Local & Regional
Wed October 26, 2011
Tulsans become extras in film
By Sarah Rayner
Tulsa, OK – Many locals came out today all for a few seconds on camera. Extras were needed at the filming of "Home Run", a movie about a baseball player who returns home to face his past.
Shooting today took place at the old Driller's stadium, where extras filled the stands to cheer on the players.' One such local was fourteen-year-old Emma who has dreams of becoming an actress. All of the extras showed up at 7:30 this morning and will stay till late this afternoon.
While it may be cold out, the extras remain cheery, thinking it is worth it to be in the final product. Shooting at the Driller stadium will continue throughout the week, and the crew will shoot at the BOK Center and a few local churches as well.