Whenever movie studios put out casting calls for extras, it’s not uncommon for hundreds of people to show up for their chance to be in a movie. When the movie in questions happens to be Batman Vs. Superman, it seems that even a larger crowd than normal shows up.
According to the Detroit Free Press, a Batman Vs. Superman casting call in Troy, Michigan drew about 7,000 people earlier today. As previously reported on Comicbook.com, the casting call was for clean cut military, law enforcement, and executive types.
Apparently, so many people showed up to tryout that Warner Bros. had to cut off the line. Batman Vs. Superman is scheduled to be released in movie theaters on May 6, 2016.