It’s that wonderful thing where features are now taking a page from television and getting people together to really try and plan things out. It was a wonderful experience. Akiva Goldsman was fantastic and Jeff Pinkner, who’s co-writing the fifth [Transformers] movie with him was phenomenal. Zak Penn… It was just a room full of brilliant, funny, amazing people. And we spent two and a half weeks in physically the best writers room I’ve ever seen in my life. Paramount pulled out all the stops. It was phenomenal! We laughed and joked and told stories and plotted out…
When asked about the upcoming projects, He went on to say:
I can’t say what we plotted out, but it was all very exciting and in the next few months we’ll see what moves forward and what doesn’t move forward. But it was a fantastic experience. One of the best experiences of that was when Steven Spielberg popped by one afternoon to just sit and talk and hear what we were working on. Everybody was about to throw up, they were so excited
Aww, how cute. They still haven't met Bay yet. They still haven't had the pleasure of him taking a giant red marker to their storyboard and script and crossing out entire paragraphs and pages only to write "insert explosion #257 here" and "insert product placement ad #82 there".
It's OK, Little Steve. You will learn.
Edited by Megaplex Prime, 29 July 2015 - 02:47 PM.