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Extras needed at PNC Park for nighttime filming of Jason Momoa thriller

Shirley McMarlin
Paid extras are needed Nov. 19-21 at PNC Park in Pittsburgh for filming of Jason Momoa’s Netflix thriller, “Sweet Girl.” Here, the “Aquaman” actor attends the Los Angeles premiere of “Joker” on Sept. 8, 2019.

Paid extras are needed Nov. 19-21 at PNC Park in Pittsburgh for filming of a baseball scene for Jason Momoa’s upcoming Netflix film, “Sweet Girl.”

Movie Extras Pittsburgh has put out a call for baseball fans, security guards, baseball players, coaches, umpires and ushers.

Scenes will be filmed overnight, with staggered report times from 2-5 p.m. Filming will last for 10-12 hours each night, and extras must be available for the entire night.

Catered hot meals, snacks and drinks will be provided. Giveaways are planned, including big screen televisions and Apple iPads.

Interested extras should email [email protected], and include “Pirates fan,” “security,” “usher” or other role identification in the subject line. Email should include name, age, height, weight, current photo, phone number and available dates.

Those who are chosen will receive confirmation.

Momoa will star in and produce “Sweet Girl,” a thriller about a man who is trying to protect his daughter while bringing to justice the people responsible for his wife’s death. The movie also stars Isabella Moner.

Shirley McMarlin is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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