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How does “Transformers 3″ open? CHUD found out, and it’s all below. Needless to say, SPOILERS, so turn back now in case you don’t want to know. Rest assured, though, this is only the opening scene of the movie, and although it gives away what might be a fun surprise, it’s not anything TOO major, though that will be entirely up to you. If you want to go into the movie fresh (or as fresh as can be) I would skip reading the rest of this article.
You have been warned.
Just in case, I’ve put the SPOILER text in spoiler mode, so you’ll have absolutely no excuse to bitch if you read it:
There’s a disturbance on the Moon. A robot shaped disturbance. Scientists on Earth see this and the information gets passed up the chain of command. In the White House men in black suits are breathlessly running through the halls, and they burst into the Oval Office. The president is behind the desk, back turned to the door, looking out the window. One of the men tells the president, ‘Sir, something’s happened on the Moon!’ The president turns around.
It’s John F. Kennedy.
Yes, the opening scene of Transformers 3 takes place in 1961 or 1962. The gist of the story has to do with the Transformers’ involvement in the space race, and this is the reason why JFK was so hot to make sure America was first to the Moon.
Apparently it’s all the idea of Steven Spielberg. It also remindS me of those teaser trailers for the first “Transformers” movie…