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Transformers DOTM: Michael Bay interview!

Transformers News: Transformers DOTM: Michael Bay interview!
Date: Wednesday, December 8th 2010 1:25pm CST
Categories: Interviews, Movie News, People News
Posted by: Dead Metal | Credit(s): Albershide, Hip-Hoptimus Rime, Steven Weintraub, Collider

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Collider.com has had the chance to sit down with Michael Bay, watch the teaser trailer for Transformers Dark of the Moon, watch 20 minutes of the movie, and hold a 3 hour interview with Michael Bay!
The interview exists as a written transcript and there is also a video summary.

Warning: The interview and video contain spoilers so if you don't want to be spoilt, read another of our fine articles!

So you don't mind spoilers? then you can click here!

Transformers Collectors' Club issue #36 has started to arrive

Transformers News: Transformers Collectors' Club issue #36 has started to arrive
Date: Saturday, November 27th 2010 11:59am CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Collector's Club News, Comic Book News, Interviews
Posted by: Seibertron

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Check your mail Seibertronians! The latest issue of the Transformers Collectors' Club magazine has started hitting some of our mailboxes. If you haven't received issue #36 Dec/Jan 2011 yet, you should in the next couple of weeks. Here's a run down on what's covered in this issue:

  • Brian's Bytes and Bolts - covers hotel reserverations for BotCon 2011, issue #5 of Transformers Timelines, and MCAX.com
  • Interview with Paul Eiding
  • Interview with Duane Capizzi and David Hartman from the "Transformers Prime" production team
  • Character bios for Autobot IRONFIST and Decepticon Gestalt BRUTICUS
  • A look at the TCC 2011 Exclusives Side Burn (free membership figure), a Photoshop mockup of Animated Transtech Cheetor, and G2 Ramet.
  • This issue's comic is "The Coming Storm: Part 6" which features the Autobots battling Bruticus
  • Transformers Comic Spotlight: Generation 2 Redux (interview with Greg Sepelak)

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Interview with Transformers Prime voice actress Tania Gunadi!

Transformers News: Interview with Transformers Prime voice actress Tania Gunadi!
Date: Friday, November 26th 2010 8:10am CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Interviews, People News
Posted by: Dead Metal | Credit(s): Moonbug, Transformers-Prime.com

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Transformers-Prime.com, a sister site of UK based fan-site Transformers at the Moon, has held an interview with the newest voice actress to the vast family of Transformers voice actors we love so very much.

We will post just the first two questions, so if you wish to read the full interview please do so by clicking here.

It is our privilege to be able to bring you an exclusive interview with Transformers Prime voice actress Tania Gunadi. Tania voices Miko Nakadai the female lead human character in the show. We recently had the opportunity to ask Tania some questions regarding her role, the show as well as her acting and background in general.

Q1. You were born in West Java in Indonesia and moved to the United States at a young age, could you tell us more about this and what first impressions when you arrived within the US?

Oh man, moving to the US was one the coolest things ever. It was actually a really big surprise because my sister had submitted my name into the US green card lottery, and I won- along with my Mom and Dad! This might sound a little funny to Los Angelinos bu t when I first walked out of LAX airport, I was blown away at how fresh the air was and how awesome the traffic flowed cause I'd never seen a freeway before. And I liked looking at all the big buildings, the variety of people surrounding me and everyone was speaking English! And while I didn't quite understand what they were saying cause my English was super bad at the time, I was just so excited to be here.

Q2. How did you get into acting and voice acting and what was it that interested you in acting in the first place?

When I grew up in Indonesia, I knew nothing about acting, voice over, or anything involving TV/Film. Then while working at Pizza Hut, my first job in LA, a friend mentioned something about auditioning for a Disneyland commercial. I didn't even know what auditioning was but long story short, I booked it and have been hooked on acting ever since. I remember calling my mom and telling her that I found what I wanted to do in life, and she was pretty much shocked. She was hoping that I would work in a bank or something like that where I have a stable income with my own office and wear like, a nice suit and stuff. She tried convincing me that acting was to be a hobby only, and that I should find a real job, but I told her that it IS the best job for me because I get to have fun and make a living at the same time? Eventually after coming to set and sitting in some acting classes with me, she came around to being very supportive of what I love to do. She even had a small part in an episode of Boston Public with me and enjoyed it very much!


