Michael Bay quits Samsung's press conference Video
Michael Bay quits Samsung's press conference Video Transcript
Ladies and gentlemen, director and producer Michael Bay. -Good afternoon-- good afternoon, Michael. -How is everyone today? My job as a director is I get to dream for a living. -Michael, you know, you're known for such unbelievable action. What inspires you? What-- how do you come up with these unbelievable ideas? -I create visual worlds that are so beyond every-- everyone's normal life experiences and Hollywood is a place that creates a viewer escape. And what I try to do is a-- as a director, I try to, the type is all off, sorry, I'll just wing this. -Fellows, what do you think? -Yeah, we'll wing it right now. I try to take people on an emotional ride. And-- -The curve? How do you think it's gonna impact-- how viewers are gonna view your movies? -Excuse me, I'm sorry, I'm sorry. -Okay. Ladies and gentlemen, let's thank Michael Bay for joining us.
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