The upcoming sequel of the blockbuster hit action movie 'Transformers' will have a microcassette recorder-transforming-robot as one of the new villains.
Though earlier reports on the baddies in the upcoming sequel of blockbuster movie "Transformers" have often turned out to be false ones, media is still hunting down on getting a slightest hint on the new robots to appear in "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" and apparently the works weren't left in vain. Lately, screenwriter of the action adventure movie, Roberto Orci, unveiled that Decepticons will be aided with the existence of Soundwave in the sequel.
Talking about his works on the second live-action adaptation of the "Transformers" franchise to IGN, Orci confessed that he could no longer leave the microcassette recorder-transforming-robot out of the second film. "I'll tell you. We had to get Soundwave in there," so claimed the "Star Trek" co-writer. The man who is also known for his producing role further explained that this particular character was actually planned to be included in the first film, but the idea was later canceled because the filmmakers couldn't do it right.
On another updates of the forthcoming sequel, it is rumored that the movie which will start its production in June is going to contain fighting scenes between the alien robots at a Chinese factory. The rumor surfaced after source claimed that the production team will convert the old steel site located in south Bethlehem, Pennsylvania into an Asian city and that the filmmakers are looking for Chinese extras. Regardless, whether the latter report is true or not, "Transformers" sequel will be directed by Michael Bay, starred by Shia LaBeouf and will arrive in the big screen on June 26, 2009.