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Red-Carpet Video Interview: ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ Star Laura Haddock

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CHICAGOLaura Haddock, the new leading lady in “Transformers: The Last Knight,” walked the Chicago red carpet for the premiere of the film on June 20, 2017. She talked to Adam Fendelman of HollywoodChicago.com about working with director Michael Bay and how her real-life OCD tendencies played into her controlling Vivian Wembley character.

The film, which opened on June 21, 2017, stars Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, Josh Duhamel, Laura Haddock and Stanley Tucci from director Michael Bay. Watch now below!


Interview by: Adam Fendelman, Publisher
Filmed and edited by: Jeff Doles, 238 Studios
Edited by: Ethan Madison, ERM Films
Stills and trailer (used with permission): Paramount Pictures

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