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In Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Michael Bay brought in a brand new kind of Transformers — a humanoid hottie played by Isabel Lucas. She proceeded to seduce Sam (Shia LaBeouf), piss of Mikaela (Megan Fox) and tear up an entire college campus. She was a dangerous beauty, one that didn’t exactly fit with the gargantuan robots of the Transformers universe.

But what if for his “smaller, more compact” third Transformers film, Michael Bay got rid of the lumbering Decepticons (for the most part) and replaced them with scantily-clad, robotic assassins that looked like Miranda Kerr, Heidi Klum and other Victoria’s Secret models? Well, it would go something like this…

Above, the new Victoria’s Secret commercial directed by the King of Ka-Boom himself, complete with awesome military-esque set pieces, awesome babes wearing very little and at least one awesome Bay-splosion! The misogynist in me thinks that there’s nothing better in this world than the combination of Bay-splosions and Victoria’s Secret. The non-misogynist in me agrees.


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