How YOU might be in Jennifer Lopez’s next movie!


Attention all Peninsula residents with stars in their eyes:

Casting will be held from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. today at the Pope Marine Park Building in Port Townsend for folks who want to be extras in Jennifer Lopez’s new movie, “Enough.”

Atmosphere Casting of Seattle will be doing the casting. Agency representative Travis Watson said people should bring a head shot and a resume to the casting call.

Approximately 90 people of all ages will be needed for a crowd scene downtown. He said he will also be looking for mothers and preschool age children for another scene.

Extras will be paid $6.72 per hour for eight hours of work and time and a half beyond that. They will be expected to stay on set all day long without being able to go anywhere.

Pope Marine is behind the Port Townsend Police Station on Water Street.

People wishing to work as extras can also send resumes and head shots to Atmosphere Casting, Box 258, at 6523 California Ave. S.W., Seattle 98136, or they may call the agency at 206-933-5593.

Additional information about hiring for the film will be posted periodically on the state film office’s automated hot line: 206-956-3206.

This full report appears in today’s editions of the Peninsula Daily News, available on newsstands or via U.S. mail by clicking on “Subscribe.”

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