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Casting call: 'Gone Girl' looking for triplets

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) -

The major motion picture "Gone Girl" is looking for triplets between the ages of two to three years of age for a part in the film.

The film's casting is being done by 20th Century Fox. The film will be shot in Cape Girardeau.

According to Dr. James Dufek, professor with the Department of Mass Media at Southeast, interested parents are asked to bring their children on Saturday, August 24 from 2-3 p.m., to the Rose Theatre Auditorium on the campus of Southeast Missouri State University.

The theatre is located at the corner of Pacific and Watkins on Southeast Missouri State University's campus. There is parking next to building. You are asked to dress comfortable, casual.

Dufek says there are paid extra roles.

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