Producer Confirms Transformers 2 Won't Make Strike Deadline

A hate plague on delayed sequels!

by | August 23, 2007 | Comments

more box office than meets the eye (ha ha), everyone is expecting a
Transformers 2
However, these movies take time and with several guild strikes looming next
year, it is unlikely we will see the Autobots again any time soon.

facts are that everyone is saying there will be [a strike]," said producer
Don Murphy.
"Lots of ideas are being pitched around. I suspect there will be one but the
strike thing kind of confuses everyone. When would we have to start? There’s no
script. How would we be done by end of June?"

is positive there will be a sequel. It is just that development is likely to be
held up with talent unavailable to proceed with development. "What we’re
expecting is that the Writer’s Guild who’s up in October will just magically
elect to push until June which is when SAG is up. They’ll all go on strike
together. With no writers, you can’t do any development."

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