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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley – Victoria’s Secret Transformers 3 Video
Last month we told you that Megan Fox was out of Transformers 3, just a couple weeks after we saw her amongst TF3 props. Speculation about who would replace her had been running rampant with names like Sarah Wright, Brooklyn Decker (via Deadline), and even Gemma Arterton (The Prince of Persia, Clash of the Titans recently), but recently focused on model, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
To celebrate and congratulate their model, Victoria’s Secret released a video on facebook featuring Huntington-Whiteley. I was never one of these odd anti-Fox people, but at the same time, while I admire what she brings to the room, when you’re rolling big Willie Bay status, there are a lot of people that can come through that door and deliver those same goods. The BSC door (teleporter, trumps of Amber, Warren, whatever) remains open to Fox or Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at any time. My guess is that everyone who hates Fox will find a reason to dislike any Bay choice, because what we all really want is a tubby to star opposite Shia in a big budget action film. That said, the last movie was pretty hard to watch, but I don’t think it had anything to do with the cast (in fact, I think the cast is what was able to make the first film workable and light-hearted).