Film crews expected back next week

Two more days of shooting on Pioneer for Wayward Pines

The stars are making their way back to Agassiz for two more days of shooting Wayward Pines. The facades on Pioneer will be prepped starting early next week, for shooting days on Nov. 1 and 2. As was the case previously, all stores and services will remain open throughout the shooting and Pioneer Ave. is open to foot traffic. However, shoppers are reminded to be patient as the film work to get the scenes shot quickly. The scenes will be used in the second episode of the 10-episode series, starring Matt Dillon and Carla Gugino. There has been no confirmation when, or if, the other film stars slated for the show will visit Agassiz. They include Terrence Howard, Juliette Lewis and Melissa Leo. While the exterior shots are being done here in Agassiz, the interior sets are in the lower mainland. The series casting agents are still accepting applications for background work, or extras. Anyone interested is invited to send a recent photo of themselves along with their age, height and clothing sizes to waywardpinesextras@gmail.com. news@ahobserver.com

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