Summer Movie Guide 2011

Michael Bay Talks ‘Transformers 3′ Villian and Trilogy’s End

Friday, June 11 by

Michael Bay has followed in the footsteps of Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox, he’s crapping on Michael Bay. In an interview with USA Today, Bay admits that Transformers 2 wasn’t that great of a film. He’s even willing to take some of the blame… sort of.

"I’ll take some of the criticism," says Bay, standing at a set built to resemble a dilapidated nuclear reactor. "It was very hard to put (the sequel) together that quickly after the writers’ strike (of 2007-08)."

Are you sure this was on set? I hear Michael Bay has a bed shaped like a dilapidated nuclear reactor.

"One thing we’re getting rid of is what I call the dorky comedy," Bay adds. So the twins, the two bumbling, slang-spewing robots? "They’re basically gone,"

Please bookmark this article for when something far worse than the Twins pratfalls its way throughout the movie. I’m hoping to build a court case modeled after The People Vs. Revenge of the Sith. At least we may have a more fascinating villian (like that matters in these films). Bay admits that the Fallen was kind of a "sh*t character," and reveals the next film will feature Shockwave as the blurry, jumble of robot that will scream his own name for zero discernible reason. He also notes:

"As a trilogy, it really ends," he says. "It could be rebooted again, but I think it has a really killer ending."

Sure. We’ve all heard that before.

 

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