Hollywood is heading to Holland, Michigan and you can be part of all the action. A new film by Amazon Studios titled Holland, Michigan starring Nicole Kidman is set to begin filming this spring in the town that bears its name, and you can be part of it.

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We told you back in June that the film has a plot you wouldn't expect for the west Michigan town. Basically, every small town has a secret, and Holland, Michigan is no exception. The peaceful city known for its whimsical Tulip Festival is about to show its "dark side". The flick "involves secrets that lurk beneath a Midwestern town with a Hitchcock vibe", and is based on a script written by Andrew Sodroski’s. Sodroski is best known for the Manhunt true-crime series.

How You Can Be in Nicole Kidman's New Movie in Michigan

Jenny Alison Casting is currently looking for Michiganders who want to be featured as extras in the movie. Casting directors are looking for children ages 5 and up, as well as families, students, and grandparents. They are also looking for anyone who has cars that fit the time frame of the film, which is the year 2000.

 Although the majority of the film will be shot in Nashville, Tennessee,  production will be headed to Holland to shoot downtown the week of April 17th according to reports. To become an extra in the film you can click here. Those with vehicles from 2000 and earlier can fill out the form here.

Oscar and Golden Globe winner Nicole Kidman will also act as producer for Holland, Michigan. There's no work on when the film will be released.

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