Transformers 4 finds its female lead, will shoot in 3D

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Transformers movies. If there’s one that they get right, it’s giant robots, action, spectacle and exploding all over your face. What Transformers movies never get right though, besides an inability to keep Shia LaBeouf off of Colombian white coffee, is to have a decent female lead.

The less said about Megan Fox the better, and the fact that Rosie Huntington Whitely was even considered for a part in the third film is beyond me. Hopefully with the new film, the fourth time will be the charm when Nicola Peltz joins the main cast.

Word of Peltz being an official cast member came by way of the Michael Bay Twitter feed, when a fan pestered the account long enough to get the details:

 

That’s a solid decision then from the Baymeister. Despite that she was in the wrong kind of box office baysplosion, The Last Airbender, Peltz has made a name for herself on Bates Motel, as well as work on the indie drama Affluenza. Because having an actress who can actually act is something that the fourth Transformers film could benefit from. As for that bit about the film shooting in 3D? That was tweeted as well, to the surprise of no one.

 

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I’m not against Transformers 4 being shot in 3D. Bay has done a stellar job with the format so far, and Transformers Dark of the Moon looked absolutely amazing when the Baysplosions went off and Optimus Prime came in swinging. It’s out next year June, and also stars Mark Wahlberg and Jack Reynor.

 

 

Last Updated: March 28, 2013

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