Transformers Movie in Germany

Jun 30, 2014 10:05 PM by Tamara Damante

Berlin, Germany
After posting the biggest opening weekend of this summer, stars fro "Transformers: Age of Extinction" answered questions about the blockbuster in Berlin today. The fourth installment of the Transformers franchise became the year's first movie, to pull in $100 million dollars at the box-office opening. The blockbuster saw the success come despite receiving mostly poor reviews from critics.
Michael Bay, Director of "Transformers: Age of Extinction" says, "I'm glad that people are liking the movie, besides the critics. Forget the critics. But, the people and the audiences are liking the movie. So that's what I'm make movies for."
Mark Wahlberg, who takes over for Shia Labeouf as the lead in the franchise, said that starring in a Michael Bay action flick was more challenging than expected. "It was just that one particular shot where I'm running across a ledge that is just a little bit wider than this table. And if it's on the ground it's not a problem. But 20 stories up it's pretty nerve wrecking. And Michael looked at me 'what's the matter?', and I'm holding onto the wall and he's like, 'I heard all these great stories about you jumping off of buildings and jumping out of windows and moving cars', I said 'Dude, that was a long time ago. I got four kids, I am actually very successful now.' Plenty of reasons to live."


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