Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by reave, May 8, 2009.
Shia sounds like he's a pretty down to earth guy... no doubt this movie will be fun to watch.
Yeah, If anyone started to read "the veiled threat", They would already know that Energon is going to be a huge plotline for the new movie. Im 105 pages in , and it has been really good reading so far. So if anyone is actually suprised by this, then you may be way behind. If you are that in to Transformers, Id read the books. They explain alot more.
so how does the fallen fit in to all this?
Shia has no class.
When I read this article, it was like Shia was talking to me. I can actually "read" his excitement in his post.
Oh, and for those of you that keep saying "no class, no taste", if you've never sworn in your life, then by all means please continue with your opinion.
Sure, swearing isn't good, I have a three year old son and I had to learn quick to not do it anymore, but he's clearly trying to get his excitement across.
Shia's a regular dude. If you can't handle that then go F#$K yourself
i submited this interview with shia this morning as news
OK, I havent read the article, but Im gonna throw out guesses at that the secret might be
1.they want to end BB's excitedness
2.they want robots to attend collages
3.they want to destroy collages
4.they want to destroy U-Haul
5.they want to destroy motercycle places
6.they want to destroy web-cams
7.they want to put symbols all over the world
8.they want to destroy paris
9.they want to kill Simon's mother
10.they hate cammals
11.Megatron wants to kill Makayla
12.they hate America
13.when Mykala cries somthin special happens
14.rampage wants to kill BB
15.they hate libraries
16.there trying to make things levitate (sam in the car in the air/rocks around pyramid)
19.the matrix of leadership
the pyramids are housing the sun harvesters...the sun harvests pull energy from the sun (that creates energon)..which destroys the sun and turns the earth into a new metallic planet; cybertron 2(?)... with all the energon the decepticons can either bring the fallen back from his demension or release him from some sarcaphagus(highly unlikely since you see him appear during the desert battle..plus the sun is still there...) or the can create an army to destroy mankind and take over as much of the universe as they can. or maybe they wanna bring back the cube with all that energon and start over with a new planet and soldiers....
...just a hypothesis....
Interesting very Interesting
I can't wait till this comes out. Usually I don't care, I'll watch it online but I must see this movie in full theatre glory.
I heard a guy that had a cool trick. Get to your seat early, dump your free refill pop all over the seats in front of you. You can get your pop refilled, no one will sit in front of you, plus you can laugh at all the jerks that try to take the seats in front of you.
It's a win, win situation. No one sits in front of you during the film and you get entertained while you wait for the movie to start.
I will ad that to my arsenal of tricks while watching movies in the theater, not that I watch very many to begin with.
Good read, it gave some insight without really spoiling anything important.
Not sure which interviews you've missed - in most he swears. The "clean" ones are usually in more mainstream/family friendly venues, and I guarantee have been cleaned up. Looking at some of his televised/net/etc interviews, he still swears, or if it's for a mainstream (censoring) venue, you can see him hunting for words at times, especially when excited - cuz if you're used to swearing it can take a moment to dial it back.
I get plenty of excitement about action movies from Mel Gibson, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Shia's buddy Harrison Ford - I could go on. Other than Samuel L Jackson, most celebrities do NOT swear like a trucker or sailor in their interviews. They may have a "damn" or two, but not dropping swear words every few. And even Sammy can clean it up, depending on who he's talking to.
There is personal persona and public persona - and Shia needs to start realizing this. He's been in the game too long to not be aware of it.
Shia DOES need to clean up his language for professional situations.
I kind of want to hang out with Shia, now that I know my Master's Degree would make him feel inferior. I'd like to feel superior to someone who cuddles Megan Fox and has Lucas, Spielberg, and Katzenberg on speed dial.
Well, this is amusing. A Debate about propper speech. I'll join in too!
Colin Farrell tends to curse like a sailor in some of his earlier interviews, probably the later ones too. Shia LaBeouf using fowl language honestly doesn't bother me, censored or uncensored.
The thing that bothers me about interviews someones is the way most actors and actresses, tend to fumble for words or speak with the constant "Uhhhhhh...., erm...,ah..." in between sentences, even if that's what a majority of humanity does anyway when speaking to each other (its just plain annoying to hear in an interview).
So he swears a lot.
I like that.
Nice read. Just makes me want to see it even more!
BTW, I wonder which explosion he is talking about? I know there is a scene that they filmed in Long Beach in which they blow up a tanker truck. Wonder if thats the one?
It has to be the tanker. It's the only one that truly makes sense. They can't have explosions like that during the Egypt segment, considering it's a wonder of the world and all that jazz. I mean small pyrotechnics is one thing, but not something like what was mentioned.
If that's the case, the tanker scene should be AWESOME. And loud. ...like Grandpa Simpson deaf loud.
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