Interview with Josh Keaton (voice of Transformers Prime's Jack Darby)

Transformers News: Interview with Josh Keaton (voice of Transformers Prime's Jack Darby)
Date: Wednesday, November 24th 2010 6:56pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Interviews, People News
Posted by: Diem | Credit(s): The Trades

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Josh Keaton, voice of Jack Darby in the upcoming Transformers: Prime, has been interviewed by The Trades and shows a surprising amount of insight into what fans want from the show:

The Trades wrote:In addition to "Firebreather," you've also got another new project in the works, Transformers Prime.


Josh Keaton wrote:I play Jack Darby, who is one of the humans involved with the Transformers. I grew up with the Transformers, and I know a lot of fans like the shows to be more 'bot-centric, and I have to say that Transformers Prime is definitely a lot more in that direction. There are humans in the show, and the humans have an important relationship with the Transformers, but it really is more about the 'bots as opposed to being a human-based story where the 'bots are just kind of in the background.


The full interview can be seen here.



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Exclusive Seibertron.com interview with Stan Bush

Transformers News: Exclusive Seibertron.com interview with Stan Bush
Date: Monday, October 11th 2010 8:56am CDT
Categories: Interviews, People News
Posted by: Delicon | Credit(s): Stan Bush

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Recently we got a chance to catch up with Stan Bush, the singer/songwriter most known to Transformers fans as the man responsible for the iconic song "The Touch" which first appeared in the 1986 Transformers cartoon movie.

Stan has recently released a brand new CD entitled "Dream the Dream" and has a lot of other things going on right now, and he was more than happy to take the time to fill us in with all his latest news, as well as giving us a look back at his career.

Seibertron.com: You've been recording albums for decades now. Has there ever been a time where you've felt like stepping away from the business and have
you ever thought ahead to how long you'd like to keep performing?

Stan: Well, although I’ve had a fair amount of success, it’s a tough business and can at times be overwhelming. I love songwriting and performing, and the artistic aspect is certainly very fulfilling. I kind of had my ‘break’ from the business during the nineties, when rock went sideways with the grunge thing. I kept making records mainly for my fans in Europe and Japan, where eighties rock was still happening. Looking ahead, I plan to keep trying to create music. I don’t really have a timeline in mind, but touring will probably make less sense after a point.

Seibertron.com: You've become a mainstay at BotCon having been a special guest at 3 of the last 4 BotCons and have also made appearances at a variety ofsci-fi and anime conventions and even the world famous San Diego Comic
Con. Do you have any upcoming convention appearances over the next few months?

Stan Bush: I’ve been talking with a European promoter about doing some shows after the holidays. I don’t have any definite info right now, but fans can check the website stanbush.com to see what’s happening. I’ve been asked to appear in Australia next summer, and I plan to keep appearing in the U.S. as well.

Seibertron.com: Since you mentioned Europe, you have become a bit of a "Hasslehoff" over there, meaning your European fanbase is astoundingly large. Do you have any thoughts as to why?

Stan: I’m not sure why, but it kind of took off during the late eighties when I did the "Stan Bush & Barrage” album with “The Touch”. I did tours in Germany and surrounding countries, and kept making albums. It was cool to have such devoted fans.

Seibertron.com: Speaking of "The Touch," it has become your signature song. When you first recorded it, did you have any inkling that would be the case?

Stan: No, it took us completely by surprise. Lenny Macaluso and I originally wrote “The Touch” for the Stallone movie “Cobra” and then found out it was going to be in a cartoon movie about robots. We were like, ‘what’? Anyway, it turned out to be quite a phenomenon!

Seibertron.com: "The Touch" has been re-released multiple times on some of your more recent albums. Your other big song from The Transformers soundtrack
was "Dare," and some TF fans enjoy that song just as much as "The Touch." Do you have any plans on doing a remake of "Dare" and including it on a future album?

Stan: “Dare” is also a great song, although I didn’t actually write it. It’s been suggested that we put “Dare” on Rock Band. “The Touch” will be coming out on Rock Band fairly soon. I think you know this but my other song “Til All Are One” is featured in the new Activision game “Transformers: War for Cybertron”. I’m working on a couple of new ‘action’ songs as well.

Seibertron.com: You mentioned your website earlier. For those who have not visited it, or at least not visited it recently, what kinds of cool things can they expect to find at Stanbush.com?

