Sentinel Newsroom To Become Movie Set

Filming is set to begin on "Marley and Me" in South Florida in two weeks, including scenes on location in the Sun-Sentinel newsroom. The movie is based on the best-selling book by former Sentinel columnist John Grogan about his rascally dog (Marley). It's going to star Jennifer Anniston and Owen Wilson and the Sentinel's call for extras begins: "Got Rollerblades? An '80s car? A hot beach body?" Oh boy. Wilson of course was suicidal of late and I have a feeling that watching this thing is going to have a similar effect on many of us.

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