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By The Associated Press
Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, 1:08 a.m.

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.

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