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Kelsey Grammer Joins Michael Bay's TRANSFORMERS 4

May 3, 2013
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While I, like many, have been skeptical about "Transformers 4", I have no problem giving credit where credit is due. Michael Bay had done a great job at stacking his cast. News hit today that Kelsey Grammer has officially joined the picture.

The last blockbuster or superhero-type flick that Grammer was in, was "X-Men: The Last Stand", when he portrayed Beast. In "Transformers 4", he will play Harold Attinger, a counter intelligence officer who may have plans to use Cybertronian technology as weapons research for mankind. This sounds like it of course will not end well, and Optimus Prime and crew would then have return to save mankind, once again.

With the absence of Shia LaBeouf, Mark Wahlberg will be the film's lead, with the aid of Stanley Tucci, Jack Reynor, Nicola Peltz, and now Grammer.

Do you like the addition of Grammer in "Transformers 4"? Let us know in the comments section below!

"Transformers 4" hits AMC Theatres on June 27th 2014.

Source: Empire

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