Not everyone who's hoping to make it onto the big screen for "42" is getting paid for their time.
Hundreds of the people sitting in the stands at Engel Stadium just hoping to make it into the background for a quick shot are spending hours on end baking in the hot sun.
So the extras casting company keeps it interesting.
Jessica Brown with Southern Hollywood Events called out, "We are about to give away an amazing trip."
If getting the chance to see yourself on the big screen in a Hollywood movie isn't enough-- How about a trip to Jamaica? One lucky extra sitting in the stands Friday took home the big prize.
The winning numbers were called out.
One woman thinks she won, to find out she was one number off.
Well as they say in the movies: Take two!
Vanessa Calloway finds out she was the actual winner. She said, "Yay! I didn't get my hair done but I got a trip!"
Calloway will be spending three days in Montego Bay thanks to "42." She explained, "It was very exciting especially since its in my home town. And as a child my dad brought me here so I wanted to come and be a part of it. And then to make it extra special I turn 51 next Tuesday so I'll be on set."
When all of the paid stars of the movie leave for lunch, it's time to thank the hundreds of volunteers who braved the heat in the stands.
Rick Holcomb was one of them. He said, "It's a little hot today out here."
Brown said, "All the main positions had been cast, the paid positions. We wanted to open up more of an opportunity for more of the locals to be involved, you know, in this great movie. It's a very historic film, we're in Chattanooga. So it's a great way to invite people out. And in lieu of them donating their time we're raffling off all sorts of great prizes."
Holcomb added, "You meet a lot of interesting people, you know, it's hot. But you know, hey. If you're in the picture, it's worth it."
Next week, they'll be giving away a trip to Cancun.
So register with Southern Hollywood Events