New Transformers 3 Decepticon Revealed; Chicago Filming Continues This Weekend

Thanks to a new video posted on YouTube, we have learned that the Superfund armored truck first sighted in Milwaukee and then seen throughout this week in Chicago is indeed a Decepticon.

Unlike Barricade, which was a Saleen Mustang police car that read, "To Punish and Enslave," the armored truck does not indicate anything menacing except the Decepticon faction logo on the passenger door (it is assumed it is on the driver side door, too).

Plus, we get another video that shows that Patrick Dempsey and Shia LaBeouf's characters will be at ends, showing them fighting each other on the heap of debris. This fight might preface the situation we saw where Sam Witwicky is lying down on the ground in a level below Mr. Dempsey's character.

Also, Chicago Tribune reports that filming in downtown Chicago will continue this weekend on Upper Wacker Drive between Wabash Avenue and State Street, which will be closed from 8 p.m. on Friday through 5 a.m. on Monday. Wabash will be closed for filming between Wacker and Lake Street during that same period of time.

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