Transformers 4: Age of Extinction - Kelsey Grammer Talks About His Character Harold Attinger
BaCon - Friday, September 06, 2013
Kelsey Grammer pulls the sheets off his role as Harold Attinger in the new Transformers 4: Age of Extinction that is in production currently shooting in Chicago, Illinois. Most know him as "Frasier" from this stint on Cheers and his own self-titled show. The interview does its best to relate to Frasier Crane, but Grammer lets us know there's nothing nice about his character who a "Malevolent" person that lurks in the shadows. Read on for his comments on Attinger and working with Michael Bay.
"Malevolent" is the word Grammer uses to describe his big bad, Harold Attinger. "He’s a no-nonsense guy," he told Empire. "He’s lived his life in the shadows for 30 years in the service of his country, and he likes to be unremarkable yet very efficient."
So what would Frasier Crane make of all the Bayhem? "Well, you know what? I think he might find it offensive in some ways, but there was always a bit of Frasier that wasn’t completely a snob. He always liked blowing up things, too, if he could! When he would discover his inner child, he would revel in it, and I think Transformers is one of those things."
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Roll Out with this piece of tranformers history on the actual Chromia Motorcycle prop from the Transformers Revenge of the Fallen movie.
No lie, the posting on Los Angles Craiglist is offering what it is listing as the "actual motorcycle used in the movie, with artist proof and artwork" for sale at $15,000. Based on the 2009 Suzuki B-King motorcycle, the listing includes numerous details on the item. Read on for the full details and images of the Chromia Motorcycle.
In a move that had to be more or less inevitable, TakaraTomy has added Optimus Prime and Bumblebee to their MetaColle line! Short for "Metal Figure Collection," these small figures are minorly articulated and are made of diecast metal. The Age of Extinction versions of the characters will be joining characters from the Marvel movies, Pokemon, Toy Story, Hello Kitty, and Neon Genesis Evangelion. Keep reading to see!