1971 Salford fish-and-chip shop owner George Khan expects his family to follow his strict Pakistani Muslim ways. But his children, with an English mother and having been born and brought up in Britain, increasingly see themselves as British and start to reject their father's rules on dress, food, religion, and living in general.