Stan: Well, the new website is set up to be more easily updated, and I’m also now on Facebook and Twitter, and we have a YouTube account. We’ve had a lot of positive feedback on the new site.

Seibertron.com: What are the biggest differences in the music industry now and how it was when you first started?

Stan: Well, the industry used to be controlled by the major record labels and radio syndication. Now it’s anything and everything on the Internet. The overall quality of music perhaps is a bit lower, but people have more choices than ever.

Seibertron.com: For someone who has never heard your music before, how would you describe it and who are some of your influences?

Stan: I’m still an eighties guy. Early influences would include Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, and I also liked the Motown stuff, and later, bands like Foreigner.

Seibertron.com: Having said that, If you could play on stage with any one musician or group living or
dead, who would it be and why?

Stan: I think Jimmy Page (back in the day) was probably one of the most creative musicians ever! I’ve always been a huge Paul McCartney fan.

Seibertron.com: What are the biggest differences in the music industry now and how it was when you first started?


Stan:
Well, the industry used to be controlled by the major record labels and radio syndication. Now it’s anything and everything on the Internet. The overall quality of music perhaps is a bit lower, but people have more choices than ever.

Seibertron.com: What do you consider the biggest honor or achievement of your career?

Stan:
Winning an Emmy Award was definitely one of the biggest moments in my career. It was for best original song for television.

Seibertron.com: I'm sure your fans have been vocal to you as to what some of their favorite Stan Bush songs are, but what's your personal favorite?

Stan: I really like “I’ll Never Fall” from the “In This Life” album. From the new album I like “Dream the Dream” and “Never Hold Back”.

Seibertron.com: How much do your own personal experiences factor into your song lyrics?

Stan:
Many of my ‘go for it’ ‘believe in yourself’ songs have an uplifting message that resonates with my outlook on life. Each of us makes our own reality. Some of the loves songs are true and some are fictional, but have situations that happen to most of us.

Seibertron.com: Stan, thanks so much for your time today. We have time for one more question. You mentioned your new album "Dream the Dream." How does it compare to past albums you have made?

Stan: I think the “Dream the Dream” album has reached a new level of sophistication of songwriting and production. My producer Holger Fath really does a great job with arrangements, guitars and keyboards. As a writer I think I’m still learning though. I guess we all keep learning in life. Anyway, I really appreciate the support! Please visit stanbush.com!

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Details revealed from Transformers Collector's Club issue #35 Oct / Nov 10

Transformers News: Details revealed from Transformers Collector's Club issue #35 Oct / Nov 10
Date: Saturday, October 2nd 2010 12:24pm CDT
Categories: Collector's Club News, Comic Book News, Interviews, People News, Toy News
Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): Transformers Collector's Club

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The latest issue of the Transformers Collector's Club magazine is arriving at the mailboxes of Seibertronians! Issue #35, dated October / November 2010, reveals several new Transformers products, some of which we've already seen unofficially during the past couple of weeks. Here's a rundown on what you can look forward to this issue:

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SPRING 2011 PREVIEW!

Brian's Bytes and Bolts - Brian mentioned that they hope to have registration online later this year for BotCon 2011 as well as other exciting details about BotCon, MCAX.com, the Diamond Edition 2010 BotCon comic, and more!

An Interview with Flint Dille - always an entertaining interview!

Q&A with Hasbro - pictures reveal new images of Deluxe Generation 2 Optimus Prime (looks incredible), deluxe Wreck-Gar, deluxe Perceptor, deluxe Scourge, deluxe Tracks and legends Trailcutter. The article reveals some details about a few other characters who have not received updates recently and also alludes or strongly hints that there might be possible future updates of the 3 remaining original Autobots who have yet to receive a new figure yet.

Profiles for Sentinel Major (looks like a non-Animated version of his Animated self) and Ricochet (BotCon 2005 Cyberjet).

Comic: "The Coming Storm: Part 5" which includes an awesome final page that fans will be sure to love.

Transformers Comic Spotlight: Sector 7 Issue 1 (interview with IDW Editor Andy Schmidt)

The issue rounds out with "The Back Cover" which features "Around Cybertron", "Featured Fan Art!" (Megatron by April Ford), and the latest "Recordicons" comic strip by David Willis.


If you're not a member of the Transformers Collector's Club, check out all of the details by clicking here.

