Rosie Huntington-Whiteley cast in Transformers 3

I honestly can’t remember where I was going with this article. I believe it has something to do with Michael Bay. Ah yes, Victoria’s Secret has decided to congratulate model Rosie Huntington-Whitely on her acquisition of a lead role in Transformers 3. And while the newsworthiness of this escapes me, the video below certainly is shiny and fully of slender abdomen. It’s no wonder that Expendables star Jason Statham is currently getting as much Huntington-Whiteley (seriously, can we get this lady a nickname?) time as possible these days.

It’s still difficult to assess Ms. H-W’s personality and/or range as an actress, as modeling for Victoria’s Secret requires neither. In fact, it more or less requires a lack of personality, if you ask me. The point is probably moot, though, as Michael Bay‘s casting choices don’t always involve placing a high priority on personality or acting ability. Such was the story with Megan Fox, who pouted her way successfully through the first two Transformers films. I will say this — that girl with the absurdly long name will look good sitting on top of Bumblebee’s hood.


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