Guns N' Roses need 'kidnapping bad ass chicks' for their new music video

Casting Call Pro has posted an ad seemingly calling for actors to take part in the band's new 'narrative' music video

It appears that Guns N’ Roses are making a new music video after finally announcing their long-awaited reunion.

Casting network Casting Call Pro, which helps professional actors find auditions and jobs, tweeted an ad for a paid job working on the video on Tuesday morning.

Two roles are up for grabs as ‘kidnapping bad ass chicks’ with the production date scheduled for 6 February. Applicants must be female and aged between 18 and 26.

Further details are only available to those with a candidate profile on the site at this stage and representatives for both Casting Call Pro and Guns N’ Roses did not immediately respond to our request for more information.


Former manager Alan Niven recently hinted that the band have been working on new music with Izzy Stradlin, who co-founded Guns N’ Roses and played rhythm guitar for them but left in 1991.

Stradlin will not, however, be involved in the upcoming reunion world tour with the classic line-up of Axl Rose, Slash and Duff McKagen. Drummer Steven Adler is believed to be in negotiations to rejoin the group but as of yet, nothing has been confirmed.