'Transformers 4' has already cast Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz and Jack Reynor but in looking to fill some additional roles, producers are taking an unexpected approach: a reality TV show.

Think you're the next Megan Fox or Shia LaBeouf? Well now you have your chance to prove it to the 'Transformers 4' team as they cast a wide net for actors looking to join the cast of their upcoming reboot/sequel.

'Transformers 4 Actor Talent Search' will be judged by 'Transformers 4' producer Lorenzo DiBonaventura, former head of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences Sid Ganis, casting director Denise Chamian and Paramount’s President of Marketing and Distribution Megan Colligan. And you don't even have to have any acting experience. Four winners will be chosen - two from a pool of professional actors and two from a pool of entrants with no acting experience.

Set to begin airing in June, 2013, the series will unfortunately air only in China and looks to specifically be casting Chinese actors for the roles in the film.

'Transformers 4' will be partly shot in China and, like many Hollywood blockbusters (see, 'Iron Man 3'), is catering to a burgeoning Chinese audience that has become increasingly important to the international box-office.