"It's one of those things that built to a pressure point," the producer told us. "I think she knew and we did, I think we all tried really hard to make it work together, it just wasn't working."As a side note, this post is the last post that I will accept comments about Megan Fox leaving the movie is going to cause it to succeed or fail. Part of the reason is because it has been two months, time to let it go. Also, I think those that believe that Fox is the only reason the other two films did well are because of Fox is delusional and don't feel a need to support that. People watch these films for the robots that transform into real world objects with hopefully a good story. The fact that pretty much every film she has been in that wasn't Transformers has failed at the box office supports this notion.
"Definitely some script chances for sure," he responded when asked about how that departure affected the production. "I wouldn't say a tremendous number, but yeah, absolutely there were some changes, and I think as we're going along, we're discovering new ones we have to make as a result of them."
Earlier in the day, di Bonaventura told a group of journalists that he thinks Transformers 3 will likely be the last installment at least for him and director Michael Bay, even if that doesn't mean Paramount won't reboot the series with new talent down the line. "It may not be the end of the line of Transformers for Hasbro and Paramount, but I would think so. (For) Michael, I'm sure it is. He's spent a lot of years working on one thing."
This is the first and last warning. Any comment after this post that tries to bring up the Fox debate will be deleted whether for or against the argument. This will occur even if a majority of the post isn't about the Fox debate but even one sentence comment is made about it. For those that think the troll is wrong, just ignore the comment until I find time to delete it. You want to continue the debate; this is your last post to do it in. Anywhere else will be deleted.