A few weeks ago I wrote an article praising Paramount for a really smart idea: seeing how packed the summer schedule is the studio decided to move Transformers: Dark of the Moon up from it's original Friday, July 1st release date to Wednesday, June 29th...
I haven’t listened to Linkin Park since their first record came out, so I’m not sure when they started making weepy songs like the one in this Transformers: Dark of the Moon preview video. Clearly whoever decided to slap this together took aim at a demographic normally forgotten about
We complained when the last batch of Transformers: Dark of the Moon images came out that they weren't quite as action-packed as we'd hoped for. Apparently Michael Bay and the Paramount promotional team were listening, as the latest batch of images to come out today includes one of Shia LaBeouf sliding off a building
In the flurry of promotion for Transformers: Dark of the Moon, one new character hasn't really been getting his fair share. While the movie's brand new baddie, Shockwave, has gotten three stills and a banner poster, Sentinel Prime, the new Autobot first revealed in the teaser trailer, has yet to have his real moment in the sun. That changes today.
I have good news for all those that still have faith in Michael Bay to make a quality Transformers movie: Dark of the Moon is almost here. Earlier today we posted a new TV spot from the movie that (unfortunately) featured the leg-humping robot from Revenge of the Fallen, but now we have a new still that's considerably more badass.
The Transformers movies are crammed with military men and endless explosions precisely to get away from that-- these are movies for real men, don't you know that? All the same, any franchise that makes so much money from selling action figures has to get kids in the audience too
We’ve just gotten our hands on a brand new trailer for Transformers: Dark of the Moon. If you’re heading out to see Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides this weekend, this is the one you’ll see in 3D before Captain Jack Sparrow’s new 3D adventure. But why wait, when you can watch it right here, right now?
Given the way the movie schedule is packed this year, opening means absolutely everything and I'm surprised that more movies aren't taking this exact same tactic. Crowds on Wednesday and Thursday won't be as big as those that arrive over the weekend, but it can be successful in the long run.
If you were disappointed that the first clip from Transformers: Dark of the Moon to go online featured absolutely no robots or fighting, you might like the latest one a little bit better
Transformers: Dark of the Moon is all but guaranteed to be one of the biggest hits of summer 2011, and just like all major blockbusters these days, it will be presented in 3D. Though hesitant to it at first because of how the technology would affect his style of filmmaking, director Michael Bay says that he now fully embraces the movement...
When you reflect on Michael Bay's Transformers movies, what do you remember? The chaotic, ear-blasting, metal-on-metal action when giant space robots fight each other or the moments when the humans are talking with each other about something other than Autobots and Decepticons?
Please save yourself the time-- the Twins are obviously not in the movie, no matter what evidence may point otherwise, and even if you do think you see them Bay isn't going to agree with you. He's got final cut over this movie, and say what you will about his scattered filmmaking style
Hot on the heels of the movie’s first, full trailer… here’s a brand new poster for Transformers: Dark of the Moon. The trailer made it clear that this is basically an alien invasion flick. Think Battle: Los Angeles except set in Chicago and with robots fighting on our side instead of just Aaron Eckhart.
If you've seen the first two Transformers movies you know that a there is a ton of metal and fire flying all around the screening that prevents you from taking everything in. Naturally, this goes for the trailers as well. The theatrical promo for Transformers: Dark of the Moon has just gone online...
Michael Bay has been promising for months now that the third Transformers film would be more coherent and also more spectacular than the disastrous Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, and so far we're liking what we're seeing-- robots wreaking havoc both on earth and on each other