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Excluding Dinobots, 'Transformers 2' Gets Confirmed Theme

July 25, 2008 03:46:11 GMT

In a latest interview with 'Transformers' sequel writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, it is revealed that 'Revenge of the Fallen' will deal with being away from home and it won't see any Dinobots.


Excluding Dinobots, 'Transformers 2' Gets Confirmed Theme
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Highly anticipated by most of its fans and others, "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" has yet to share any confirmed details about the story plot giving fans nothing but speculations about the sequel. Still, in the effort to provide a tiny ray of light to the general idea of the story without sharing any spoiler, writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman came out to discuss several most talked about subjects.

Talking to MTV, the scribblers addressed the new theme for this second "Transformers" film. If the first film puts the focus of the story on a boy and his car, "Revenge of the Fallen" will deal with the responsibilities one is facing when being away from home. "It's about being away from home," explained Orci. "It's a few years later and Sam is going to finally go to college and he's going to face being away from home just as the Autobots are having to deal with being away from Cybertron."

Aside from sharing out the theme, Orci and Kurtzman also make time to dismiss rumors about the appearance of Dinobots in the sequel. Insisting that fans won't see the dinosaur transforming robots, Orci reasoned, "We couldn't quite figure out how to justify a robot that would pretend to be a dinosaur." Further, commenting on the choosing of the title, Orci gushed, "Because 'Transformers 2' sounds stupid."

Set two years after the end of the first hit movie, "Revenge of the Fallen" will see many of its original stars, including Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson and John Turturro, reprising their roles as well as a list of newcomers, such as Isabel Lucas, Rainn Wilson and Matthew Marsden. The DreamWorks' movie is directed by Michael Bay and is set to be released in theaters on June 26, 2009.

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