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Jan. 20 - 24, Bham: Erwin Brothers Production Needs Extras





Erwin Brothers Production Needs Extras 

Dear Barbara,

Hey Guys we are super excited to announce another Erwin Brothers production "Coffee Shop" staring, Laura Vandervoort from "V", Jon Lovitz from "Big"  and "Happiness" Kevin Sorbo from "Hercules" & "Soul Surfer" Rachel Hendrix "OctoberBaby" Jason Burkey "OctoberBaby". 

Details 

This is a smaller movie then "Moms Night Out" and space is very limited. Because there is no big crowd scenes it will allow you a more personal and intimate experience on a film set. Click the links below to register for individual scenes. There will be more scenes announced mid next week so if you miss the boat here and the scenes fill up there will be more opportunities. Thanks and see you on set! 


Synopsis 

COFFEE SHOP is the story of DONAVAN TURNER, an attractive, intelligent woman in her late 20's who once had it all -- a successful coffee shop in a quaint, beautiful beach town, a perfect boyfriend with "happily ever after" on the horizon, and a host of quirky friends to fill her life with laughter and fun.  When it all begins to unravel and she is thrust back into the dating world while her coffee shop sits on the edge of ruin, an unexpected new love interest (BEN) forces her to come face to face with the truth that her identity and value is not defined by what she can accomplish alone, but instead, in accepting who she was made to be and what she and her community can accomplish together. 
 Click Links below to register 





Joshua Walsh    Erwin Brothers Motion Pictures