R&B singer-turned- Hollywood actor Tyrese Gibson is full positive energy thanks to the recently wrapped up “Transformers..” sequel and a forthcoming comic book series titled “Mayhem”. Speaking up on the highly anticipated sequel titled “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” Tyrese says this particular film was more like a reunion full of new energy and a few upgrades. “(I’m) Master Sergeant Epps. My title has been upgraded to the highest level in the air force. I have way more responsiblities; way more pressure and way more enemies to stop,” Gibson told Collider. “There’s a lot of new energy and layers to the sequel.” The film, which Gibson says “was a real effort to get done,” is slated to open in theaters June 24 and will be followed by a special project. That project is Gibson’s unexpected turn into the comic book world with the Image Comics helmed “Mayhem”. According to the former “Signs” singer, “Mayhem” is about a “gun slinging vigilante who seeks refuge from the basement of a church”. When asked whether “Mayhem” would make a big screen debut, Gibson shot down speculation stating “I’m trying to make this the best comic book it can be”. Since 2001, Tyrese Gibson has transitioned from the recording industry to film effectively. Not only has he starred in the John Singleton helmed hit “Baby Boy,” Gibson has also taken on the action genre in “Death Race,” “Transformers,” “2 Fast 2 Furious” and is rumored to be linked to the forthcoming John Singleton directed flick “Luke Cage”.
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