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ST. GEORGE — Southern Utah enthusiastically answered the call when Hollywood rang to cast Kevin Costner’s upcoming Western film.
On Friday, 700 individuals and groups of families waited for their turn to apply for a position as an extra in “Horizon, an American Saga.”
“We really enjoy Western movies. We want to see all the horses and have experiences together as a family,” Sarah Alexander, a St. George mother of twin girls, told St. George News.
The 3-year-old twins, Myla and Mira Alexander, patiently waited for their photos to be taken.
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