Calling all Dino-heads…this could be your opportunity to be eaten by a T-Rex, if a casting call returns.

Jurassic World 3 has been reported to be filming in Merritt between Feb. 25 and March 6, with an open casting call for any extras.

Yet, the link to the casting call was mysteriously pulled from the company’s website shortly after it arrived.

A news release stated: “We’re looking for men and women, ages 25 – 65, to play mill workers, fisherman, and townsfolk in a feature film. Applicants must have reliable transport.”

The announcement was first reported on by Reel News Hawaii on Twitter, before blowing up in the news circuit.

Shortly after the Herald first reported about the sensation on Fri. Feb. 7, the posting was pulled from the company’s website with nary a trace, despite the page showing a list of other calls that had expired or been filled.

The Herald has reached out to the company to inquire as to why, with no response yet at press time. Any possible answers so far are purely speculation.

Jurassic World stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Isabella Sermon and Laura Dern. It is the third installment of the trilogy, directly following Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.