Shia LaBeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Josh Duhamel, Patrick Dempsey, Tyrese Gibson, the rest of the cast and director Michael Bay‘s debuted their new film Transformers: Dark of the Moon in Moscow today.
Shia said of the film, “It’s vindication because people like it, you know? Because we came out of the second one, everybody’s head held low, you know, loss of pride a little bit, we all walked into this with a renewed energy and hope and faith. You have faith going through these movies, and the fact that it turned out positive — I’ve just heard some of the initial reviews are really, really strong.”
Shia told The Los Angeles Times:
“The last hour of this movie is the greatest action sequence of Mike’s [director Michael Bay] career, which would put it on the same level as the greatest action ever made,” LaBeouf said. “You don’t breathe for the last hour. There’s just no letup, but it’s also not completely overwhelming and disconnected, as the second movie was. You didn’t know what was fighting what or where you were geography-wise. There was no way to be able to tell a story, whereas this is very ‘Black Hawk Down‘ action. The geography is very clear. There’s only four or five dudes you need to be following. The enemy is very clear. The second movie was so … complicated. The best movies are simple.”
Those are some lofty words! Check out all the pics of the the very easy on the eyes cast at the Transformers Moscow photocall in the gallery!