CHATTANOOGA, TN (WRCB) -- The City of Chattanooga Department of Education, Arts & Culture (EAC) and the Chattanooga SE Tennessee Film Commission announced Monday that there will not be a camera test for "42" on Tuesday, April 3 as had originally been planned. Organizers say it will be scheduled and announced for a later date.

Anyone interested in being an extra in the film must register by email with Catrett Locke Casting, and only those who have received a call back from the casting agency should attend the camera test. No walk-ups will be accepted.

However, EAC and the Chattanooga Film Commission also announced that there will be an open casting call at Eastgate Town Center on Tuesday, April 10 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Walk-ups for this event will be accepted.

Catrett Locke Casting  of Atlanta is handling the casting for the baseball-themed move. "We are currently looking for experienced Caucasian baseball players ages 25-38," a Catrett Locke representative said in a press release. "If you or someone you know fits the bill and has open availability and a flexible schedule, please email Please include three pictures (head and body) age, height, weight, and list baseball experience, including position."

Additionally, if you are interested in being an extra, please email to and include three pictures (head and body) actual age, height, weight, and all contact information. Make sure to put your ethnicity and age in the subject line.

EAC Administrator and Film Commissioner Missy Crutchfield said, "We want to remind everyone of the film and theatre opportunities and success we have had, and encourage those who are interested in this and upcoming Casting Notices for the Chattanooga SE Tennessee region, to please "LIKE" the Chattanooga SE Tennessee Film Commission Facebook page ("