Specifically, how does one gorgeous girlfriend exit to leave room for a new one?
And while we know this is a summer movie full of fantasy, is it really believable that a guy like Sam Witwicky (Shia La Beouf) could wind up with the likes of Mikaela Banes (Fox) and Carly (Huntington-Whiteley)?
"Mike said to me — and there's two faces to this that are hilarious and insane and also genius, so three sides.
I remember him saying to me, 'Shia, we're not going with any bookish anything.
But make-up beware, she has a paragraph tattooed to her backside (probably due her rotten childhood) easily another 45 minutes in the chair!
''Megan really is a thankless, classless, graceless, and shall we say unfriendly b****.
'He wants to be like Hitler on his sets, and he is.
So he's a nightmare to work for, but when you get him away from set, and he's not in director mode, I kind of really enjoy his personality because he's so awkward, so hopelessly awkward. And it's endearing to watch him.'They added: 'When facing the press, Megan is the queen of talking trailer trash and posing like a porn star.
And yes we've had the unbearable time of watching her try to act on set, and yes, it's very cringe-able.'So maybe, being a porn star in the future might be a good career option.
Unless you've been living under a rock and/or have avoided all news related to "Transformers: Dark of the Moon," you're likely well aware that there was much ado about actress Megan Fox leaving the franchise and, subsequently, being replaced with model/first-time actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
With the film in theaters this week, fans have moved beyond guessing about the circumstances that led to the alleged firing and hiring of Fox and Huntington-Whiteley, respectively, and turned their attention to another pressing question: How are the two characters addressed in the film?