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Posted at 1:43 PM ET, 08/ 6/2010

Want to be an extra in Transformers 3?

By Washington Post editors

Yeah, yeah. We know Transformers 2 was savaged by critics . Director Michael Bay was even dissed by star Megan Fox, who will not be returning for the sequel to the sequel, but never mind.

This could be your big break.

The D.C. office of Motion Picture and Television Development announced Friday that the producers of Transformers 3 slated to be filmed in D.C. late this summer, are looking for extras. The dates, times and details have yet to be worked out, but they are asking those interested to fill out a questionaire detailing their experience.

Among the queries -- Any experience in precision driving?

From the Office's website: please submit ALL of the information below to movie@taylorroyall.com. ONLY ONE submission per person, please. We will not be contacting anyone until the shoot gets closer, so if you don’t get a response please know that we did receive your submission – there is no need to resubmit.

SUBJECT LINE: T3 extra – Your Name – Union OR Non-union

Name:
Phone Number:
Email:
Union or non-union?
If union, SAG #:
Height:
Weight:
Shirt size:
Pant size:
Shoe size:
Jacket or Dress size:
Do you have a car?
If so: Make & model:
Year:
Color:
Have you done precision driving? (if so, please submit your resume)
Please be sure to attach a recent photo of yourself.

By Washington Post editors  | August 6, 2010; 1:43 PM ET
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Comments

If they want to have a true DC experience, the plot should include the evil transformers getting away because the good ones were stuck on the Metro.

Posted by: jiji1 | August 6, 2010 3:31 PM | Report abuse

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