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Nevermore 2004-12-10 08:49 PM

Tformers interview with Don Murphy
 
http://tformers.com/article.php?sid=3945

DrSpengler 2004-12-10 08:59 PM

His answers were short and vague yet somehow...reassuring. Glad to hear that the Alternators will be implemented into the movie. Those are som great designs. I'm also thankful that it's going to be Autobots vs Decepticons, not Autobots vs Decepticons vs Something Else.

And please...no femmebots. Can't we just pretend they never happened?

Pun-3X 2004-12-10 11:19 PM

Why? Mess with your head too much?

Quote:

TFormers: What one thing so far has you the most excited just from your own personal opinion?

Don: Finding out in a meeting that Spielberg knows the mythology stone cold perfectly.
Okay then. I like this information. :D

DrSpengler 2004-12-10 11:39 PM

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Originally posted by Pun-3X
Why? Mess with your head too much?

No, they're just one of the worst ideas to come out of the cartoon series. And I liked the cartoon series.

Perhaps the concept could've worked but...it didn't. The only thing we have femmebots to thank for are psycho-fangirls.

Nevermore 2004-12-10 11:39 PM

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Originally posted by ItsWalky over at Allspark
You know, Pat Lee said he knew the Transformers mythos stone cold, too. Especially the part where Sideswipe died in the movie.

AutobotJazz 2004-12-11 12:59 AM

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Originally posted by Nevermore
When did that happen? Or am I being dim coz I'm tired?

Shockmeister 2004-12-11 02:00 AM

It didn't happen. That was the point, really.

AutobotJazz 2004-12-14 11:08 AM

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Originally posted by Shockmeister
It didn't happen. That was the point, really.
Ah...my bad. I think i may have been tired at the time.

As for the femmebots, as proof of their sheer pointlessness theyve been included in the G1 on going have they not?

Ghirox 2004-12-14 11:44 AM

esentailly pointless interview, because no new info are given ....

femmebots? If could work, why not?
beeing the TF a race of mechanical creature, that don't need to reproduce as the human do (they simply build a body, and the Matrix give to this a sentient program -the G1 comics-, or a Spark), there is no explaination to a group of bots with a "female" body ... prior than they meet human .... in this case, could be an idea for a sequel ...

Vash Stampede 2004-12-15 05:44 AM

is he saying that the movie might not make it to australia or any other countries for that matter coz i'm only willing to buy one movie off the net and thats the upcoming final fantasy VII-2 advent children!

Cliffjumper 2004-12-15 05:54 AM

Yeh, with the thing barely in pre-production, Don's already got where the DVD's coming out sorted :rolleyes:

stoltobot 2004-12-15 06:04 AM

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Originally posted by Vash Stampede
is he saying that the movie might not make it to australia or any other countries for that matter coz i'm only willing to buy one movie off the net and thats the upcoming final fantasy VII-2 advent children!
ummm...are you talking about this?

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Originally posted on Tformers.com
TFormers: Will the location(s) be specific to any region on the world or US?

Don: American Southwest.

mmm...I really like Subway's 'southwest chipotle sauce'. Maybe Don means that they will use it to make energon. :laugh: :laugh: :wtf:
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Ghirox 2004-12-15 03:44 PM

"America Southwest" could be the location for the story, but i doubt that they film the movie in the US .... despite could be a good place .... Where is located the original G1 story?

Whirl's Rear Rotor 2004-12-15 03:51 PM

Ghirox: it's set in Oregon - at least, that's where the Ark is. They tend to move around somewhat.

The Southwest sounds like a perfect area to do things to me. Plenty of big cities for Prime to prevent Megs from devastating, and lots of open desert to fight in properly. I can see some visual continuity from G1, where they were often fighting in rocky desert. (Don't know how appropriate that is to Oregon's geography, but it looked good all the same.)

EDIT: Hey, where'd my sig go?

Dead Man Wade 2004-12-15 04:34 PM

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Originally posted by Whirl's Rear Rotor
EDIT: Hey, where'd my sig go?
Signatures are turned off in this forum.

stoltobot 2004-12-15 08:13 PM

Was not the Ark crashed into the side of Mt St Helens? Didnt Mt St Helens have an eruption earlier this year? The same kind of thing that woke the TFs in the original story.

But...I thought St H. was near Seattle, which was near Canada.
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Whirl's Rear Rotor 2004-12-15 08:28 PM

It was Mount St. Hilary. Don't know enough of American geography to say if that's a real place or whether it's a reference to Mount St. Helens, but Oregon is specifically mentioned a lot in the comics, and once or twice in the cartoon too, if I recall correctly.

Nevermore 2004-12-15 08:48 PM

Mount St. Hillary is a fictious place, based on the real-life eruption of Mount St. Helens.

Whirl's Rear Rotor 2004-12-15 09:09 PM

Righto. Well, it's certainly the northwest.

AutobotJazz 2004-12-15 09:58 PM

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Originally posted by stoltobot
Was not the Ark crashed into the side of Mt St Helens? Didnt Mt St Helens have an eruption earlier this year? The same kind of thing that woke the TFs in the original story.

But...I thought St H. was near Seattle, which was near Canada.

Dont worry I dont think we can expect giant talking robot action figures smashing up the joint any time soon...or can we?

No....no we cant!


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