Sentinel uses the Pillars to transport hundreds of concealed Decepticons from the Moon to Earth.Carly is later captured by Gould, who is revealed to be in service of the Decepticons.
Unicron is briefly shown in a secret Transformers 3 preview feature in the Revenge of the Fallen Blu-ray disc. Movies are not always warm and fuzzy." A few well-known actors such as John Malkovich and Frances Mc Dormand also gained selected roles for the film. Jeong described the film, "Yeah, it's a small role in Transformers but yeah.
Ultimately, the producers decided to forgo a plot involving the planet-eating Transformer, and no further comments were ever made on the subject. Malkovich explains: "I play a guy called Bruce Brazos, who's just a loudmouth, kind of business man who's Shia's character's boss. I had an out of body experience working on that one because I just couldn't believe I was there.
Megatron slyly proposes a truce, having the desire to become the one in charge again, but Optimus instead attacks Megatron, decapitating and killing him.
Sentinel pleads for his life, but Optimus executes him too for his betrayal.
Working together, the Autobots, along with several ex-Rangers and Navy SEALs, manage to rescue Carly and kill Laserbeak, Starscream, Soundwave and Shockwave, with Optimus using Shockwave's arm-cannon to blast the Control Pillar, disabling the Space Bridge.
Sam confronts Gould as he reactivates the Control Pillar, and knocks Gould into the Pillar, killing him.
Bumblebee and Ratchet arrive and destroy the Control Pillar, permanently disabling the Bridge and causing the partially transported Cybertron to implode.
Optimus and Sentinel fight while Carly convinces Megatron that he will be replaced by Sentinel as leader of the Decepticons: Sentinel severs Optimus' right arm, and is about to execute him when Megatron intervenes, incapacitating Sentinel.
"I wasn't hurt", Bay stated, "because I know that's just Megan. The novel is a prequel to the 2007 film Transformers.
It follows the same story structure as Dark of the Moon, being set in 1969, the year of Apollo 11.