What surprise does Transformers 3 have in store for us?
Closer to the release of TRANSFORMERS 3, this may not even be considered a spoiler anymore but since the movie is still filming and little-to-no details about the film have leaked out, I'd consider this something of a major spoiler. CHUD has unlocked some details on the opening of the film that sets up the plot for the rest of the film. If you don't want to hear anymore, go get all nostalgic with Stan Bush's "The Touch". For the rest of you, read on...
As CHUD reports it (and as we've previously heard), the third film will reportedly involve the Transformers involvement in the space race. I'll let CHUD describe the rest:
There's a disturbance on the Moon. A robot shaped disturbance. Scientists on Earth see this and the information gets passed up the chain of command. In the White House men in black suits are breathlessly running through the halls, and they burst into the Oval Office. The president is behind the desk, back turned to the door, looking out the window. One of the men tells the president, 'Sir, something's happened on the Moon!' The president turns around. It's John F. Kennedy.
JFK and his administration realize there's life on the Moon and that's why we were so eager to be the first to get men up there so the Soviets wouldn't steal all their awesome robot secrets. Word is that Spielberg came up with this opening himself (which doesn't surprise me at all) and hopefully Michael Bay won't add his signature touch and give the Transformers sideburns and bellbottoms.
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