FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) --Dozens of Fresnans hoping to be Hollywood's next breakout star stood in line for hours to audition for a motion picture.
At a local talent agency Saturday afternoon, the owners of Tremendum Pictures interviewed people interested in acting.
You might remember the dynamic duo from The Gallows, a movie they shot in the Central Valley which aired nationally last year.
Right now, Tremendum Pictures has five projects in development and they're looking for actors for many different roles.
"There's so many good people here that are talented and I think sometimes people don't know it," cofounder Chris Lofing said. "Like they don't know if they're cut out for it or if that's even happening here. We want to create an environment where it is happening here and we can use those people who might have an interest in acting."
Their first film, The Gallows, was made with a small budget of $100,000.
And though it got negative ratings from most critics, it ended up grossing more than $40 million worldwide.