Reports: 'Patriots' Day' Filming Moves to Peabody, Mass.; Open Casting Call for Extras Announced | NBC Connecticut

Reports: 'Patriots' Day' Filming Moves to Peabody, Mass.; Open Casting Call for Extras Announced

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    Filming for the movie portraying the events of the Boston Marathon bombing and the manhunt afterwards is reportedly moving to Peabody, Massachusetts.

    Salem News says a warehouse that used to host US Foods has been taken over by the production company behind "Patriots' Day," which stars Boston-native Mark Wahlberg.

    Meanwhile, locals are being asked come for a casting call for extras in the movie, according to Boston.com.

    The open casting call will be held on March 13 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 129 Braintree St. in Boston's Allston neighborhood.