Transformers The Last Knight Blenheim Palace Controversy - Michael Bay Responds

Following some strong reactions after it was revealed the production of The Last Knight would redress Blenheim Palace as a Nazi stronghold. Many saw this as an affront to Winston Churchill, who was born in the palace and to whose family it still belongs. Michael Bay spoke to the BBC yesterday on the matter. Bay, who is well known for his respect towards veterans and service people, indicated that no one had the full context of the situation, and that Churchill was to be portrayed heroically in the film. You can find a link to the report with video below!

Transformers' Blenheim Palace 'Nazi' scenes defended - BBC News
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