Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Almost like clockwork, Paramount and Dreamworks are doing everything in their power to not let us forget about the production of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Sure, it doesn’t hit theaters until June 26, 2009, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t dedicate ample page space to it every day for the rest of 2008. Today’s update comes via an exclusive set of videos on Wal-Mart.com. The videos were included as part of a special promotion with the special edition Transformers DVDs that were sold, the ones that included Bumblebee and Optimus Prime heads. Those who bought the DVD can head over to Wal-Mart’s website and enter in the code AllSpark62609 and gain access to a new video every single week.

But, as that seems like a lot of trouble, we have received the videos directly in order to share them with all of you. The first video isn’t from the sequel, but a cool little feature put together by the folks over at Industrial Light and Magic, a.k.a the guys who get to have all the real fun creating the actual robots. Have a look for yourself:

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And now, the first official video from the set of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. It features shots from the first day of shooting, as well as Michael Bay explaining his new footware to the crew:

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