Rock of Ages
South Florida movie goers were not rockin’ the movie “Rock of Ages” on its opening weekend. The star-studded musical “Rock of Ages,” which was shot in South Florida, flopped at No. 3 with $15.1 million.
You may come to see “Rock of Ages” for the rock and roll, but if you’re from South Florida you’ll be looking on screen for hometown scenes or friends of yours. Much of the film was shot in South Florida, and lots of locals were used as extras. But there are more reasons to watch this movie than the hometown references.
South Floridians were ready to rock 80’s style and be a part of movie history on Monday.
Ever wanted to experience what it’s like on the set of a big budget movie? The chance is in your own backyard. America’s Backyard, that is.
Put your smartphones and cameras away; taking a picture of Tom Cruise, Alec Baldwin or Catherine Zeta-Jones, who are in town shooting a movie may land you in jail.
Producers are holding a final open casting call for extras in the new star studded film “Rock of Ages.”
A Hollywood production is calling the streets of South Florida home for several months while the shooting of the star-studded film “Rock of Ages” gets underway.
Hollywood movie makers are using their movie magic to bring Hollywood to South Florida, literally.
Grab your ‘80s rock star regalia and head out to Fort Lauderdale on Saturday. Movie makers want you to be in their movie.