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Megan Fox NOT RETURNING FOR TRANSFORMERS 3

Posted: Wed, 19th May 2010, 10:53pm

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It was reported earlier this month that Megan Fox was spotted doing some previz shots for Transformers 3 but Variety is reporting she will not be in the 3rd installment at all. Apparently the studio decided not to pick her up for the third movie because both the director and the studio want to take the story in another direction and will cast someone else as Shia LaBeouf's love interest.

Transformers 3 will hit theaters July 1 2011

Full article at comingsoon.net
http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=66229

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Posted: Wed, 19th May 2010, 11:33pm

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Something fishy is going on here. Why so sudden? She was obviously in the script, and has been spotted doing pre-vis these past few weeks. Was it Bay's decision, or was it her's? And if she's really out of the movie, how will it affect the filming that is supposed to start really soon? Not that I personally care about this, seeing as I rewatched the second one and hated it. Not expecting too much no matter who's in it.

EDIT: Heh. The casting rumors have already started...

http://www.slashfilm.com/2010/05/19/let-the-transformers-3-recasting-rumors-begin-gemma-arterton-may-be-new-love-interest/
Posted: Thu, 20th May 2010, 8:20am

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Chances of Transformers 3 being watchable just increased by 1%.
Posted: Thu, 20th May 2010, 9:02am

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That last sentence is very confusing. Are they replacing Shia too?

They should go all out and set it on Cybertron. Remove the people from the picture completely! They might actually be able to make it good that way. Though I very much doubt it.
Posted: Thu, 20th May 2010, 9:05am

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Aculag wrote:

They should go all out and set it on Cybertron. Remove the people from the picture completely!
Where movies fail, gaming picks up the slack:



(this is an altered version of the real trailer, with the soundtrack replaced with proper G1 sounds)
Posted: Thu, 20th May 2010, 9:13am

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Transformers 3: 'Michael Bay proves just like he could find a nerdy indie film girl like Scarlett Johanssen and turn her into a sex symbol, he could find a Megan Fox and do the same. Just as he can find a Megan Fox, he can find someone even hotter and do the same again' - the movie.

Shia's still in it, Aculag. Just a new female with overwhelming hotness to add to the mix. I'm not worried or disappointed or overwhelmingly happy by any of the news. I liked both TF movies, I thought Megan Fox was hot and passable and pleasant to look at in both- but she's by no means a dealbreaker. I like her just fine, but with what I understand from Michael Bay her release from the film makes perfect sense- much more than drops like Terrence Howard or Katie Holmes- so probably very little to worry about in terms of authenticity or integrity of the production.

Now, they try and take out Shia or the people who play his parents, and we may have to talk.
Posted: Thu, 20th May 2010, 10:44am

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Aculag wrote:

That last sentence is very confusing. Are they replacing Shia too?

They should go all out and set it on Cybertron. Remove the people from the picture completely! They might actually be able to make it good that way. Though I very much doubt it.
sorry about that forgot to type in the last couple of words, dont really know how that happened, sorry for the confusion
Posted: Thu, 20th May 2010, 10:52am

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very little to worry about in terms of authenticity or integrity of the production.
Quoted out of context for truth. razz

Anyway, I know this isn't the official story, but I hope it's because she dissed Bay that she got the boot. That would really show expendable moron primadonnas like her what's what. I'm so tired of the talent saying whatever it is they want and facing no consequences. You're freaking actors. Unless you are Liam Neeson; shut the f*** up. And the irony is that great actors like Neeson, Caine, DiCaprio, Streep, Rickman etc. are (supposedly) great to work with, and don't talk bullshit in interviews later.

At least LaBeouf tried to be respectful of Spielberg when he dissed Indy 4 (although I would be pissed off if I were Spielberg).

