Male extras needed for movie at Cal U
Male extras are needed for a major motion picture that will be partially filmed at California University of Pennsylvania.
Men are needed to play audience members at a wrestling event, according to a university news release.
Details on the project are not being released.
The convocation center and a portion of Loop Road will close Dec. 16-23 while scenes are being filmed, according to the release. Access to portions of Gallagher Hall will be restricted Dec. 19-21.
"We're being as creative as we can with the convocation center," said Christine Kindl, university spokeswoman.
A publicist for the film project declined to comment.
No one will be admitted into the convocation center without proper credentials during the filming.
Anyone interested in participating as an extra may submit an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a recent photo, contact information and any relevant experience.
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