Roberto Orci, one of the writers for 'Transformers' sequel, gives out verifications on several rumors circulating on the action movie.
Soundwave won't be transforming into an ice cream truck in "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen". According to Transformers fansite TFW2005, screenwriter Roberto Orci has stated the fact adding that the baddie known as Megatron's most loyal lieutenant is also not going to be an iPod or a combiner made of many iPods. Though noting what the villain will not turn into, he did not share its alternate mode.
Aside from discussing about Soundwave, Orci also addressed Jazz's issue hinting that the fallen Autobot in "Transformers" will not have its full return or be presented in flashbacks. On Megatron's possible new name, Galvatron, he simply said, "We talked about it a lot." Additionally, he confirmed that the principle photography is going to be wrapped up in "another five weeks or so".
On other "Revenge of the Fallen" news, AICN reported that the sequel's full trailer will be making its way to the big screen attached to J.J. Abram's "Star Trek" which is expected to be screened in theaters on May 8, 2009. Furthermore, Slash Film suggested that its teaser trailer is most likely to be released along with "Eagle Eye".
Due to be released on June 26, 2009, "Revenge of the Fallen" comes from director Michael Bay and the screenwriting team of Ehren Kruger, Alex Kurtzman and Orci. It follows the story about two clashing robot clans on Earth. This time, the heroes will be facing a stronger and more powerful villain, the Fallen, which forces them to bring back their foe Megatron.
Starring Shia LaBeouf as Sam Witwicky, the human friend of the friendly alien robots Autobots, the flick is also supported by Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson, John Turturro, Isabel Lucas, Rainn Wilson and many others. The production was once shortly halted due to LaBeouf's car accident in late July.