The ladies of Transformers talk putting out fires on their first day and laughing at Anthony Hopkins 5 years ago

The ladies of Transformers talk putting out fires on their first day and laughing at Anthony Hopkins

"I had to grab the fire extinguisher..."

You could have guessed that working on a Transformers movie set would be a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but we didn't realise just how literal that might be...

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Transformers: The Last Knight is in Irish cinemas right, and we've already chatted to Mark Wahlberg and the other chaps of the latest Transformers movie, and now it is the ladies' turn.

First up is Laura Haddock, who you may recall from The Inbetweeners Movie, or from playing Chris Pratt's mum in the two Guardians Of The Galaxy movies.

Here she talked to JOE about what it was like working with a living legend like Anthony Hopkins, how she went home bruised and battered from some the daily stunt-work, but explains why Michael Bay said she would be more than capable of handling it.

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Next up, and not even 16 years old yet, is the very charming Isabela Moner.

She is probably best known to a certain age-group for her lead role on the Nickelodeon television series 100 Things to Do Before High School, but in The Last Knight, Moner was thrown in at the deep end, telling us that despite her dad being a fire-fighter, she had to grab an extinguisher and get up and close and personal with a fire on her very first day on set.