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Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon: July 1st 2011


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As long as your leg brace holds up and your care assistant is willing.

I see what you did there, even if it was a poorly constructed insult that doesnt really make much sense and is coming from someone posting on a computer game forum advertising in their sig for people to get in touch with them about an old gamecube game. But still, you gave it a shot.

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Michael Bay Talks Transformers 3

Source:Los Angeles Times

January 15, 2010

The Los Angeles Times reports that Transformers 3 director Michael Bay briefly spoke about the third installment at a discussion on sound in film:

So can we expect more thunderous sound in the third installment? Although the number of robots increased significantly from the first film for the second, the third film -- which will hit theaters in summer 2011, won't be as robot-heavy and there will be fewer explosions, a tight-lipped Bay said after the Q+A.

"There will be a nice crescendo ending," Bay said. "It gets much more into the robot character. The last time you kind of met a few of the robots; this time you're gonna get a much cooler landscape."

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  • 3 weeks later...

The third one will probably dispense with a script altogether!

It'll just be three hours of giant robots smashing each other up all interspersed together by the Autobot and Decepticon insignias zooming towards you in 3D.

Wait a minute that sounds better than the first two films combined.

I am not even going to bother to download this film.

Transformers "3Death of the Franchise! here's hoping!

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Show me something he does where he can act. Seriously. He can deliver lines, flex teenage muscles but he's not talented. At all. Evidence, Alex, evidence. You're a nice chap and I'm not being pedantic. He's got nothing to offer.

I'm not saying he's this generation's Tom Hanks, but he's perfectly watchable. He was pretty good in Eagle Eye, for instance. He's clearly not the source of the offensive badness that oozes from ever pore of TF2.

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Hey, it's been a long time since I've posted. Just been a little busy.

Transformers 3 has been going very well. We are going to shoot in LA, Chicago, Washington DC, Florida, Texas, Africa, Moscow, and China. On the talent front, we just locked in Frances McDormand and John Malkovich. Both amazing actors I've always wanted to work with. We also just got Ken Jeong, he is the super funny actor stuck in the trunk from “Hangover” and the Doctor from “Knocked Up.”

We start shooting pre-shoots in about one month.

I also was at a Ferrari charity event this week raising money for a hospital being built by Ferrari in Haiti. I announced that night the newest Autobot to join Transformers: the Ferrari 458 Italia.

I also want to thank everyone on this site that donated to the Make -A-Wish charity. We raised $20,000 which I will personally be matching. This is a great charity where they make wishes come true for kids who are very ill. We have had many Kids from Make-A-Wish visit us on our Transformers sets and this time we will be posting video of their visits on Transformers 3.

Michael Bay

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1) Who the fuck is Silverbolt?

Leader of the Aerialbots. An Autobot version of the Constructicons (Devastator), but aircraft based transformers rather than construction vehicles. They combine into Superion. http://transformers.wikia.com/wiki/Silverbolt_%28G1%29 http://transformers.wikia.com/wiki/Superion_%28G1%29

Edit: He transforms into Concorde!

I hope they do a better job with the Gestelts this time..

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