As we anxiously anticipate the online release of the high definition version of the Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen trailer, there is always this YouTube version. It shows a semi-decent bootleg version of the 2 minute and 15 second trailer for Michael Bay’s highly anticipated sequel. And while it’s not easy to see all of the detail, I can say this: there will be robots, there will be explosions and there will be all sorts of “revenge.”
This trailer combined with some news today that the Devastator, one of the main villains in the film, will be 100-120 feet tall. These and other details were revealed in an interview that Toyfair published with producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura, found via /Film. Here are some other highlights:
Revenge of the Fallen takes Place about one year after the events of the first film.
Devastator is almost four times the size of the largest robots from the first film, an estimated 100 – 120 feet tall. Someone on the TWF2005 boards created a size comparison mock up, and if that’s the scale, Devastator is going to be HUGE.
And The Fallen’s origins have been confirmed: He is one of the original 13 Transformers. Lorenzo said to think of the 13 as “apostles”. The Fallen is the one who caused the Transformers to split into two factions, Autobots and Decepticons.
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen hits theaters on June 26, 2009. Check out the trailer below, and be sure to check back throughout the weekend as we will have a higher resolution version published the minute it comes online.
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