Extras Needed in Baseball Movie Filming in Snellville

Men and women of all ages are sought for "CurveBall," which is filming in Snellville and the metro Atlanta area.

A production company is Snellville is looking for extras for the movie "CurveBall." Credit: Sarah Bakhtiari
A production company is Snellville is looking for extras for the movie "CurveBall." Credit: Sarah Bakhtiari
Supremacy Films, which is currently shooting the movie "CurveBall" in Snellville and the metro Atlanta area, is looking for extras for filming this weekend.

According to Producer Errol Sadler and Tiffany Moore, who's in charge of casting for extras, film crews are looking for: 

Baseball fans: Men, women and children of all ages and races 
Baseball players: Males with athletic builds and between ages 15 and 19
High school students: Males and females between 14 and 18

Crews are looking for extras available on all three days, from Friday through Sunday. All extras are asked to submit photos (one close-up and one full-length) and contact information to curveballextras@gmail.com no later than 5 p.m. Wednesday (Aug. 7).

Copy, credit and food will be available in the form of a cookout. The location for filming was not disclosed in the callout for extras. 

"CurveBall" is a feature film about an inner city high schooler who grows up without a father and is taught how to play baseball by a childhood friend, Sam. As he becomes one of the most sought-after baseball player in Georgia, the same friend introduces him to drugs. 

The big stars in "CurveBall" include Rockmond Dunbar of "Sons of Anarchy" and "The Game" and Lynn Whitfield, who's been in "Madea's Family Reunion" and "Stepmom."

Since July, crews filmed at several Snellville locations, including Tom M. Wages Funeral Service and residential homes. Several members of the the film crew, including Sadler, are from Snellville. 

Learn more about the movie through this Snellville Patch article.

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