TRANSFORMERS 3 In Trouble With National Park Service In D.C.!

We all know Michael Bay is way over the top and his Transformers 3 production is in full gear, or was. According to Collider his plans to shoot for two weeks and blow stuff up with an additional month shooting planned for other production needs have been slowed down. Washington D.C. and the National Park Service have gotten in the way. Kathy Hollinger, director of the D.C. Office of Motion Picture and Television Development says D.C. hasn't ever seen a production of this caliber before and went on to say this;

The robots will be here,” she said. “It’s not like they’re going to be building and having these little miniature Transformers running around and then make them look real with CGI effects afterward.”


That is correct Ms. Hollinger, Optimus Prime and the rest of the Transformers are real so you will have 28 foot robots running wild in Washington D.C.! Wow somebody get this lady a V-8! The Transformers 3 shoot would bring in an estimated $200 million in it's short stay there and now look what's happening.

Come on people ,we have to see our  Autobots and Decepticons battling it out on 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Ok D.C., let Mr. Bay and his giant robots come play in your little community please, it's good for the economy!


So um, what do y'all think about our pal Kathy hollinger thinking the Transformers are real?


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