[VIDEO] General Motors and Transformers: Behind the Scenes
The wait is almost over: Transformers: Age of Extinction hits theatres tonight at midnight. As you’re probably well aware, General Motors and Transformers have long been partners, throughout the entire franchise in fact. In this latest installment, GM has provided a number of vehicles—the yellow Camaro, Bumblebee, of course; an Allspark Green Tin Corvette Stingray, Crosshairs; a Trax; and a Sonic rally car. In addition, GM provided several facilities to use for film sets for this fourth film.
Eager to demonstrate how essential the partnership between General Motors and Transformers was, is, and will be, the filmmakers released a behind the scenes look (video below) at the joint venture.
Lorenzo di Bonaventura, one of the film’s producers, summed it clearly in the behind the scenes look: “You couldn’t make the movie without GM.”
To hear more from di Bonaventura and for a closer look at the partnership, check out the video below.
General Motors and Transformers: Behind the Scenes
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