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Hundreds of movie extras are needed for the finale of "The Murders of Brandywine Theater." The scene will be filmed at the Ohio City Temple at 2831 Franklin Boulevard in Ohio City on Wednesday, March 6 with call times for extras at noon and 6 p.m.
Producers say all extras will be finished around 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Although none of the extras will be paid due to the film's small budget, each person will be credited and thanked at the end of the movie.
Those interested can e-mail producer Jacob Ruby: Nwpfilms@gmail.com.
All extras are asked to dress as if they were attending a theater event with business casual attire. No red or blue colors.
"The Murders of Brandywine Theater" stars Dian Bachar ("BASEketball"), Danielle Lozeau ("Legion") and former wrestler Diamond Dallas Page ("The Devil's Rejects").
All extras under the age of 18 must have a parent/legal guardian present during filming. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
Eddy Spagehtti Productions says "The Murders at Brandywine Theater" is about a small town loser and puppeteer who finally finds the courage he's lacked all his life when his dummy, Moxxy, starts speaking up for him and, eventually, begins murdering those who always pushed him around.
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Eddy Spaghetti Productions is a film and animation production company founded in 2011 in Akron by filmmaker Larry Longstreth.
Also in the cast is the Cleveland Browns' wide receiver Josh Cribbs. Cribbs is an aspiring actor and is looking to expand his acting career this off-season.
He has recently appeared on ESPN, NFL Network, FX's The League, the Rachael Ray Show and Hot In Cleveland, but this will be his first movie, according to his publisher.
A Kent State University graduate, Cribbs will be shooting his scenes in Kent on Saturday March 2.
"The Murders at Brandywine Theatre" should be finished this summer and will shown to various festival organizers and potential distributors.