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‘Numerous’ Paid Roles as Extras Available for Film (Probably Batman-Superman Sequel)

Warner Bros. has announced a casting call for paid extras in a feature film being made in Michigan this summer and fall.

There's a strong chance the Warner Bros. casting call in Troy Sunday is for the Batman-Superman movie being shot at several metro Detroit locations this summer and fall. (Screenshot: Fandango.com)
There's a strong chance the Warner Bros. casting call in Troy Sunday is for the Batman-Superman movie being shot at several metro Detroit locations this summer and fall. (Screenshot: Fandango.com)

Holy smokes, Batman. Is that a casting call?

Yes. No one is saying for sure that the call for paid extras for a Warner Bros. feature film is for the upcoming Batman-Superman film that’s being made in Michigan this year, but the odds are good that's the film in question, The Detroit Free Press reports.

So if you’ve always wanted to be in a super hero movie, show up from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday at Troy’s Somerset Inn.

The studio is interested in men and women 18 and older for characters who will play clean-cut military and law enforcement or business executives in suits.

The opportunities will be “numerous” and will provide work from June-November at metro Detroit locations, Maryellen Aviano, Warner Bros.’ casting coordinator, told the newspaper.

For more information, go to MichiganFilmOffice.org and search under jobs and training.

(Screenshot: Fandango.com)
birminghammarge.blogspot.com April 22, 2014 at 07:16 PM
Oh drats. I was hoping they needed an old 'bitch' OH! SORRY. I meant 'witch'!
RON Ostrodamus April 29, 2014 at 01:46 PM
So there is still hope RO can have a "Batman" for a mayor, or maybe even Superman!

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