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Transformers 4 - POLL: The Bay Talk - Do You Really Want To Read This Garbage?

By Jack on Thursday, October 18, 2012



By now, few are surprised by the tantrums that occur before, during and after the Transformers movies are made. The public melee over these films is embarrassing and I worry the activity is neither professional nor interesting to promote. You the readers, should decide if its worth reading. So, I posted a poll to ask you if we should report news about Micheal Bay and actors that are talking trash not related to an essential part of the Transformers production. Please vote in our poll below, and feel free to drop a comment as well.


For those who are interested, today there was an exchange between Micheal Bay and Hugo Weaving over comments made by Weaving in an interview with Collider where he described the experience as "meaningless" for him working as a voice actor. This was not reported here for the same reason, as it was meaningless to TF 4.

For whatever reason, the Transformers 4 director posted a flaming response to his blog earlier today that seemed quite harsh, to me. Calling out the professionalism of Weaving and other actors, then making a reference to support a charity as some kind of as revenge was irrational and strange.

This is not a stage for this kind of conduct. I want to see our hobby kept fun, and clean. In no way, do I mean to imply we are filtering the news. However, we don't want to assault people with tabloid quality news either. So, I am asking you readers to decide by voting on our poll below. If there's a clear majority against it. I will not post about the trash talk any more. Thanks for your support in helping us keep it as real as possible for our readers.

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