Idiot got what was coming to her. And while I'm on the subject I hope the rumors that Katie Holmes got the boot in The Dark Knight because of some bs stunt she and Cruise pulled at the Batman Begins premiere. You might be the biggest couple since the Pitts, but you cant touch Nolan. Morons.
Posted: Thu, 20th May 2010, 11:00am

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So are they taking out her character altogether? Or are they recasting the character? I hope they just take out the character cause recasting sucks.
Posted: Thu, 20th May 2010, 12:47pm

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"The trade says the decision 'was unrelated to a September interview with a British magazine in which Fox compared Bay with Adolf Hitler.' "

I'm sure that had absolutely nothing to do with it.
Posted: Thu, 20th May 2010, 2:53pm

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No Megan Fox, No utuayey espending money to see trashformen 3.
Posted: Thu, 20th May 2010, 4:31pm

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no big loss as far as im concerned. I'm definatly not her biggest fan and the films could definatly survive without her
Posted: Thu, 20th May 2010, 4:50pm

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It will be a contract terms/money thing. Everyone will say other stuff in public, but it will be a contract terms/money thing. Seriously.
Posted: Thu, 20th May 2010, 8:08pm

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Tarn wrote:

Chances of Transformers 3 being watchable just increased by 1%.
Not for me. sad
Posted: Thu, 20th May 2010, 9:27pm

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Storm Grenade wrote:

Tarn wrote:

Chances of Transformers 3 being watchable just increased by 1%.
Not for me. sad
You guys are right! There is no way there could be a decent story after the 2nd one.


I mean, what kind of story was in the 2nd one? unsure

The VFX were astounding, but all the story was that Sam was going to college and he had to fight off the transformer grandpa. I thought it was to predictable.

Unless they can make a REALLY good story for the next one, I don't think it is going to go very far.
Of course, I say that, but there are a whole lot of fans that love transformers. So, even if they weren't happy with the story, they will still probably see it for the FX.
Posted: Thu, 20th May 2010, 11:05pm

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iFilmer wrote:

Storm Grenade wrote:

Tarn wrote:

Chances of Transformers 3 being watchable just increased by 1%.
Not for me. sad
You guys are right! There is no way there could be a decent story after the 2nd one.

I didnt enjoy the second one. There wasn't anything it did wrong, but after the awesome fx and battles of the first one i just saw the 2nd film and thought "i have seen it all before." There was nothing new and spectacular that made it better and different. The stupidity humor was still apparent as well which again brought the film down. That annoying unbelievable agent from sector 7 reprised his role as an unconvincing human being trying to be funny, and megan fox shaking her booty (her only real asset to the film in my opinion) So if the 3rd one is completely different then awesome
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Tarn wrote:

Chances of Transformers 3 being watchable just increased by 1%.
Movie-going experience increased by 1% (less Megan Fox basement computing geeks)
Posted: Sun, 23rd May 2010, 1:45am

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To tell you the truth videofxuniverse, I mean't I did not enjoy the story in the 2nd one.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jun 2010, 4:33pm

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Megan Fox's replacement:

http://scifiwire.com/2010/06/gallery-xx-pictures-of-me.php

She's still got those awful blown up injected lips, but overall I'd say she's hotter.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jun 2010, 5:33pm

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Must be a tough job for LaBeouf, lots of sweaty running scenes with your female co star, dramatic embraces, hard, hard work.
Posted: Fri, 4th Jun 2010, 12:54am

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swintonmaximilian wrote:

Must be a tough job for LaBeouf, lots of sweaty running scenes with your female co star, dramatic embraces, hard, hard work.
Emphasis on hard.

A victoria's secret model? Really? I fully expect her to be even more cardboardy than Megan Fox, and that's gotta be hard to do. Not like I plan on watching this movie anyway.
Posted: Fri, 4th Jun 2010, 8:03am

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Mm, at least Fox was primarily an actress that has gone on to do lots of modelling. But casting a model? Especially such a bizarrely unreal looking one?

Does Bay have an aversion to casting ordinary women in his films?
Posted: Fri, 4th Jun 2010, 9:05am

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Aculag wrote:

Not like I plan on watching this movie anyway.
Oh, really? You're telling me when Transformers 3 comes out you're actually not going to go see it? Now, if you actually don't, I'll gladly bite my tongue and give you credit.

