Transcript for What 'Shocked' Stanley Tucci on 'Transformers' Set?
So "Transformers" fans have been waiting for the newest film in the saga. Come next Friday, they are back in "Transformers: Age of extinction," Michael bey has brought it all together and new all-star cast. We caught up with them. ABC's Cameron Mathison has the latest. Oh, my god. Reporter: The "Transformers" films have long transformed the world of cgi special effects as we know it. And the latest "Transformers: Age of extinction" iso exception. We caught up with the star cast on the heels of the world premiere in Hong Kong, one of the film's locations. You know, it's kind of like shooting in New York but on steroids because it's bigger and faster and there's a lot more people and don't kind of stop to see what's going on. They're just kind of a part of the movie, as well so a lot of fun. Reporter: Along the way there were some hiccups. I got lost several times but then I always walk around cities I'm not accustomed to so thank god for the goodness of the Chinese people here in Hong Kong. Can I see? Reporter: And the cast got to squeeze in some down time. We had some dinners together. A little cluster here. We had a couple of those. A couple of late nights. Reporter: But the icing on the cake was working with groundbreaking director Michael bey. It's insane. You know, when you film it, you know, you use your imagination but what Michael does with these films and the cgi that goes in it is really mind-blowing. The amazing thing about Michael he sees it all in his head. It's what they're made of. I have never made a movie that was quite on this scale before and certainly with this number of explosions and the first day that I experienced those explosions I was completely shocked. I remember that day. Yeah. I was afraid I wasn't going to survive the rest of the shooting but it was thrilling. It was really thrilling. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Cameron Mathison, ABC news, Los Angeles.
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