Recap Written By: Seacrest Studios Intern, CHOA
A visit from the lead actors in the summer hit Transformers: Age of Extinction quickly “transformed” Seacrest Studios at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA) into a pretend movie set with “lights, cameras and action!” Jack Reynor and Nicola Peltz, looking red carpet ready, talked “giant robots and explosions” with the excited crowd. Jack shared that he was just six years old when he decided he wanted to be an actor, and he started by watching a lot of movies. The Irish actor spoke about his career, “It’s about the character. Invest in what character you want to play and not just the movie.”
The stars arrived with movie posters and boxes full transformers and patients were super excited to have their very own BumbleBee! Transformers: Age of Extinction, at 2 hours and 45 minutes, is the longest of the Transformers movies, and, as Jack Reynor states, “it’s a little grittier and a little darker, but it’s a Transformers movie and at the end of the day, new and original, so get out there and see it!” Here at CHOA, the reviews are already in…Jack and Nicola get two thumbs up!