Last weekend, hundreds lined up in Solon in hopes of being in the movie "Draft Day". This weekend the super heroes were back in town, casting paid extras for "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," The Marvel blockbuster starts filming next month.
Thousands of people lined up at Cuyahoga Community College's Metro Campus Friday and Saturday to be a potential paid extra. The director will decide who makes the cut, and a chance to make it up on the big screen.
The weather was a little less than ideal for the aspiring actors with rain on Friday and a very cold Saturday afternoon. But everyone agreed that the chance to in Marvel's second Captain America movie was worth the wait.
Adults only were allowed at the casting call, but parents were able to bring photos of their children ages nine and up and sign them up for a chance to be in the film.