Saturday, August 1, 2015

Want to be in "Law Abiding Citizen"?

Film Office head Sharon Pinkenson will auction off a walk-on part in the Jamie Foxx-Gerard Butler movie.

Want to be in "Law Abiding Citizen"?

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Ever dream of working in the movies?

Tonight, Sharon Pinkenson, head of the Greater Philadelphia Film Office, will auction off a walk-on role in Law Abiding Citizen starring Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler. The auction is part of CityStyle, the third annual fund-raiser for the Gershman Y at Broad and Pine Streets.

Bidding will start at $500 and the shoot is tentatively scheduled for a cemetery on March 26.

CityStyle's doors open at 5:30. Here are details.

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