Roberto Orci has answered more of your questions about Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen! Among the topics covered this time is Soundwave’s key personality traits and Roberto Orci’s response to the leaked concept art. He also touches on subjects ranging from the writing process of the Movie, to the possibility of the creator of the Transformers, Primus, getting mentioned, to Optimus Prime’s personality and the possibility of evil humans facing off against the Autobots.
You can check out a full summary of the responses by reading on.
On behalf of the staff of TFW2005 I would like to thank Roberto Orci for answering this latest round of questions. If you have a question that you would like to ask, you can ask it in the Welcome Mr Roberto Orci You May Ask Him Questions Thread on our 2005 Boards. Filming will end in two days time, in other words, November 6.
Will Primus be mentioned? The answer to this: “Perhaps… certainly some form of deep back story and mythology will be important.”
About Soundwave: Roberto Orci confirms that “all signs point to yes” on several of the traits that make Soundwave what he is making it into the Movie. This includes the monotone vocoder voice, his loyalty to Megatron and his minions such as Ravage.
Staying on the topic of Soundwave and Ravage, Bob commented on the leaked concept art of Soundwave, and stated that the “concept art appears to imply it is Ravage who is a truck, no?” (Although the robot mode sketch has a clearly visible truck grill in the waist – what could this mean? Speculate on our 2005 Boards!)
Roberto also addressed the question of if there will be evil humans “Certainly, not every human will be on their side.”
In closing, a few final comments from Mr Orci about what to look forward to in the new movie – for example, Optimus Prime “hasn’t changed a bit!” from his humble and self-sacrificing personality presented in the first film. Also, with regards to how the writing process has worked for this sequel: “we start with the characters we know we have to have and start by imagining what they’d be up to two years later if we were merely thinking realistically, and we go from there.”
On behalf of the staff of TFW2005 I would like to thank Roberto Orci for answering this latest round of questions. If you have a question that you would like to ask, you can ask it in the Welcome Mr Roberto Orci You May Ask Him Questions Thread on our 2005 Boards.