Watch: 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' Featurette on the Skydivers
A badass new featurette has been debuted over on Badass Digest (via SlashFilm) today for Transformers: Dark of the Moon highlighting the skydivers that appear in the movie. We've talked about them many times before, as they're in the trailers and have been mentioned by Michael Bay time and time again, the wingsuit guys who jump out of that helicopter. The video focuses on J.T. Holmes, one of the "precision skydivers" who worked on the film. It's awesome seeing these guys just jump off, and jump out, of pretty much anything. It's finally just a few more weeks left until we get to see Transformers: Dark of the Moon.
Watch the behind-the-scenes featurette from Transformers: Dark of the Moon from YouTube:
If you haven't seen the latest epic trailer for Transformers: Dark of the Moon, you can still watch it here.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon is again directed by everyone's favorite explosive director, Michael Bay, of the previous two Transformers movies as well as Bad Boys I and II, The Rock, Armageddon, Pearl Harbor and The Island. The screenplay was written by Ehren Kruger, who co-wrote the Revenge of the Fallen script but went solo this time, and also worked on The Ring, The Skeleton Key and Brothers Grimm screenplays. Paramount is bringing Transformers 3 to theaters everywhere in 3D on June 29th. Bring on the summer!
"It looks fantastic, in 3D" Yeah sure, it always looks fantastic in 3D
Anonymous on Jun 1, 2011
Big Boss on Jun 1, 2011
That is pretty badass.
Cody W. on Jun 1, 2011
You gotta have BALLS of steel to jump. Come on. You couldn't pay me a million bucks to jump off...no way. Must be a rad job indeed!
Anonymous on Jun 1, 2011
give me free training on how to do it and Ill do it for free
joshp on Jun 2, 2011
like a boss!!
Anonymous on Jun 2, 2011
Hey, where are the Transformers? If I wanted to see guys in wing suits I'd just youtube it. Throwing these guys in just because Michael Bay thinks is cool is a bit of a hack job. No thanks. He still owes me money for Transformers 2.
Giant Robot on Jun 2, 2011
Brandon on Jun 2, 2011
And the point is? Heads off for those jumpers but so? All this hype, hope is good.
handsomepig on Jun 3, 2011
Transformers is expected to appeal to audiences through action, but also through the connection with humans. Now, as you know, G1 had humans in it, and that helped the show. Transformers (2007) had humans in it, and that helped the show. While some people would think two hours of robots just shooting each other is cool, sometimes it's good to show the Transformers alliance with humans. Hence, they make a few humans jump of a building. Hey, if Optimus Prime can fly, humans can glide down to the ground. As for the movie well, it looks like it'll dominate the universe of filmaking, so...
Zarblebee Prime on Jun 6, 2011
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