Seibertron.com Exclusive Interview with Bell, Coller, and Bove

Transformers News: Seibertron.com Exclusive Interview with Bell, Coller, and Bove
Date: Thursday, September 30th 2010 8:37am CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Comic Book News, Interviews, People News
Posted by: Razorclaw0000 | Credit(s): Mario Coleman, Apocalypse Comics

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We've been bringing you news of the upcoming New York Comic Con and its guests.

Thanks to the generosity of Apocalypse Comics, Seibertron.com got a chance to briefly interview Michael Bell, Casey Coller, and John-Paul Bove.


Michael Bell

Razorclaw0000: You have over 300 credits listed on IMDB, spanning over 40 years. Of all of those roles, which has been the most memorable? The most fun? The most challenging?

Michael Bell: If you mean the most fun On Camera I would have to say " Star Trek"....although working in front of a live audience on 'Three's Company"was a treat. VO? Well, that's a hard one. Between GI Joe, Transformers, The Inhumaniods,
( games ) Ratchet and Clank, Defiance of Kain, and the later series the SMURFS and Rugrats.. I have had one happy uvula.


RZ0: When voicing multiple characters in a series, how do you differentiate them? What inspires each one's distinct personality? How does it feel to talk to yourself?

MB: Most actors prepared for vo work have developed their characters years before they got the role. Voice people are all movie buffs and a little crazy. We often just match up what we have worked on with the animated character art work that is submitted to us.
However, sometimes the art work itself has something distinguishable that causes the actor to reach deep down and devise a voice or combination of both timbre and wrinkle for that character. Uh..whad he say?
As to talking to myself, as a married man, I have had plenty of practice.


RZ0: Can you discuss your role or roles in "Transformers:Prime"?

MB: I have been programed to forget I am part of that. In fact everyone involved has forgotten it to the point that I was never informed I was doing it. Did I do that already or is it yet to be done?
That is the question?


RZ0: Your daughter Ashley Bell is quickly making a name for herself as an actress, having recently starred in the #1 hit movie "The Last Exorcism." What are your thoughts on her acting career and are you surprised that she followed in your footsteps?

MB: I am not surprised at anything Ashley does once she sets her mind to it. She was very introverted as a kid so I thought she would be teaching classes in }how to avoid joining in and still be happy."
Now she that she is out of the bottle and in the spotlight, there is no getting the jinni back in.
Her performance in TLE was a startling revelation to me. I have seen her be brilliant on stage, but had no idea that she mastered the technique of film. Still reeling from her performance.


RZ0: It is now common knowledge that your iconic G.I. Joe character Duke was supposed to die in the animated G.I. Joe movie, but because of the backlash at the death of Optimus Prime in the Transformers animated film, that plan was quickly changed. What do you think the reaction would have been had G.I. Joe been released first and Duke was in fact killed in the film?

MB: I think there would have been riots and many would have perished in Korea, Japan and the Philippines. I personally am responsible for saving millions of lives and careers and have never been given the proper credit for it..or even a fig newton.

RZ0: You are probably more famous as a voice actor, but you've had your share of "on screen" roles as well, having appeared on TV shows such as M*A*S*H, Star Trek (The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine), The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Charlie's Angels and many more Any favorite roles?

MB: As I said, loved doing "Star Trek." Actually I enjoyed most of my On Camera work until I did a show that featured a star ( that has long been snuffed out) who was such an egomaniac that I no longer had a taste for that end of the business. I also hated my wardrobe. I have never looked back since, which has made me a muggers dream.


Casey Coller

RZ0: You've had a number of excellent homage covers. How do you select the original to homage, i.e. how did you select X-Men #1 for the Michael Bell cover for Ongoing #12 or "The Killing Joke" for All Hail Megatron #1?

