TRANSFORMERS 3 to Film at Kennedy Space Center

     May 12, 2010

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With Michael Bay’s Transformers 3 starting to film in Los Angeles and soon around the world, a new report from cfnews13 in Florida says the movie will be filming at Kennedy Space Center this September.  The report says filming will take eight days and location scouts have also looked at other local areas to shoot like Patrick Air Force Base; Space Coast Regional Airport, in Titusville; Merritt Island Airport; Lone Cabbage Fish Camp, in Cocoa; and a Cocoa Beach house.

Back in 1998, Bay shot certain scenes for Armageddon at Kennedy Space Center, which may explain why he wants to shoot there.  Or it could be certain key scenes in the movie involve going into outer space.  Either way, I’m sure it’s going to look “awesome”.   If you’ve never seen his Verizon FiOS commercial, you definitely need to hit the jump:

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