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Monday, June 30, 2014

Bumblebee in Hollywood...

Posing with the full-scale Bumblebee prop (from the 2007 TRANSFORMERS movie) at Paramount Pictures in Hollywood, on June 30, 2014.

Just thought I'd share these photos that I took of a full-scale Bumblebee statue that is currently on display at Paramount Pictures in Hollywood. (I worked at the studio earlier today.) This statue, which is actually a movie prop that was used in the 2007 Transformers movie (in that scene where Sector 7 agents capture the Autobot in a sewage channel and transport him to the Hoover Dam), was placed in front of the famous Bronson Gate at Paramount to promote Transformers: Age of Extinction...which was released in theaters nationwide just three days ago (click here to read my review of the film). To see additional images that I took of Bumblebee, click here.

The full-scale Bumblebee prop (from the 2007 TRANSFORMERS movie) on display near the Bronson Gate at Paramount Pictures in Hollywood, on June 30, 2014.

The full-scale Bumblebee prop (from the 2007 TRANSFORMERS movie) on display at Paramount Pictures in Hollywood, on June 30, 2014. Raleigh Studios is in the background.

The full-scale Bumblebee prop (from the 2007 TRANSFORMERS movie) on display at Paramount Pictures in Hollywood, on June 30, 2014.

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