Kelsey Grammer On His Villainous Role In TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION
Kelsey Grammer shares his thoughts on the "malevolent" Harold Attinger in Transformers: Age of Extinction and also comments on what it's been like to work with director Michael Bay as well as how he believes Frasier would view this type of movie ("I think he might find it offensive in some ways...").
In a recent interview with Empire Online, Kelsey Grammer described his villainous character (Harold Attinger) in Transformers: Age of Extinction as "malevolent" before adding, "He’s a no-nonsense guy. He’s lived his life in the shadows for 30 years in the service of his country, and he likes to be unremarkable yet very efficient." While the actor has only appeared in the odd few summer blockbusters (such as 'Beast' in X-Men: The Last Stand), he describes his time working with director Michael Bay extremely positively. "He’s been very respectful and funny. He’s a terrific guy and quite a filmmaker. He just said to me the other day, 'You’re Kelsey Grammer - you can do whatever you want to do.' So I guess he at least has some acquaintance with my work." And what would his old television character Frasier make of this movie? "Well, you know what? I think he might find it offensive in some ways, but there was always a bit of Frasier that wasn’t completely a snob. He always liked blowing up things, too, if he could! When he would discover his inner child, he would revel in it, and I think Transformers is one of those things." Transformers: Age of Extinction movie is set to be released on June 27th, 2014.
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