Well, not you personally. Sorry. But the IGN FilmForce guys were able to make a visit to the Los Angeles set of Michael Bay‘s live-action "Transformers" epic, and they came back and wrote up a report. Because that’s what they do.
From IGNFF: "If you have never been on the set of a big-budget action movie, the only way it can be described is as "delicately orchestrated chaos." The production shut down a block of our busy city, and in addition to the hundreds who crowded barriers at the ends of the block, random folks would wander onto set, through the production, somehow oblivious to the fact that people were running screaming from invisible robots.
The scene being filmed was one near the end of the movie as the battle between Autobots and Decepticons rages in the streets of Los Angeles. The specific shots we saw were of mayhem and terror—extras running through smoke, the military folk reacting to the carnage, and the Autobots—in vehicle form—ostensibly getting in position for combat."
For the full (and large) report, plus a few new teaser posters, click here.