A lot of people are saying that this Transformers is a lot like Black Hawk Down. Did you notice a difference as they filmed it?
Tyrese Gibson: The whole Black Hawk Down connection is probably because of the helicopters; the real presence of the helicopters that's in the film. But I don't really think it's like Black Hawk Down at all, personally. (agreed, comparison makes no sense - Tflamb)
How was this filming different Transformers 3 compared to the other two Transformers?
Well, this one felt way more focused. This was a very focused process. Michael Bay really came with his A-game. People always talked about the trilogy and closing out the trilogy, and this is part three, and it's bigger, it's better, it's greater. The special effects are like nothing you've ever seen.
The 3-D element has taken Transformers to another level. I know James Cameron happens to be one of the biggest and most important directors in this town, and for him to be so public about how he feels about Transformers 3 and the 3-D and just the film in itself – it's really just the biggest toast to what we've done ever.
I'm really proud of Michael and really proud of the team, we all worked really hard on this and we just hope the fans show up the way they've always shown up.
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
Tyrese Talks DOTM
In an interview with i09, Tyrese Gibson discusses Transformers: Dark of the Moon. It doesn't really cover any new ground. Below are a few highlights, full article here.