But it's not just any movie for Arkansans, "Greater" is the story of beloved Brandon Burlsworth, who had amazing success in football against all odds, but died tragically in a car accident in 1999.
"The people here loved Brandon," casting director Matthew Morgan said.
Hundreds line the Northwest Arkansas Mall for the chance to be on the silver screen.
"So I have to say what an honor it is to cast on the film and to do it here is just extra special, it's where it should be," Morgan said.
For actors it's not just about the big break.
"I was in high school at the time that Brandon was playing and I was always back there, rooting him on as much as I could," Justin Stewart, a local actor said.
"I loved the way Brandon glorified God in his life and kind of want to do the same and I see this as a way to do that," Dustin Barton, a first time local actor said.
They want to be a part of something "Greater."
"He'd be very humbled by it, we feel like his legacy outta live on and this is a big part of that," Marty Burlsworth, Brandon's brother said.
Marty Burlsworth and his mother stopped by the audition Friday.
"To have Arkansas people here, a part of this that means a lot to us, and I know that's the way Brandon would feel about it."
The role of Brandon is still up for grabs.
"We are definitely looking for our Brandon and we want to find him here in Arkansas," Morgan said.
But Morgan said they're not just looking for his physical attributes.
"Someone who's got his heart, his integrity and character that can naturally bring him back on film that would be amazing," Morgan said.
They're not just casting speaking roles. They're needing thousands of extras.
"We're looking for all types, from kids to grandparents, we need fans, we need Arkansas fans so the more the merrier," Morgan said.
If you want to be a part of "Greater" Auditions are held until Sunday, March 17th at the Northwest Arkansas Mall.
For more information on the casting visit their website here.