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Credibility given to the intent to make Transformers (live) 2 and 3!

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Perceptor at 2006-11-15 12:51 am
Wow, well apparently, the level of fan interst really has caught the attention of Hollywood movie execs.  I've heard casual mention by producers wanting Transformers the Movie (live) to become a multi-film franchise, but apparently they're getting serious!

In an interview with Spike Witwicky actor Shia LaBeouf on About: Hollywood Movies, confirms that he has signed on to Transformers 2 and 3!  Keep in mind this doesn't mean that there will be sequels, but his signing lends credibility to the idea that Hollywood wants/expects/hopes to make them...  He also has a lot of very interesting commentary on the making of the film and just how big he expects the $250 million budget blockbuster to be...  Here's hoping!

Knightwing said,  - 2006-11-15 19:13:07
Sweet! Hollywood actully makes decent sequels now. Multiple live action tf movies would be very cool.
Cybertronian Warrior said,  - 2006-11-16 09:53:29
I heard from an issue of Toyfare magezine, that Spike is going to be called Sam Witwicky, but his dad is still going to be Sparkplug. That's a good thing.
koss11 said,  - 2006-11-16 12:21:13
yeah who calls them selves spike anymore ...
UltimasPrime said,  - 2006-11-16 17:39:18
I think that LaBeouf is a little snot who thinks who he is. He's got an ego that he doesn't desirve and after reading this, a second interview with the egotist about Transformers, part of me hopes the movie flops so he'll never get another gig again.
Knightwing said,  - 2006-11-16 17:53:20
Don't worry to much about actors' egos. It may or may not come across in the movie. If you can tell his ego in the movie, then he has more than he should. If you can't tell his ego through his acting, then he's probably good enough to have his little ego trips.
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