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was partially shot on the grounds of the Oxfordshire country house, which was the birthplace and residence of former Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.
Tony Hayes of Veterans Association UK said that people who lived through the Second World War would be “appalled by this”.
“When you see the movie you’ll understand,” Bay said.
“I, probably more than any director in the world, have shot more veterans and more active military men and women in my movies.
Over the weekend, on Michael Bay's official website, a (since-removed) letter was posted from "three crew members that have worked with Michael," blasting "dumb-as-a-rock" actress Megan Fox for comparing Bay to Hitler in an interview, being a terror on the set of When facing the press, Megan is the queen of talking trailer trash and posing like a porn star.
And once the post went live, certainly it wouldn't have taken a full Saturday for someone else under Bay's employ to notice it, right?Further arousing suspicion is the letter's Bay-esque command of the English language and, as a DHD commenter points out, this line: "Say what you want about Michael ...he simply wants people to bring their 'A' game" (fans of Bay's interviews and leaked e-mails to Paramount will know that he uses the term "'A' game" pretty frequently). Obviously we can't say for sure, but come on — most likely, he (or, at the very least, someone working for him, with his full knowledge) posted this thing, left it up for a day, pulled it down, denounced it, blamed it on a miraculously still-employed webmaster, and expected to appear completely above the fray. Transformers fans, get your 3D glasses ready and settle in for the long haul.In a behind-the-scenes video posted Wednesday on Vimeo, "Transformers: The Last Knight" director Michael Bay takes fans into his Miami home's editing room to demonstrate how the movie was filmed in IMAX 3D.It's the first time a movie has been shot in Imax 3D, which is a huge technical challenge.Imax cameras are already bigger than regular cameras, and shooting in 3D requires not one but two of them -- one for each eye, to create the illusion of depth.Regarding the future of the Transformers series, Bay said that "The Last Knight" is his last hurrah but that he's "going out with a bang." Bay may be signing off after this film, but the franchise is here to stay.Last week Bay told MTV that "there are 14 (Transformers) stories written, and there's good stuff." A movie centering on the character Bumblebee is scheduled for a 2018 release.As for "Last Knight," which opens June 23 in the US and UK and June 22 in Australia, Bay promises a high-tech, immersive experience.