Casey Coller: The first two homage covers I did for IDW and Apocalypse Comics (The Killing Joke and Amazing Spider-Man #50 homages) were Mario Coleman's idea. Mario is the guy who runs Apocalypse Comics and approached IDW with the ideas. I was just the lucky bastard who got to draw them! After doing those covers, I felt it was appropriate to continue that tradition for the NYCC covers. I was presented with the idea of doing a cover featuring the Transformers characters that were voiced by Michael Bell in the Sunbow cartoon, as he'll be appearing with us at the Apocalypse Comics booth. So I was just looking for an iconic image to match up with these characters. When I considered the X-Men #1 cover, I started to realize the Autobots had a bit it common with the X-Men featured on the cover. Prowl and Cyclops (both leader-ish types sometimes looked upon as, well, I guess rigid would be a nice way to put it), Brainstorm and Beast (both scientist-types), Sideswipe and Iceman (both portrayed as hot-headed characters at times), Swoop and Angel (simply because they have wings... and I thought Swoop's missile launchers could fit where Angel's bazooka was). And then there's First-Aid. He doesn't necessarily have anything in common with Jean Grey, but the pose made me chuckle a bit. It seemed like a character portrayed as a "pacifist medic" kind of fit with this pose. He looks like he could be saying "Stop it, guys! There's no need to fight!" Or maybe he's just not looking forward to fixing them all once the fight is done! Anyway, it just seemed like it would match up fairly well, and it would be a lot of fun to draw!

When I do an homage cover, I want it to be completely out of respect to the original. The instant recognizability is a testament to the lasting impact of the original artist's work. In one istance, because it was so recent, I did contact the artist for his blessing. That was the Optimus Prime cover of AHM #12. I contacted Klaus Scherwinski about creating a mirror image of his Megatron cover for AHM #1 as sort of a bookend. He's a great guy, and gave me the go-ahead.



RZ0: How do you approach work for the Transformers Collector's Club when compared to IDW? Does one give you more creative freedom?

CC: Well first, both IDW and TFCC are great to work for. As far as creative freedom goes, I'd say IDW gives their artists a bit more freedom (though I believe some of that's being reigned it a bit of late). Their artists are generally free to draw in their own style. Pete Sinclair (TFCC) has a fairly specific style he's looking for, which luckily is somewhat similar to my style. So I think that works well also. My approach doesn't change much in the sense that I'm just trying to put my best work out there for the Transformers fans in either case.


RZ0: Who is your favorite character to pencil and why?

CC: I have a few favorites... I love drawing Kup (cy-gar or no cy-gar!), Starscream, Megatron, and yes, Drift. But my absolute favorite character to draw is Jazz. I love drawing characters with personality, and I just have a lot of fun with him. There may be a bit of "first transformer" syndrome there as well, as he was the first one I got back in 1984. But I just love the look of him. He's got style!


RZ0: What was your favorite cover to pencil?

Hmm... that's a tough one. I think I'd have to say it's the Blurr cover. It was a challenge in the sense that I was asked to draw him kind of just standing there for the "magazine-cover" style cover. I can't remember how exactly it was worded, but Shane wasn't looking for some sort of dynamic pose, but more like something you'd see a rock star doing on the cover of Rolling Stone. He wanted him to look like a big deal. So when it was all said and done, I felt like I was able to pull off a cover that had quite a bit of personality to it, with nothing more than some very subtle posture and facial expression. You can really tell that Blurr thinks the world of himself there! And when Joana and I were talking about colors, we sent each other images of cars in showrooms, bright lights shining on, and streaking across the polished sportscars. Joana just absolutely nailed this look. I was truly blown away. And then once Hutch added the text, it all came together. I think the end result came out better than I thought it could.


John-Paul Bove

RZ0: You've been involved in official IDW works and the not-quite-canon Tranformers:Mosaics. Do you prefer one or the other?

John-Paul Bove I think in a number of ways I view them in the same way. I first started collaborating with Casey when I was pitching War Journal to Josh Van Reyk and discovered Casey had done a number of outstanding TF pin ups and I thought he'd do great sequentials (which obviously he did) and now I've had the chance to work with him for "real" which has been fantastic. In some ways the line is a bit blurry because a lot of the Mosaic guys have gone on to do pro work for IDW and a lot of the pros have contributed something to Mosaic. I'm absolutely thrilled to be colouring an official TF (and GI Joe) cover because I'm a huge fan of TF's and a lot of the editors and artists at IDW I admire big time. If feels like a proper community and that's true of Mosaics too. The one big thing about Mosaics that I love is that I've had a chance to write a few and writing was really how I started down the road of comics. I have to admit I get a huge thrill when the reaction to a Mosaic that I've written comes through and for some reason I'm always surprised when it's really positive. I think the truth is I just love both avenues, because the artistic community for both are just outstanding and so are the people in charge. I have made some absolutely amazing and very talented friends (most of whom I've never met in the flesh) because of these experiences, and I get to share in something I have a deep love for. Either way I feel pretty lucky, though I won't deny I'd love to write some TF stuff for IDW one day.

