Ever since the title for the Captain America sequel, Winter Soldier, was announced, people have been very excited to see it. But what if you could do one better? What if you could be in it? Looks like, if you've got the scratch, you can make that dream come true.
For one lucky person (with deep pockets) and their guest, the opportunity to get onto the set of the film that will likely reunite Steve Rogers with his best friend Bucky Barnes is one charity auction away. CharityBuzz is giving away that and more to benefit Toluca Baseball.
A walk-in isn't necessarily the only thing you'll get, though. The full details entail the possibility of that and a whole lot more. Check it out:
This walk-on role is a nonspeaking role and can be redeemed between April 2 and June 30, 2013. The award is valid for two people. Both participants must be 18 or older. Availability is based on production schedule. A meet and greet will be arranged with the actors that are filming during your set visit day. Cannot guarantee meet and greet with any specific actors. It is possible filming may take the full day so please plan accordingly. We cannot guarantee the scene in which you participate or your performance in that scene will make the final editor's cut. While on the set, please follow any rules or guidelines communicated to you by the production staff. Airfare, transportation and accommodations not included. Cannot be returned or exchanged. Cannot be resold or re-auctioned. To be scheduled at a mutually agreed upon date. Winning bidder and guest(s) subject to security screening. We expect all winning bidders and their guests to conduct themselves appropriately when attending an experience won at Charitybuzz. Polite manners and respect for the generous donor and adherence to any rules or parameters are a must.
Looks like a little risk is there, but even money says that if you play it cool and don't mind coming when called, there's a chance you'll get the full tour and maybe even hang out with some of the cast and crew.
What do you think? Worth sacrificing those shekels you've got saved up?
(via MTV Splashpage)