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Transformers 4 - Tyreese Gibson Says He's Talking with Bay and Ready to Return to the Team

By Jack on Sunday, October 07, 2012



Transformers Movie actor Tyreese Gibson comes through again with work on Transformers 4 via a Moblie podcast where he talks about trading texts with Michael Bay recently without disclosing any details he does say he ready to work things out even after a Bay and Shia said they would not return for another film. He goes on to talk about how complicated it is to be an actor and the sucess of a film a film can be bigger than the team behind it. Watch the video interview now.

don’t know… me and Michael Bay, we’ve been exchanging e-mails… I mean Text Messages and I just hope that it works out… I mean things fell apart with Megan Fox and so we had to do what we had to do to pick up the pieces and keep moving with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. And now things fell apart with Shia. Business is business I think. I think Shia has expressed his opinion. I think when you are associated with movie like Transformers other than the box-office sees you as an actor... a full-on actor, lot of people arguably can say they don’t take you serious… in this town called “Hollywood”.

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