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CLEVELAND (AP) - Lights! Camera! Action hero!

The Greater Cleveland Film Commission has posted a casting call for extras to appear in scenes being shot in Cleveland for an upcoming Marvel feature film. The Columbus Dispatch reports (http://bit.ly/XeshEK ) that it's assumed the movie referred to is "Captain America: The Winter Soldier." Officials had announced earlier that some scenes would be shot in Cleveland for the sequel to 2011's "First Avenger" movie featuring the hero who dates to World War II.

Scenes for the 2012 blockbuster "The Avengers" which included Captain America were also shot in Cleveland.

The casting call will be April 19-20 for scenes to be shot in late April and May. The commission is also soliciting resumes for crew work.

Online:

www.ClevelandFilm.com

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