I can't believe the normally brutal Honest Trailers" thought they could get through the infamous Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen movie in a mere five-minute trailer. Why I could have spent five full minutes on the debacle of Spike's Mom's pot addiction alone.
If Revenge of The Fallen's Devastator looks more like CGI trickery than a convincing combination of construction vehicles, perhaps this piece of concept art showing what goes where will explain the thinking behind the even-more-giant Transformer. [Seibertron.com]
Everyone expects James Cameron's Avatar to launch a new generation of 3-D movies, but Transformers director Michael Bay isn't interested. He also responds to Megan Fox's complaints about his movies not focusing enough on acting. Let the Baytrigue Commence!
Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen's Wednesday midnight opening broke box office records by $16 million with its first screenings, becoming the largest Wednesday midnight opening ever... and the third biggest midnight opening of all time.
Surprising no-one, Michael Bay's second Transformers movie dominated the international box office this weekend, despite only opening in two countries. Have we finally met this year's Dark Knight?
We're not saying that the Earth may actually come under attack from giant robots, but if that were to happen, apparently Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen would be a surprisingly realistic portrayal of how the US military would fight back.
Worried that Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen may be a rushed, incoherent mess of a movie saved only by the spectacle of Michael Bay's philosophy that more explosions is never a bad thing? You may have reason to fear: the movie's writers have revealed the panic to finish the script.
Alien invasions, competing vampires and robots that are more than meets the eye are all populating the comics that'll be making their way to your local shelves tomorrow. What else do you need to know?
Here's the multimillion dollar 30-second Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen ad that's set to run this evening during the Super Bowl. Explosions, bad guys and sexy, sultry Megan Fox—all there.
Is this photo proof that we'll see a giant robot made out of seven Decepticons in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, or just that some Transformers fan has a very ugly bedspread? We investigate.
Paramount is screening footage of their big 2009 movies for international press, and the resulting buzz on JJ Abrams' Star Trek is very positive - and that's before you learn about the full-length trailer for another much anticipated movie that's going to be accompanying it into theaters next May. Are you ready for a…
Click to viewPeter Cullen was the voice of Optimus Prime in the 1980s cartoon version of Transformers, which may have given him the chance to rewrite some of the lines from Michael Bay's big-screen take on the character. But just where did Cullen - who also voices Eeyore in Disney's Winnie The Pooh movies - get that…
The long line of heroes with damaged hands will grow by one with the release of Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen, according to new rumors from the set of the heavy metal sequel. Proving that art mirrors real life mirrors the reality of shooting schedules, Shia LeBeouf's character Sam Whitwicky is set to gain his…