But I get incredibly tired of the incessant whining from all these people who claim time and time again on blockbuster after blockbuster how they're 'not going to watch it' and then are the first people in line at the midnight showing. The stupidity/hypocrisy of it all pisses me off so much. Not you, just in general.

I have faith and confidence in Bay. Scarlett Johnassen was good and made into one of the hottest actresses after The Island, and Megan Fox was after Transformers and T2. This movie, to me, will likely be no exception. The new girl is incredibly hot, and Bay has a knack for these kinds of things. Good acting would be a plus, but it's by no means a requirement. Passable acting is. It is, after all, a movie based on toys based on cars transforming into robots. Some shameless and unapologetic female eye candy is nothing I'm going to get upset with.
Posted: Fri, 4th Jun 2010, 9:14am

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I've seen you mention The Island with regards to Scarlett's career a few times, but I don't really see it. She was already off and running having been in several successful, albeit indie films, and was well on her way to being in The Prestige and increasingly higher profile movies.

Given that The Island was a bit of a flop, as I recall, it had more chance of harming her career than anything. Johansson is a good enough actress and of sufficent natural attractiveness to have got along just fine with or without Bay, I'd say.

No doubt that Bay is responsible for Megan Fox's career, though, I absolutely agree with you there. He knows how to position a girl over an engine or a bike, and that's pretty much what Fox's career hinges on.
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Aculag wrote:


Oh, really? You're telling me when Transformers 3 comes out you're actually not going to go see it? Now, if you actually don't, I'll gladly bite my tongue and give you credit.

But I get incredibly tired of the incessant whining from all these people who claim time and time again on blockbuster after blockbuster how they're 'not going to watch it' and then are the first people in line at the midnight showing. The stupidity/hypocrisy of it all pisses me off so much. Not you, just in general.
I am not one of those people. If I decide not to see a movie in theaters, I don't do it, and it's a rental at best. I saw the first Transformers in the theater and hated it. I downloaded Transformers 2 because I refused to pay for it but was mildly curious to see how bad it was, and (surprise, surprise) it was complete garbage. So no, I will not be watching Transformers 3 in any form, and most certainly not opening night. Why on earth would I?

I have no doubt that the new girl will fit right in, since these movies are completely about things looking good, and little else.
Posted: Fri, 4th Jun 2010, 9:33am

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Mm, while I was quite vocal in not intending to see Transformers, I did eventually cave, and was pleasantly surprised.

Transformers 2, however, is the 3rd worst film I've ever seen (just behind Gamer and xXx), so the only reason I'll possibly see Transformers 3 is so that I can review it and rip it to shreds for Spiffing Review. Although we probably won't bother and will instead focus on a decent alternative for people that want to see something good.
Posted: Fri, 4th Jun 2010, 9:36am

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Aculag wrote:

I downloaded Transformers 2 because I refused to pay for it but was mildly curious to see how bad it was
This is the real saracastic 'surprise, surprise' moment. rolleyes I don't doubt your own personal disdain, I'm just voicing my overall distaste with complainers that cave in anyway.

And Tarn, I mention Scarlett because I think even with dramatic acting prominence she was 'made hot' (at least the paradigm shift to 'sex symbol') after The Island. Yeah, it was considered a flop- but it also brought SJ to cultural public prominence past arthouse movies and minor roles.

Just like Megan Fox. Yeah, she's been hot for a while. If you watched the show Hope & Faith or Two And A Half Men you'd see she was attractive before Transformers. But that was the movie that brought her into the public sphere. The movie and style that captalized on a way to show these actresses in the most popular and hottest way possible. (Which shouldn't be surprising given that Bay also directs Victoria's Secret ads.)
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Mm, but I do think Scarlett would have ended up in the same position regardless, even if it might have taken a few more years.

