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Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper heading to town?

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Start looking for Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, and Christian Bale. We’re told that their new movie, directed by David O. Russell, starts filming locally this week. It’s about the late-’70s Abscam scandal, and also features Jeremy Renner, who knows his way around Boston because of “The Town.” Boston Casting put out a release Tuesday seeking “African-American women, 20-35 years old, to work as extras in an upcoming feature film set in the ’70s. We need women who are willing to appear in a bathing suit AND are available WEDNESDAY 3/13 AND FRIDAY 3/15.” It’s a pool party scene, and it should be shot somewhere around town. If you fit the bill, e-mail boston
castingextras2013@gmail.com.

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