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Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction?

Transformers News: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction?

Sunday, February 2nd, 2014 2:18PM CST

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Reno Wilson, who provided voices Frenzy, Mudflap, and Brains in the previous Transformers films, will be returning for the upcoming Transformers: Age of Extinction. The tweet has since been removed, but he posted the following last month:

Just finished a v.o. session for Michael Bay, who is a genius! Each one better than the last! #Transformers4 #Brains


Transformers News: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction?

Could Brains and Wheelie have survived the crash of the Decepticon war ship in Transformers: DOTM, and be returning for the upcoming film? Perhaps he will be lending his voice to an all new character, we'll just have to wait and see.
Credit(s): Reno Wilson
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Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547370)
Posted by Sabrblade on February 2nd, 2014 @ 2:55pm CST
I guess his playing a role in these films has become something of a tradition. :P
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547371)
Posted by Burn on February 2nd, 2014 @ 2:58pm CST
He just needs to play a character called "Carl". Image
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547372)
Posted by JazZeke on February 2nd, 2014 @ 2:59pm CST
I have no problem with this. Although the fact that he considers Bay a genius doesn't speak highly of his own intelligence.
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547379)
Posted by Mindmaster on February 2nd, 2014 @ 3:08pm CST
The pair's fate at the tail end of Dark of the Moon is rather ambiguous. The film implies that they died when the Decepticon ship crashed, but the novel says that they escaped unharmed.

With that note, I'd say that Wheelie and Brains making a comeback is pretty likely. ;)
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547406)
Posted by Nemesis Maximo on February 2nd, 2014 @ 4:23pm CST
I hope Wheelie and Brains' fates stay 'ambiguous'. I found them almost as annoying as the twins from ROTF. Whoever he voices is likely to be just annoying though.
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547427)
Posted by Rated X on February 2nd, 2014 @ 5:15pm CST
If theyre gonna bring back Brains and Wheelie, they might as well bring back the twins too...
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547429)
Posted by SlyTF1 on February 2nd, 2014 @ 5:21pm CST
JazZeke wrote:I have no problem with this. Although the fact that he considers Bay a genius doesn't speak highly of his own intelligence.


Bay is a genius. I'd like to see you make as much money as he did with DOTM alone.
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547443)
Posted by SpaceSkull on February 2nd, 2014 @ 6:09pm CST
RIP Brains and Wheelie. If Ironhide, Sentinel and all the rest are gone then so should they.

Cue Steve Jablonsky swelling musical score.
Optimus walks slowly up to the crowd of soldiers, civilians and Autobots amidst a smoldering city.

Sam asks "Optimus, what happened to Wheelie and Brains? You know, those two little shits that kept eying up my girl friends? One of them who dry humped my gal's leg?"

"Today they sacrificed their lives so that humanity and the Autobots could unite and defeat the scourge of the Decepticons, led by their cruel and brutal leader Megatron. Together Brains and Wheelie were able to bring down a Decepticon warship helping to turn the tide of battle within the city of Chicago, in our favor. The tiniest of warriors gave their spark for us all. Truly there was more than meets the eye to those two fallen heroes who are now one with the Matrix."

"That being said, I wish they were still with us so they could comically crawl, into our new threat, Unicron's body and wreak havoc again helping to turn the tide once more in our favor in this new movie." "This time it will be you Sam and that little Chihuahua that will go."
"Till all are one!"
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547457)
Posted by DinobotScorn on February 2nd, 2014 @ 6:37pm CST
SlyTF1 wrote:
JazZeke wrote:I have no problem with this. Although the fact that he considers Bay a genius doesn't speak highly of his own intelligence.


Bay is a genius. I'd like to see you make as much money as he did with DOTM alone.


Money =/= Intelligence
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547686)
Posted by PrymeStriker on February 3rd, 2014 @ 2:43pm CST
DinobotScorn wrote:
SlyTF1 wrote:
JazZeke wrote:I have no problem with this. Although the fact that he considers Bay a genius doesn't speak highly of his own intelligence.


Bay is a genius. I'd like to see you make as much money as he did with DOTM alone.


Money =/= Intelligence


If you have the ability to successfully direct three blockbuster films and rake in the money for them, it's almost impossible to be simultaneously simpleminded.
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547751)
Posted by Sabrblade on February 3rd, 2014 @ 8:41pm CST
PrymeStriker wrote:
DinobotScorn wrote:
SlyTF1 wrote:
JazZeke wrote:I have no problem with this. Although the fact that he considers Bay a genius doesn't speak highly of his own intelligence.


Bay is a genius. I'd like to see you make as much money as he did with DOTM alone.


Money =/= Intelligence


If you have the ability to successfully direct three blockbuster films and rake in the money for them, it's almost impossible to be simultaneously simpleminded.
Fact: We can safely say for certain that Michael Bay is at least not intellectually disabled. :)
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547774)
Posted by Burn on February 3rd, 2014 @ 9:59pm CST
Rated X wrote:If theyre gonna bring back Brains and Wheelie, they might as well bring back the twins too...


Finally! Something you and I can agree on! Image
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547775)
Posted by SlyTF1 on February 3rd, 2014 @ 10:09pm CST
DinobotScorn wrote:
SlyTF1 wrote:
JazZeke wrote:I have no problem with this. Although the fact that he considers Bay a genius doesn't speak highly of his own intelligence.


