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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 movieís first, full trailerÖ hereís 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
Apple has released the new still from the film and...holy shit I just figured it out. The title of the movie is Dark of the Moon? They release an image of a Great Gig In The Sky? Transformers 3 is actually a rock opera featuring the music of Pink Floyd.
In the run up to the theatrical trailer for Michael Bay's Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Paramount has been sending out new images left and right. In the last week we've seen two banner posters and one new still get released, but the focus has been entirely on the robots. Now it's time for a human uprising.
As announced last week, the first theatrical trailer for Transformers: Dark of the Moon will be released this week. To celebrate the run-up to the extended spot, Paramount has teamed up with Apple to deliver one new Transformers still a day. Today we get still number one.
The theatrical trailer for Transformers: Dark of the Moon is scheduled to be released next week, and Paramount is doing their best to give it a running start. Yesterday the studio released a new banner poster showing off franchise mainstay Bumblebee. But we've seen plenty of that little yellow car/robot in two movies already. Now it's time for something new.
Here is a brand new character banner for Transformers: Dark of the Moon. It contains Bumblebee, just in case you somehow doubted that the most popular Transformers outside of Optimus would show up in this movie. Why arenít we showing you a beautiful, high-res version of this poster? Because we arenít allowed to.
For some reason these days the studios are getting tripped up between their own attempts at brand identity and a smidgen of creativity, resulting in movie titles that are horrible mashups of words and numbers and ideas that wind up meaning absolutely nothing, even to the audiences that supposedly love these franchises
Leonard Nimoy has joined the cast of Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Heís been hired to provide the voice of Sentinel Prime, Optimus Primeís predecessor as leader of the Autobots. Thatís the transformer we saw in the Dark of the Moon teaser trailer, hanging out on the moon and looking none too happy about it.
Hereís two new pictures from Transformers: Dark of the Moon and, theyíll probably make you miss Megan Fox. Not because she was really all that important to the franchise, so much as she always looked really good in these slow-motion running shots. Instead weíll get more of Shia.
We've seen the announcement trailer, the Super Bowl spot and the Daytona 500 clip, but fans of Michael Bay's Transformers series have been chomping at the bit waiting for the first full trailer for the series' third installment, Dark of the Moon. Lucky for you, not only is it possible that the trailer date been announced, but also pretty much every other important date from now until it's released on Blu-ray and DVD.
Back when the first trailer dropped for Michael Bay's Transformers: Dark of the Moon, the final shot included a new, bearded transformer that nobody seemed to recognize. After guessing Unicron or Magnus, we finally settled on Alpha Trion, but that wasn't right either. Turns out that it's Sentinel Prime and today brings the first full shot of him.
I couldn't help but also notice that Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, the former Victoria's Secret model replacing Megan Fox as the love interest, has her mouth wide open in all three shots she appears in, looking more like a flesh-and-blood blow-up doll than an actual human. But her glassy eyed affect will be probably be balanced by Shia LaBeouf, who for better or for worse seems very at home chasing down giant robots and dodging fireballs.
Among the toys they unveiled were several Autobots who will be making their first appearances this summer in Transformers: Dark of the Moon, including Topspin, one of the NASCAR-inspired Wreckers who will be joining the Autobots this summer. They also had a play set version of the Autobot Ark
The Super Bowl is regularly the biggest television event of the year, and, as a result, a huge target for advertisers. But interspersed
Today the Los Angeles Times got Michael Bay to admit what we once thought was unthinkable: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen was not in fact the awesomest thing to ever exist
Even though J.J. Abrams is avoiding the great gimmicky scourge of 3D for his next, mysterious film Super 8, there's still going to be a way to pay extra to see the movie
Last month, an image of a Transformers toy came online and the wide spread belief was that it was a small, plastic version of what
Thanks in large part to half-assed designs and manufacturing, toys can often be an unreliable way to get a first look at movie characters. This idea, however, is typically only relegated to human characters. When
The first trailer for Transformers: Dark of the Moon debuted just a few moments ago and, though it didnít reveal much else, at least now we know what the movieís title means. If you havenít watched the trailer yet
As you can tell they're going for a bit of a historical bent with this one, starting with the historic moon landing in 1969 in a way that could convince you this a sequel to Apollo 13
It doesn't have the Dark of the Moon title, possibly because it was designed earlier this year before the title was in place, but TF3 still gets the point across pretty well