Shia Labeouf discusses the acting challenges involved with making the <a href="http://webmaster.transformersmovie.com/click.html?c=FLINCG" target="_blank">Transformers Movie</a> with <a href=" http://movies.ign.com/articles/772/772050p1.html
and compares them with another film he is starring in, Disturbia. Shia also confirms that he is signed up for the Transformers sequel.
<i>"There's things you f***ing hate in that type of movie, and there's things that you do enjoy," said LaBeouf of acting in a heavy effects film. "But it's a totally different thing. You show up [for Disturbia] and you have David Morse to act off of. There's a security to it as opposed to [acting opposite] a ball and stick [in Transformers]. There's no way of telling if you and this robot — even after you've gotten your performance down, you've got animators that are going to take the robot and animate it. So it's a 50/50 play and you don't really know how it's going to turn out. Where as in Disturbia you could go back and look at the monitor and see if you felt it or not; in Transformers, we never had that. It was always this ambiguous 'maybe it'll work, maybe it won't' through the whole production. There was no security. And the relationship I had with [director Michael] Bay was not this nurturing, pat on the back [thing]. He was General Patton and you kind of have to be to make those movies."
Prior to the interview, LaBeouf was discussing his new physical training program — one designed to help the young actor "bulk up." Ironically enough, that nondescript conversation led to an exciting revelation.
"That's part of the bulk-up; they talk about the sequels," said LaBeouf of his role in Transformers. "I'm signed up if they do them, yeah."</i>
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