Director Michael Bay, of Transformers, Bad Boys and Bad films fame has today announced he has struck a deal with the Australian Government to cast Metadata in his new Transformers film.
An excited Bay told The (un)Australian, “I am ecstatic to have cast Metadata in my new film, I mean we have had Megatron and now Metadata. When I first heard of Metadata and it’s abilities I thought this would be great, I mean it can fight crime and know everything you have ever done on the internet, hello to all the fan boys in the chat rooms! All that and at a cost of only $400 million, what a deal.”
Prime Minister Abbott was also excited over the deal telling The (un)Australian, “I think Australian’s are excited by Mr Bay’s films so much so that I have decided to use another ‘Captain’s pick’ and will knight Mr Bay, as well as Starscream the decepticon.”
However the news has not been well received by movie fans, with chat rooms and twitter going ballistic over the news. Said user Boba Crack-a-Fat in the Soggy Popcorn movie chat room, “Uh why does Bay keep making movies, I mean, yeah sure each Transformers film grosses over a billion dollars, but it’s not about money man it’s about art!”
Transformers 75: The Battle to Save the Bottom Line will be in cinemas this Christmas.
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