Local casting call: Paid extras needed for 'Looking for Alaska' flick

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The 2016 Paramount Pictures production Looking for Alaska will soon begin filming in Michigan and production crews are currently in need of extras — paid extras.

Young men and women of all ethnicities and between the ages of 18 and 22 who "look high school age" are kindly asked to attend a call for Ryan Hill Casting at the Costick Activity Center on Eleven Mile Road in Farmington Hills this weekend, Fox2 reports



Two call times have been posted for drop bys: One on Saturday, Aug. 29 from 9-1 p.m. and the second on Sunday, Aug. 30 from 21-5 p.m. Ryan Hill reps have been quick to note there's no advantage to attending both sessions. Additional specifications can be found right here or by visiting ryanhillcasting.com

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