Star claims latest Transformers movie will be death-heavy
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This will come as no surprise to those who have seen the Transformers movies, although franchise star Shia LaBeouf has revealed that third the instalment in the series will take a much darker turn. The actor told Total Film:
"There's a human toll this time, the Decepticons are going after humans - there's a lot of death, it'll be darker."
However, online casino fans who did not enjoy the much-maligned second movie in the franchise can rest assured. LaBeouf, who has previously admitted that the second movie was not up-to-scratch, told the publication that he believes this sequel is much better than the first. He said:
"It's not like I'm embarrassed to go make Transformers 3 - I'm really happy and I think we can make some big updates on the second movie."
Transformers 3, directed by Michael Bay and starring LaBeouf and British actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, will be released in cinemas in July 2011.