The cast and crew of the local lacrosse movie "Crooked Arrows" were in Danvers on Saturday to shoot a huge game scene at St. John’s Prep. Extras, who piled into the stands to play lax fans, watched as stars Brandon Routh, Chelsea Ricketts, Crystal Allen, and Gil Birmingham shot the scene with dozens of real-life lacrosse players from the area.
Local players add extra authenticity to movie about lacrosse
- Hollywood crews and stars - from Adam Sandler to Mark Wahlberg - have worked on movies north of Boston this summer, but a smaller budget independent film that has transformed the grounds of the Topsfield Fair into a set that looks like an Indian reservation could become more than a historical footnote. It is the first major film set for theatrical release about lacrosse.