Josh Duhamel Talks LIFE AS WE KNOW IT and Says He’s Read the TRANSFORMERS 3 Script at Showest 2010

     March 19, 2010


Before yesterday’s Warner Bros. Showest presentation, I got to speak with a ton of people on the red carpet.  One of them was Josh Duhamel.  As one of the leads in director Greg Berlanti’s Life as We Know it (alongside Katherine Heigl), Duhamel was there to promote the movie to theater owners.

But since Duhamel is also in the Transformers franchise, I asked him if he’s heard anything about the third installment and he told me he read the script for Transformers 3 in director Michael Bay’s office two days ago! He said he liked it a lot and it’s different than people expect but he can’t say anything specific or Bay will have his balls.  This confirms his character is back in the third film.  Hit the jump to watch the interview.

His comments on Transformers 3 are at the end of the interview.


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