Do you have a classic car just sitting in your garage? Well, now you have a chance to show it off for Hollywood and make some cash, too.
Boston Casting Inc. is searching for '70s and '80s cars for the "Labor Day" movie shoot at Tuesday afternoon.
The shoot starts at 2 p.m., according to a Boston Casting news release. The shoot is expected to last for six to eight hours, but drivers should be prepared for a full 12-hour day.
"People will work as extras with their cars," the release said. "The cars will likely be used as props parked on the street."
Extras will be paid $64 for eight hours plus an additional $20 for the car.
The upcoming movie "Labor Day," starring Josh Brolin, Kate Winslet and Tobey Maguire, has been shot in Acton, Sudbury and Waltham since June 25.
Director Jason Reitman, also known for "Juno" and "Up In The Air", will be filming dominate locations of the movie in Acton till Aug. 22. Winslet's character's home is based on Piper Road in Acton. Winslet's character also teaches an exercise class to seniors at the .
The movie focuses on depressed single mom Adele and her son Henry, who offer a wounded, fearsome man a ride, according to IMDb. As police search town for the escaped convict, the mother and son gradually learn his true story as their options become increasingly limited.
If you're interested in showing off your car, email Boston Casting at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be contacted directly.