Actors needed: Movie being filmed in Oklahoma looking for extras

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GUTHRIE, Okla. – If you have ever dreamed of being in the spotlight, a film crew is looking for you.

Movie extras are needed on Sunday, Nov. 9 in Guthrie to appear in the suspense thriller “Monday At 11:01 AM.”

Extras between the ages of 16 and 75 and of any ethnicity are needed.

They will appear as restaurant patrons in the film.

“Monday At 11:01 AM” centers around Michael, who moves to a strange town. After the move, he begins to see and hear things that no one else can. He finds himself frantically questioning what is reality.

The film stars Charles Agron, Lauren Shaw and Lance Henriksen.

It is directed by Harvey Lowry, who worked on ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’ and ‘A Beautiful Mind.’

Filming begins in the morning and could last all day.

Extras will be paid $58 for up to eight hours of work, plus overtime if the shoot lasts over eight hours.

Lunch is provided.

If you would like to participate, email a photo of yourself with your name, a phone number, clothing size and the ages of anyone under 18.

Also, organizers ask that you place the word SUNDAY in the subject heading of the email and send it to

If you are selected to appear in the movie, you will receive a phone call from a member of the casting team.

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