Friday, September 4, 2015

Paul Rudd, Reese Witherspoon, Owen Wilson to shoot film here

"How Do You Know," a James L. Brooks film starring Paul Rudd, Reese Witherspoon and Owen Wilson. Shooting is scheduled to begin shooting in the area from July to October. You may recall we told you in March that the film's producers had scouted Philly and would either shoot here or in Boston.

Paul Rudd, Reese Witherspoon, Owen Wilson to shoot film here

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"How Do You Know," a James L. Brooks film starring Paul Rudd, Reese Witherspoon and Owen Wilson. Shooting is scheduled to begin shooting in the area from July to October. You may recall we told you in March that the film's producers had scouted Philly and would either shoot here or in Boston.

Heery Casting is now looking for women ages 20-26 of any ethnicity "who can play softball extremely well," says casting agent Diane Heery. Women with softball experience who are interested in one of these principal roles should e-mail a picture and resume to howdoyouknowcasting@gmail.com with "Softball" in the subject line. Any current NCAA athletes however would not be allowed to be in the movie, as per NCAA rules. In the body of the note include your name, phone number, whether or not you are in the Screen Actors Guild, where you played softball, for how long, what positions and any championships or scholarships won by playing softball. Heery says she expects to announce additional casting calls soon.
 

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