“Transformers: Dark of the Moon” is going to be the best “Transformers” movie yet. At least, that’s what the folks involved with the production have repeatedly promised. Shia LaBeouf has declared that the third outing will make up for “Revenge of the Fallen,” while Michael Bay has also acknowledged the need to craft an epic film in “Dark of the Moon.”
Now, add another “Transformers” participant to the chorus of cast and crew members championing the quality of “Dark of the Moon.” Speaking with MTV News at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, Tyrese Gibson declared without hesitation: “This is the biggest and best ‘Transformers’ movie of all of them.”
“It’s in 3-D, and this is the first time we’re doing [a ‘Transformers’ movie] in 3-D,” he said. “In the first two, we were messing around and playing around, trying to figure out the niche and the energy and the synergy. Michael Bay has gone on the record, as has Shia, the star of the movie, and they’ve said, ‘Listen: we’ve really figured it out this time. This is the biggest and best ‘Transformers’ movie of all of them.'”
Gibson is one of a handful of actors that has made his way into all three of the “Transformers” movies, and as military man Robert Epps, he certainly knows his way around a robot-filled battlefield; but while his words definitely hold some weight, Tyrese is not without his own personal investment in the film’s success, of course. As the actor himself explained, the experience of working on “Transformers” is less of a work engagement and more of a family gathering.
“These are my guys,” he said. “Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel