Saturday, October 09, 2010

TF3 Florida: Helicoptor Action and Photo Ops

On Friday Transformers 3 filming continued at Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Florida specifically at the Space Station Processing Facility (SSPF). It also seems to quite possibly be the last day of filming at Kennedy as some of the Transformers vehicles participated in a photo op for KSC employees and their family. Not sure if that means they are still not doing more around Florida or if everything is getting packed up for Washington, DC starting Monday.

The two pictures are from the photo op and found at KSC's website but so far I have not been able to get the gallery to load. Also below are two videos, one I think filmed on Thursday as shows four helicopters heading to the launchpad in a kind of formation. It doesn't look like they are sporting camera bubbles indicating they are part of the action rather than filming it. The second video is a brief interview with Kennedy's News Chief Allard Beutel as he spoke a little bit about TF3 filming at the Center. Thanks to Sideswipe for the info and video and Richard for the pictures.



14 comments:

  1. Omega Supreme: online.

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  2. omega supreme?!?!

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  3. is hoping 4 omega supreme

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  4. anyone know when the 1st trailer will be out?

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  5. i want see the trailer!!

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  6. No Omega Supreme

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  7. first trailer will probably be during the superbowl

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  8. Nop, that would be the teaser in the Superbowl, just like the two previous movies.

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  9. Great Blog!!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EqLqOc6rK1Q

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  10. I think it's very cool that KSC employees and their families got photo ops with some of the vehicles. For all of the criticism that is directed at Bay for the way he runs his movie sets this production has time and time again shown itself to be more fan friendly than any big movie production I have read or heard about.

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  11. very very true Ray. I never believe anything i hear in the news in regards to his movies, Michael Bay seems to be a fan first director (along with safety) A lot more directors need to be like him.

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  12. I agree with Ray. Bay certainly is really fan friendly :o)

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  13. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbiJEml563w&feature=player_embedded
    Now I think that Bee will have a small problem with the law XD!!!

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  14. OK so.....i don't know how the autobots get off planets but i hope they won't stuff them in the cargo bay of this shuttle to take them into orbit...and it'll be silly to have humans going to a robot war in space---the shuttle program is fairly new so i don't think this shuttle has anything to do with "when we first landed" thing....how would this fit into the movie? umm maybe taking sam and others to see their new home on the dark side of the moon, the side we never get to see from earth...lol

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