Fans have long been clamoring for a sequel to Bully, Rockstar’s satirical take on education and adolescence. Rumors have been swirling regarding the game’s existence for quite some time, but nothing concrete has been announced. Now, a series of casting calls may have revealed that development is indeed underway.

Casting agency Jessica Jefferies has posted a number of calls to Twitter. “We are currently casting Motion Capture Performers for an exciting new video game with a leading games developer,” the calls read. Performances would take place at Pinewood Studios UK, a famed studio that’s been around for over 80 years.

The agency tweeted out seven calls in total. That they’re for Bully 2 is unconfirmed, but one of the calls is for a college professor. “Jakob,” the call reads, is a “college professor. Scholarly and stocky, but not fat. Slightly disheveled, but witty, clever, and sarcastic.” Another call describes Amelia, a “sophisticated, mature college student.” Several of he rest of the calls are for roughly college-aged actors.

The original source of the news is Rockstar Intel, who have confirmed that Rockstar is indeed developing the game. They did not share who their source is.

Rumors about a Bully 2 have been making the rounds for a while now, but Rockstar has been steadfast in its silence. Right now, it’s concentrated on the release of Red Dead Redemption 2 at the end of this month. Following that, a transition to Bully 2 seems to be what many expect. We’ll be keeping our eyes open on this one.