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A Look Into Transformers' Aircraft Carrier That Never Materialized

July 08, 2008 06:56:21 GMT

Putting out his concept art of 'Transformers', Tim Flattery revealed for the first time the looks of the rumored transforming aircraft carrier set for the first film.


A Look Into Transformers' Aircraft Carrier That Never Materialized
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Do you ever wonder how Broadside will look like if the transforming aircraft carrier was brought into life in "Transformers"? With the recent post done by the film's concept artist Tim Flattery, fans and moviegoers alike are given the chance to be impressed with the concept of the talked about robot.

Exposing Flattery's concept art for the original film, two of the overall 15 images reportedly revealed the aircraft carrier transformer. While some of the concept arts may remind viewers of specific scenes in the blockbuster action movie starring Shia LaBeouf, some others are basically ideas for the movie which were cut out. All of the art works can be seen in Flattery's official site.

In 2007, director Michael Bay revealed that he had an idea to bring a transforming aircraft carrier into the first "Transformers" movie, but quickly dismissed that due to the limitation of the budget. Then, when the sequel was developed, many speculated that Broadside maybe materialized in it. Yet, producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura shut down any hope on the possibility as soon as the speculation hit.

Concerning the sequel itself, "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" has fallen into production for quite some time since early June. It will see most of its original stars, including LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson and John Turturro, back reprising their memorable roles. It will also add new characters who will be portrayed by newcomers, such as Isabel Lucas and Rainn Wilson. Though much are still kept under wraps, the movie is scheduled to open in theaters on June 26, 2009.

© AceShowbiz.com




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