Category: Action
All Genres: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Release Year: 2011
Country: USA
Runtime: 157
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Michael Bay
Sound: Dolby Digital, DTS, SDDS
Writing by: Ehren Kruger – (written by)

Produced by: Kenny Bates – co-producer
Michael Bay – executive producer
Ian Bryce – producer
Allegra Clegg – co-producer
Matthew Cohan – associate producer
Tom DeSanto – producer
Lorenzo di Bonaventura – producer
Brian Goldner – executive producer
Michael Kase – associate producer
Michelle McGonagle – 3D producer
Don Murphy – producer
Steven Spielberg – executive producer
Mark Vahradian – executive producer

Cast: Shia LaBeouf – Sam Witwicky
Josh Duhamel – Lennox
John Turturro – Simmons
Tyrese Gibson – Epps
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley – Carly
Patrick Dempsey – Dylan
Rich Hutchman – Engineer
John Malkovich – Bruce Brazos
Frances McDormand – Mearing
Kevin Dunn – Ron Witwicky
Alan Tudyk – Dutch

Music: Steve Jablonsky
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The Autobots learn of a Cybertronian spacecraft hidden on the Moon, and race against the Decepticons to reach it and to learn its secrets.

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Continuity: When Sam is talking to Dylan and Carly the iPad Dylan hands to the older lady standing in the background keeps flipping upside down and right sight up.

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In view of the technology's rising popularity, Paramount/Dreamworks were adamant to have this film either shot for 3-D or converted in post-production. Director Michael Bay was initially wary of the technology, calling it a “gimmick” in various interviews and noting the poor quality of post-production conversion. Vince Pace, the co-found of PACE 3D who developed 2D and 3D cameras with James Cameron reported in July 2010 that he was working on Transformers 3 and that it will be shot in on PACE 3D cameras. However, for scenes that required higher image quality or were in slow motion, traditional anamorphic 35mm film was used and converted into 3D in post production.

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Production stalled in Chicago as Gabriella Cedillo, an extra was seriously injured driving her own car as background for a stunt shot. The stunt was taking place in the opposite lane and a metal object – rigging from a snapped cable – went flying through her windshield and struck her in the skull. Cedillo suffered permanent brain damage, included left side paralysis and limited vision in her left eye. Paramount Studios provided an undisclosed amount of money to cover the cost of her medical care.

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