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Tony Todd Says He Will Return in Transformers 3

By bwbm on Monday, February 08, 2010



Tony Todd has revealed in a recent interview that he will return in Transformers 3 and explosions will also return.

He does not specify what role he will play in the film, but when asked if he will definitely return in Transformers 3, the Den of Geek quotes him as saying, "You want to quote me? What I was told last month, yes. But that's Hollywood!" When solicited on a little preview of the film, Mr. Todd said, "there's more of it!" and thumping on the desk with his hand while making explosion sounds, continuing, "Something along those lines!"

This is a little bit of a deviation from what Director Michael Bay said about the third addition to the franchise, which he said would rely less on the number of robots and explosions, but focus more on the robot character.

However, given the jump of explosions from Transformers to Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, less explosions could simply mean we return to the level of Transformers.

The following is the segment of the interview involving Transformers 3:
    Den of Geek: Are you involved in Transformers 3 do you think?

    Tony Todd: Yes.

    Definitely?

    You want to quote me? What I was told last month, yes. But that's Hollywood!

    Is there anything you can tell us about it? It's got to be worth a try.

    No! There's more of it! [Laughs, starts thumping desk and making explosion sound effects]. Something along those lines!
For the full interview, which discusses more of Mr. Todd's past and future work, head over to Den of Geek.

Stay tuned to Tformers.com for more details as they are made available. Your best resource for all the Transformers news and community every day.



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bugstomper1973
2010-02-09
2:59 am

yawn. 
Breaker
2010-02-09
1:58 am

Oooh he was the voice of the Fallen. I knew he was in Candyman I just didn't realize he was the Fallen. 
bwbm
2010-02-09
12:10 am

He didn't specify, so we can only guess. 
TRANS-lego-MaN
2010-02-08
10:42 pm

Is he doing a voice for somebody new or will the Fallen return? 
knuclear200x
2010-02-08
10:05 pm

Explosions are like candy to me.  
Mr. Chaos
2010-02-08
4:49 pm

Hmm...my only thought is that Transformers 3 might have flashbacks showing the begining of the War...yes, we've seen it in comics, but it would be pretty impressive to show Megatron and Optimus ruling together, their falling out, the Fallen tempting Megs and the rise of the Decepticons. Especia... read more 
Liege Evilmus
2010-02-08
4:45 pm

the guy from Candyman 
Breaker
2010-02-08
4:23 pm

Who? 
Ender
2010-02-08
4:03 pm

Hmmm... Ender loves Tony Todd. Ender Hates The Fallen. I feel very torn by this news. 
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