We reported back in March that director Michael Bay was not a fan of upconverted 3D or the 3D process itself and now it seems that his latest film will be in 3D after all. USA Today recently visited the set of Transformers 3 and are reporting that the film will be released in 3D, although it wasn't specified if the film was being shot in 3D or will be converted in post-production.
The director also spoke about the negative outcry over Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, which earned over $800 million worldwide but was lambasted by the critics and many fans.
"I'll take some of the criticism," says Bay, standing at a set built to resemble a dilapidated nuclear reactor. "It was very hard to put (the sequel) together that quickly after the writers' strike (of 2007-08)."
Bay also noted that this film, "builds to a final crescendo," and said that they removed the "dorky comedy." That aspect included the twin robots which were the root of much controversy in the film, with Bay adding the twins are, "basically gone" from Transformers 3.
The site did confirm that the film's new villain is Shockwave, a character who is described as, "the robot cyclops-turned-laser-cannon, who became dictator of their home world of Cybertron after the other Autobots and Decepticons journeyed to Earth."
"I love Megan and I miss the girl," LaBeouf said. "But Sam and Mikaela became one character, and here ... you have discovery again from a new perspective."
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