Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by SilverOptimus, Sep 1, 2010.
News Post : Transformers 3 Character Description – Hardcore Eddie
$400 Millon budget??? Man, we better be in for some serious robot screentime.
Thanks Micheal Bay, first the twins and now you make up Hardcore Eddie. though Hardcore Eddie will add extra explosions to the explosions, so i cant see Bay being unhappy with that.
Sounds like TF:3 is going out with a "bang". It's hard staying away from spoilers this time around....
Hardcore Eddie, shows lack of creativity to make up a nickname that bad! Coletrain respect though.
dam, $400M is alot! i think we're gonna get more robots screentime or heavy CGI environment and/or 3D.
With our luck it will probably be a CGI scene on Cybertron. I seem to remember it cost about 30 Million for the flashback scene on Cybertron (In the first film) where Megatron is standing above the corpses.
$400M??? That's gotta be the highest budget in the history of cinema! Let's hope the movie makes way more than that at the box office...
BTW, how about some description on the robot characters?
Also, there's no way Starscream will get killed by a human. No way. Make him get killed by Hot Rod or something, but no humans allowed.
So Hardcore Eddie is pretty much Roadblock from G.I.Joe, but without the rhyming?
Because the Humans will be the stars of the movie like the first 2 films.
Exactly what came to my mind... Roadblock. Bay is the best director to do G. I. Joe!
Hopefully we'll get a good story somewhere out of that $400 Million. I'm still excited to see what we end up with though
@ "Hardcore Eddie"
Hopefully he'll have better lines than Epps.
$400M budget!?!? Holy shit...
Who the f**k is Eddie and why is he so hardcore?
Oh cool, another human character nobodies going to care about...
It sounds like Roadblock to me and I know some people feel the same way after reading the description about Hardcore Eddie.
What? That 10 second sequence with Prime talking over it? I find that very hard to believe, where did you hear that?
I pray that 400 Million isn't just lining the pockets of talentless "actors" and drunken cameramen. How about some steady camerawork and more robot fights this time? There was a good 40 minute section of ROTF (following the forest scene) where I nearly fell asleep in the cinema.
Here's hoping we get a spin-off series showcasing the full background of Hardcore Eddie. It sounds quite deep and riveting.
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