Bay made it clear that Fox can be made to look 'hot', but he didn't do much to show her as a talented woman. Hence he career will now bottom out now that she no longer has that support.

Bay's disdain for young women in general just pisses me off, though, which is probably why I'm sounding grumpy about it. Nothing wrong with casting and showing off attractive women, of course - but at least put the effort in to show that they have brains and character as well. smile
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Tarn wrote:


Nothing wrong with casting and showing off attractive women, of course - but at least put the effort in to show that they have brains and character as well. smile
This would require a much different director. wink
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And a movie not called 'Transformers' with the company name Hasbro after it. wink
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And a movie not called 'Transformers' with the company name Hasbro after it. wink
The UK comic had some strong female characters that were good role models for kids. smile

Contrary to popular opinion, it is possible to do a great story with great characters in the Transformers IP, you just need a lot of talent to pull it off.
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And the voice of Orson Welles.
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And Judd Nelson.
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And Robert Stack.
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And Eric Idle.

Actually, no, he was crap.
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Tarn wrote:

And Eric Idle.

Actually, no, he was crap.
Yep, I have to agree with this. His voice acting in the TF movie always annoyed the crap out of me.
Posted: Fri, 4th Jun 2010, 6:02pm

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And Tarn, I mention Scarlett because I think even with dramatic acting prominence she was 'made hot' (at least the paradigm shift to 'sex symbol') after The Island.
Everyone I have ever heard talking about when Johansson became hot talks about Lost in Translation. Just saying. Most people I know haven't seen The Island at all or even heard of it.

Also:

Atom wrote:

and Megan Fox was after Transformers and T2.
That's: TF2. I say this because there already is a movie that owns that acronym, and it's millions of light years better.


About the new girl I'm sure Bay will make her most masturbated to girl 2011, but he once again went with a girl that looks like (is) a model. In other words, to thin + boring/fake face. (Yes, Fox has had surgery, and probably this one to). Let's say girls were buildings:

Fox and all the rest of the models are good looking.
People like Johansson are awesome looking.

I mean there is a reason that Christina Hendricks was voted the sexiest woman in the world by Esquire readers. Because she actually has a face (and a pair of massive..). Which is also why Miranda Kerr is Victoria's Secrets top model. She dosen't look interchangeable to every single model ever in a magazine (like Fox and this new girl), she doesn't always pull this stupid face.

Whether or not I see TF3 in the theaters depends solely on the trailer. That had better be persuasive.
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Let's say girls were buildings
If we have a "strangest analogy" award in the FXhome Awards next year, I think you've got it in the bag.
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Yes, I'm afraid that post fell flat for a number of reasons, that being the main one.
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Some more details on the third Transformers film.

I found it interesting how Michael Bay admitted that the last film didn't reach its full potential.
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Now that Megan Fox isn’t in the picture, it would be nice if the money that would have gone towards her inflated salary would go to the VFX artists for Transformers 3. These people are the true stars of the film, since the whole success of the Transformers franchise is based on the VFX. Unfortunately, VFX artists are not adequately recompensed for their hard work. It is a real problem in the industry.. I work for a mid-size VFX studio in Canada, called Boogie VFX, and we are all about keeping our artists from being exploited, as the industry seems to be doing these days.

We try to maintain our prices, rather than systematically lower them to keep up with competition. We’re not looking to expand, so we can keep our prices and stay true to our high quality standards. Putting more Transformers’ money into the VFX would be a step in the right direction for the VFX industry. I have more thoughts about this on my blog at http://www.boogiestudio.com so feel free to check it out!
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Tarn wrote:

Aculag wrote:

They should go all out and set it on Cybertron. Remove the people from the picture completely!
Where movies fail, gaming picks up the slack:

<object width="640" height="385"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/XASl98JaTP4&hl=en_GB&fs=1&"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/XASl98JaTP4&hl=en_GB&fs=1&" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="640" height="385"></embed></object>

(this is an altered version of the real trailer, with the soundtrack replaced with proper G1 sounds)
That was brilliant!