Putting in a cable show appearance, “Transformers” director Michael Bay says they’re currently deciding whether to take the third chapter in the Autobot & Decepticon story into the 3D realm reports MTV News.
The director, who has vocally not been a major fan of the recent 3D trend, says “It’s a process we’re testing with some ‘Transformers’ scenes. How successful it is with my movie in terms of a lot of real stuff coming out of the frame, real dirt, real complicated little particles coming towards the lens, because hopefully that process will work. I’ve seen some tests that look great on other movies. I just want to see how it looks on my footage”.
The director added that he’s determined to make this sequel less cookie-cutter – “You can’t just rehash the old. We’re adding a lot of new elements. We’re adding new characters. We’re adding a lot of twists.”
The director revealed earlier in the week on his blog that two of the biggest action sequences will be shot in Chicago and Moscow.