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Production on Loomis Fargo, also known as the Untitled Armored Car Project, begins on Monday in and around Asheville, NC.

Zach Galifianakis, Kristen Wiig, Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis, Ken Marino, and Kate McKinnon star in the comedy heist caper that “follows the true story of a 1997 bank vault robbery in Charlotte by an armored car driver. A wild romp ensues as the band of misfit thieves adapt to their new-found life in the lap of luxury.”

Tona B. Dahlquist Casting is handling local extras, here’s a look at their most recent casting calls:

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When we last wrote about James Franco’s next directorial effort, The Garden of Last Days, they were looking for extras for filming in the Winston-Salem, North Carolina area from July 10 to August 6. According to several reports, James Franco pulled out last week from the film due to a disagreement with the film’s financier, Millennium, on the choice of crew. Now the production has been cancelled.

Franco will still be plenty busy, though:

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Thanks to one of our readers, @johnculotta, we have a new batch of photos from the set of Revolution filming in Wilmington, N.C. earlier this week. You can see more of John’s photos and an extended video from the shoot at Google +, too.

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As we reported earlier in the week, filming for the NBC series Revolution is officially underway in Wilmington, N.C. Though the pilot was shot in Atlanta, Wilmington was chosen for the series thanks to its impressive film incentives.

The show, about a world in which all forms of energy have disappeared leaving everyone in darkness and isolated from one another, was created by J.J. Abrams.

Thanks to one of our Twitter tipters, @colettuce22, we’ve learned Revolution is filming at the Roanoke Cement Factory, located at 6411 Ideal Cement Road in Castle Hayne, through Friday.

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A new move from Mad Men creator, Matthew Weiner, is expected to begin filming in Winston-Salem, North Carolina next month.

Owen Wilson, Zach Galifianakis, and Amy Poehler are set to star in the film which is being called both a romantic comedy and a road trip film.

The movie’s official synopsis says it is about, “two 30’s roommates dodging the responsibilities of adult life.” But, “after one of the men’s father’s dies, it makes his unstable son the new owner of a general store, a country home and Amish farmland.”

Though there hasn’t been any extras casting information announced yet, the production company has set up offices at 537 N Spruce St, Winston Salem, NC 27101 and those interested in crew positions can email youarehereresumes@gmail.com.

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As we’ve reported, the new film Writers has been filming in Wrightsville Beach, NC for the past week or so, but it looks like the production is moving inland, at least for a few days.

According to Star News, Writers is filming today in downtown Wilmington, NC at the Cotton Exchange, 321 N. Front St., and Old Books on Front Street, 249 N. Front St.

And on Monday, March 26, they will be filming again on Front Street, near Nick’s Dinner, 127 N. Front St. The shoot will feature “a ‘snow blanket’ effect with a biodegradable crushed paper material that will be vacuumed up immediately following filming of the scene …” They also plan to shoot at The George, 128 S. Water St., and Cape Fear Community College on Monday.

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Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Connelly, Kristen Bell, Lily Collins, Logan Lerman, Nat Wolff, and Liana Liberato will all arrive in Wilmington, NC next week to begin shooting Josh Boone’s comedy-drama Writers.

The movie follows the Borgens family and their love interests over the course of one tumultuous year. Kinnear plays Bill Borgens, a famous novelist who is obsessed with his ex-wife (Connelly) and sleeping with his friend Tricia (Bell), who’s trying to help him get over his ex.

Collins plays Bill’s daughter Samatha, who is being pursued a writing student (Lerman) and Nat Wolff plays his son who finds his first love (Liberato).

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