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Shia LaBeouf claims he was not impressed with the last “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” but he says the third film will be the best of the series. “This is, and I’m not just BS-ing you, it’s the best movie we’ve made of the three by far,” LaBeouf said. Shia says that director Michael Bay showed him “40 minutes of footage that had (him) feeling extra confident about the final product.”
“The script is the best script we’ve had,” LaBeouf said. “The second movie, we were in the middle of a writer’s strike, writing on the go,” he explained. “The first movie, we had the discovery, and this movie really is the fruition of the rhythm we’ve created out of five years working together. I’m super proud of this movie.”
LaBeouf said the film will definitely be his last. “There’s no more for me, at least. I’m never going to do it again,” he claims. “This is the last one, so it’s balls-out. This is the best movie we’ve made, period, and that’s a unanimous decision by everybody. The sizzle reel that Michael Bay has been showing everybody on set, it’s so outrageous. I’m very, very, very, very proud of it.” Proud much? We will see!
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