RZ0: As a colorist, you bring penciled works to life. How do you settle on a style which meshes with the sketches you've received?

JPB: Years and years of trial and error! I usually start in terms of style, is it classical, scratchy, bold, etc and try and figure out what style works best with it. Knowing the mood or intent of a panel or page also guides whether to go one way or another. That said, the artist normally gives some good guidance on intent too and Casey's very specific on certain details so obviously I want to make sure they're in. There is rarely just one way to go though and I actually did 2 completely different versions of both the TF and GI Joe cover, a more modern looking TF cover and a more traditional "painted" look for the GI Joe one. I may post these up one day, but I do feel the best versions are the ones used in the final comic.

Seibertron.com thanks Mario at Apocalypse Comics for the opportunity and Michael, Casey, and John-Paul for their time!

Madman Entertainment interviews Transformers writer Shane McCarthy

Transformers News: Madman Entertainment interviews Transformers writer Shane McCarthy
Date: Thursday, September 23rd 2010 11:25pm CDT
Categories: Company News, Interviews, People News
Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): Madman Entertainment, Berzerker Prime

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Berzerker Prime wrote:This seems like a good time to point out this recent interview with Shane McCarthy:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ezq28NGYP8E

http://www.madman.com.au/videos/view/2282


Funny you should mention this. I just received an email from Daniel, one of our good friends over at Madman Entertainment regarding these videos. Here's what he had to say ...

Daniel @ Madman Entertainment wrote:Hi guys,

Just wanted to drop you a note to let you know an interview I conducted with Shane McCarthy for Madman, Australia's Transformers G1 DVD distributor at a recent pop culture convention in Australia is now online.

It's an entertaining interview and Shane is obviously a massive Transformers fan so Seibertron's readers are sure to enjoy it as well.

On Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ezq28NGYP8E



On Madman: http://www.madman.com.au/videos/view/2282

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Madman's Transformers portal: http://www.madman.com.au/transformers

New interview with Stan Bush by the Old Oilhouse, Moonbase2 and .... Nick Roche!

Transformers News: New interview with Stan Bush by the Old Oilhouse, Moonbase2 and .... Nick Roche!
Date: Thursday, September 9th 2010 11:34am CDT
Categories: Interviews, People News
Posted by: Dead Metal | Credit(s): The Old Oilhouse, Moonbase2, Nick Roche

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Yes you read that right, there is a new interview in podcast form by the UK based podcasts "The Old Oilhouse" and "Moonbase2", but what sets this apart from any other Transformers related interview other than being a crossover between two podcasts is the fact that for the first time ever a Transformers celebrity interviews another Transformers celebrity!

So if you want to hear Grufflock, KaelPrime and Nick Roche interview Stan Bush just click here to stream the interview and here to download it for free!

Once you've done that how about checking out our own podcast, the Twincast by clicking here?

Chicago Sun Times Michael Bay Interview- More Plot Revealed

Transformers News: Chicago Sun Times Michael Bay Interview- More Plot Revealed
Date: Wednesday, July 21st 2010 4:54am CDT
Categories: Interviews, Movie News, People News
Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): Bill Zwecker, Chicago Sun Times

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In an interview with the Chicago Sun Times, Transformers 3 director Michael Bay revealed what might be considered to be vague plot points.

Note: As usual, for those avoiding movie news, don't highlight the text, or visit the link.

"Though Bay keeps his ''Transformers 3'' story line close to the vest, he did reveal the Chicago footage ''is at the very end of the movie and the city is under alien attack, so it's very critical and important to the film's climax.''

The scene shot Monday between Michigan and Wabash focused on ''a number of base jumpers who are part of Josh Duhamel's unit. The heroes in this movie have very few people coming to help them this time. I like to think of it as the 'Black Hawk Down' version of 'Transformers' -- it's much more intimate in terms of what's happening.

''Something very bad has happened to America -- and this is at the very end of the movie.''"


"After the ''TF3'' crews leave Chicago at the end of next month, they will move on to Detroit, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and Florida, ''plus a number of international locations we can't yet reveal,'' producer Ian Bryce said Monday."


Check out the Sun Times online article here.

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