A trailer preview for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" shows a shot of a car exploding on the Cleveland West Shoreway.
CLEVELAND - Want to get paid to be an extra in a Marvel feature film? Then you might be interested in a casting call in Cleveland next month.
Scenes for an upcoming Marvel flick are being filmed in Cleveland in April and May. If you want to be a paid extra in the movie, you can come to the Tri-C Metro Campus on April 19 and 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
If interested, you must:
- Be 18 years old or older
- If you have a child 9 years old and over, bring a current, casual snapshot of them
- Bring a pen for application. Your photo will be taken at no charge
- Dress in business attire and "be well groomed"
The casting call is posted to the Greater Cleveland Film Commission website and will take place at Tri-C Metro Campus, UTC/Room 229 on 2415 Woodland Ave. in Cleveland.
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