Transformers 3, the best yet says LaBeouf
Shia LaBeouf is nothing if not the dream of the film marketing companies, for he'll hype up a film for all he's worth, although to be fair he's not above calling it as it is as well.
So for Transformers 3 he's been talking about how this is the best of the series so far and he explains why the other two weren't as good as this one will be, plus he reveals that for him, this is it.
No, the first one wasn't the best, the second's better...I think we heard that already, and probably from Shia LaBeouf as well, so to hear that Transformers 3 is even better than the previous two, well I have to say that I'm totally and utterly indifferent.
Speaking to MTV through JoBlo, LaBeouf revealed why this third film is the best in the series. Well actually he doesn't really do that, he finds excuses for why the previous two films weren't as good, and neither of the two excuses are director or the editor:
"This is, and I'm not just BS-ing you, it's the best movie we've made of the three by far…The script is the best script we've had…The second movie, we were in the middle of a writers' strike, writing on the go…The first movie, we had the discovery, and this movie really is the fruition of the rhythm we've created out of five years working together. I'm super proud of this movie."
Okay, so really you're not selling it to me. However he does try some more:
"This is the best movie we've made, period, and that's a unanimous decision by everybody. The sizzle reel that [Bay] has been showing everybody on set, it's so outrageous. I'm very, very, very, very proud of it."
Okay, calm down, we hear what you're saying that it's really, really good, it's the best ever, but it's also...wait up, listen to this:
"There's no more for me, at least. I'm never going to do it again… This is the last one, so it's balls-out."
I bet you anything that doesn't mean that it's the end of the franchise though, they haven't even attempted 3D yet, so surely they have to deliver that in one of the films to come...haven't they?
No offence to LaBeouf but he's not the lynchpin of the series, it's all about the robots, not matter how badly they are filmed and edited during the action sequences, it's about them, so female and male stars can come and go but I know that the studio will want it all to continue.