Bay is a genius. I'd like to see you make as much money as he did with DOTM alone.


Money =/= Intelligence


Obviously, Bay knows what he's doing. It's damn near impossible for someone with standard intelligence to craft a movie that gets so much damn criticism just for being what it is, yet still amass the amount of money these movies make. Bay is a master of his craft.
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547935)
Posted by vectorsigma757 on February 4th, 2014 @ 12:23pm CST
SlyTF1 wrote:
DinobotScorn wrote:
SlyTF1 wrote:
JazZeke wrote:I have no problem with this. Although the fact that he considers Bay a genius doesn't speak highly of his own intelligence.


Bay is a genius. I'd like to see you make as much money as he did with DOTM alone.


Money =/= Intelligence


Obviously, Bay knows what he's doing. It's damn near impossible for someone with standard intelligence to craft a movie that gets so much damn criticism just for being what it is, yet still amass the amount of money these movies make. Bay is a master of his craft.


So an idiot savant? J/K. Actually there are people on the autism scale that are capable of great creativity and it's really not a detriment to their actual intellgence. If all of us had it all together, life would be pretty boring. Although the more I think of it, some autistic people have certain things that they fixate on. Is Bay's fire?
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1547936)
Posted by vectorsigma757 on February 4th, 2014 @ 12:27pm CST
SpaceSkull wrote:RIP Brains and Wheelie. If Ironhide, Sentinel and all the rest are gone then so should they.

Cue Steve Jablonsky swelling musical score.
Optimus walks slowly up to the crowd of soldiers, civilians and Autobots amidst a smoldering city.

Sam asks "Optimus, what happened to Wheelie and Brains? You know, those two little shits that kept eying up my girl friends? One of them who dry humped my gal's leg?"

"Today they sacrificed their lives so that humanity and the Autobots could unite and defeat the scourge of the Decepticons, led by their cruel and brutal leader Megatron. Together Brains and Wheelie were able to bring down a Decepticon warship helping to turn the tide of battle within the city of Chicago, in our favor. The tiniest of warriors gave their spark for us all. Truly there was more than meets the eye to those two fallen heroes who are now one with the Matrix."

"That being said, I wish they were still with us so they could comically crawl, into our new threat, Unicron's body and wreak havoc again helping to turn the tide once more in our favor in this new movie." "This time it will be you Sam and that little Chihuahua that will go."
"Till all are one!"



THIS.
OP is too politically correct sometimes. In TFP, he wouldn't even call Bulkhead fat, he made some poetic analogy about his size.

"Samuel, for the sake of both our kinds, we must now part ways and never cross paths. For you carry the dark magic of plagiarism. I am afraid the infection has spread to myself as I have copied your actions of destroying my brother Megatron"
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1548922)
Posted by TurboMMaster on February 8th, 2014 @ 8:54am CST
Sabrblade wrote:Fact: We can safely say for certain that Michael Bay is at least not intellectually disabled. :)
DotM ending anyone? Also, any change forced by Bay strongly suggest that he may have problem with logical thinking.
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1548923)
Posted by SlyTF1 on February 8th, 2014 @ 9:11am CST
TurboMMaster wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:Fact: We can safely say for certain that Michael Bay is at least not intellectually disabled. :)
DotM ending anyone? Also, any change forced by Bay strongly suggest that he may have problem with logical thinking.


There's nothing wrong with the DOTM ending. At all.
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1548924)
Posted by njb902 on February 8th, 2014 @ 9:13am CST
TurboMMaster wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:Fact: We can safely say for certain that Michael Bay is at least not intellectually disabled. :)
DotM ending anyone? Also, any change forced by Bay strongly suggest that he may have problem with logical thinking.


The same could be said of any of us. If you can't see that, well maybe your not as logical as you like to think you are.
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1549121)
Posted by TurboMMaster on February 9th, 2014 @ 3:03am CST
njb902 wrote:The same could be said of any of us. If you can't see that, well maybe your not as logical as you like to think you are.
Some people belive that 300 is historically accurate movie, some people belives that Bayformers have no plot holes... I quess that's the way typical popcorn eater see that kind of things.
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1549173)
Posted by SlyTF1 on February 9th, 2014 @ 9:30am CST
TurboMMaster wrote:
njb902 wrote:The same could be said of any of us. If you can't see that, well maybe your not as logical as you like to think you are.
Some people belive that 300 is historically accurate movie, some people belives that Bayformers have no plot holes... I quess that's the way typical popcorn eater see that kind of things.


I've watched the movies hundreds of times, over and over again. The only plot holes are minor ones.
Re: Reno Wilson Returning for Transformers: Age of Extinction? (1549175)
Posted by njb902 on February 9th, 2014 @ 9:36am CST
TurboMMaster wrote:
njb902 wrote:The same could be said of any of us. If you can't see that, well maybe your not as logical as you like to think you are.
Some people belive that 300 is historically accurate movie, some people belives that Bayformers have no plot holes... I quess that's the way typical popcorn eater see that kind of things.


What does that have to do with the price of beer in New Jersey?
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