Epic Transformers Dark of the Moon 3D Theatrical Trailer in 2D!

What is said to be Michael Bay’s final contribution to the Transformers film franchise is turning out to be more spectacular than both movies combined. Go big or go home, right? This new 3D trailer that was in front of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides speaks for itself. Watching this massive trailer on an IMAX screen in 3D was almost worth more of my time than watching POTC itself (only because the trailer was two and a half minutes and not a whole movie). According to Transformers Live Action Movie Blog, this will be the last of the trailers we’ll be seeing before the film hits theaters June 29, not July 1 anymore. Check out the trailer in 2D after the jump where I also snagged 188 stills too!

Continue reading

Advertisements

The Transformers Dark of the Moon Announcement Trailer Shows Hope for the Franchise

What seemed to be a lost cause after Revenge of the Fallen, Dark of the Moon has given the Transformers franchise a shimmer of hope glistening amongst the stars with their new “Announcement Trailer.” Check out the very sleek, well done, and not so “Bay like” trailer after the break along with over 50 hi-res stills!

Continue reading

Transformers 3 Plot Details and More!

Of course, what would be a big budget franchise without the use of 3D? Transformers 3 is now confirmed to be tainted with the 3D stamp of approval, but no word on whether it will be post converted or shot in 3D. My assumption is that it will be post converted, due to Michael Bay’s lack of respect towards the technology. I don’t really blame him for his type of filming and that this was only a settlement on behalf of the studio’s demands. USA Today got the first big scoop of the big details and many more that have been speculated for Transformers 3. Spoiler warnings come after the jump!

Continue reading

Michael Bay Changes Transformers 3 Roster, Megan Fox Cut From The Team

The big news hit today from Deadline that the little vixen with the big mouth, Megan Fox, has been passed up in Transformers 3. Paramount had decided not to use the sassy young starlet and Michael Bay had the final say. Other sources from Variety and People have as well confirmed this story. With that being said and the ominous approaching shooting start for Transformers 3, there have already been discussions on a new love interest for leading man Shia LaBeouf.

Continue reading

Review: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

film review

Here it is my Review for Transformers: ROTF. Ultimately all my film reviews will be like the image at the end of the review that you can enlarge and view in the Film Review Section of my blog. Now with no more waiting, I give you my review:

The behemoth that is Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen has plopped in our laps. This epic sequel was directed by Michael Bay, written by Ehren Kruger (Scream 3), Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman (both MI: 3, Star Trek, The Island). Of course this couldn’t be a hit without Shia LaBeouf and the woman on top of the world, Megan Fox along with Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson, Ramon Rodriguez and Isabel Lucas (who could have been more attractive than Fox in the film).

Continue reading

Review: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

film review

Here it is my Review for Transformers: ROTF. Ultimately all my film reviews will be like the image at the end of the review that you can enlarge and view in the Film Review Section of my blog. Now with no more waiting, I give you my review:

The behemoth that is Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen has plopped in our laps. This epic sequel was directed by Michael Bay, written by Ehren Kruger (Scream 3), Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman (both MI: 3, Star Trek, The Island). Of course this couldn’t be a hit without Shia LaBeouf and the woman on top of the world, Megan Fox along with Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson, Ramon Rodriguez and Isabel Lucas (who could have been more attractive than Fox in the film).

Continue reading

Transformers: ROTF Writer Interview

TF2SteelPoster

SuperheroHype! got a chance to sit down with the writer’s of ROTF Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, minus Ehren Kruger. SHH interviewed the writers and talked all about their new movie and the process that led to this $200 million  extravaganza of a summer popcorn blockbuster alien robot epic of a film; also a few other things that are in the works for the creative dynamic duo.

SHH!: What about pressures of writing a sequel? When you wrote the first one, no one knew it was going to do that well, but as you wrote the second one, was there a lot of pressure to fit in stuff you weren’t able to do the first time?

Kurtzman: I think frankly, you have to tune out the noise, both of the first movie and just what the expectations are for the sequel. You find the emotional link that you have to the movie and you write to that, and working with Michael, you always know that the action is going to be big. Our job is to actually focus on the small things and hope that the emotional story can be told within the context of the movie Michael wants to make.
Orci: Luckily, there were a lot of things from the first movie that we didn’t get to do, so that we already had some material going into this one.”

Read the rest of the article here

Transformers: ROTF Writer Interview

TF2SteelPoster

SuperheroHype! got a chance to sit down with the writer’s of ROTF Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, minus Ehren Kruger. SHH interviewed the writers and talked all about their new movie and the process that led to this $200 million  extravaganza of a summer popcorn blockbuster alien robot epic of a film; also a few other things that are in the works for the creative dynamic duo.

SHH!: What about pressures of writing a sequel? When you wrote the first one, no one knew it was going to do that well, but as you wrote the second one, was there a lot of pressure to fit in stuff you weren’t able to do the first time?

Kurtzman: I think frankly, you have to tune out the noise, both of the first movie and just what the expectations are for the sequel. You find the emotional link that you have to the movie and you write to that, and working with Michael, you always know that the action is going to be big. Our job is to actually focus on the small things and hope that the emotional story can be told within the context of the movie Michael wants to make.
Orci: Luckily, there were a lot of things from the first movie that we didn’t get to do, so that we already had some material going into this one.”

Read the rest of the article here

ROTF Wheelie Clip in HD, English, and No Subtitles

ROTF Wheelie Clip in HD, English, and No Subtitles