Transformer 4 With Megan Fox Will Begin Fresh Series, In Crowd Action!

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Tuesday, 24 August 2010

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Transformers 4 With 3D & Live Crowd Action!

Michael Bay, who was supposed to wind up the three-episode Transformers movies, now says that there could well be another 3 movies, according to the Australian tabloid, 'Moviesphere'!

According to the report, Bay has stated that after the third is released next year without Megan Fox, a Transformers 4-6 could be possible, "as long as the fans keep coming out to see them."

Although Transformers 3 will be in Real D 3D and IMAX 3D, number 4 would be an even bigger blockbuster according to the report.

In an interview recently with actress Megan Fox who is not in #3, but has apparently signed for Transformers #4, has let slip the fact that Transformers #4 will not only be in 3D but will mix in live action at each showing.

"The movie will be going in 3D and all of a sudden you may find some actors from your own area mixing with the audience and talking with the action on the screen. This should really be fun."

Megan also stated that that was one of the big reasons for her return.

"I don't really know if this has been tried before but with today's 3D, this will be great!"

Before the latest Twilight movie, speakers went out all over the US to announce the movie and discuss it with mostly teenage girls. Before Transformer #4 appears, there will be local tryouts for the small parts where they briefly participate in the movie within the audience.

"But I'd go pee before it starts and be prepared for some sudden screaming", stated Michael Bay.

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