Transformers' Tyrese Gibson
TG: Technology-wise, they have definitely pushed the envelope and created a new standard. I mean, there's going to be some insecure directors running around town, saying, "Man, if we don't have this kind of stuff in our movie, then how the hell are we going to come close to performing or keeping up with that?" There's so much action and drama and one-of-a-kind things going on in this movie that no one has ever seen.
RC: As an actor, is it complicated to work with the special effects?
TG: When they explain it all, it's very easy to follow and you've just kind of got to listen and pay attention to what's going on and just try to show up and be at your best. If he says the robots are over here and the car's going to turn over, and this is going to explode and this is going to happen ...You've just got to listen to what's needed and try and go for gusto. I think at the end of the day, if you have never worked on a movie in your life where someone is giving you directions, then this would be the movie to pay close attention to because you could really get hurt. This is dangerous stuff.