Optimus Prime

Michael Bay seems to be trading one type of bloat for another.

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What does that mean? I explore a few possible ways it could be different and invite you to do the same.

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With Transformers 2, Michael Bay doesn’t pretend he’s making anything but a silly blow’em-up kids movie overflowing with eye candy, and we’re all better off for it.

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That’s right haters! Watch yourself! Michael Bay is going to deliver not one, not two, but 42 giant robots. Plus, if you see it in IMAX, you’ll get to see Optimus Prime at his natural size.

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Officially Cool

You wake up and begin your morning ritual of going to the bathroom, brushing your teeth, pouring some coffee and then checking your email. Before you can check your email though, you must approach the six foot ten Optimus Prime in your living room and transform him into your computer. I will give you a second to think about that.

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Michael Bay said that everything we know about Transformers 2 is false. Thanks Mr. Bay, this will make our job so much easier — now we can just make stuff up and not look as stupid.

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Optimus Prime on the 405

Earlier this week, we scored a look at Barricade on the move in Culver City. Today, our friends over at Superhero Hype got a tip that Optimus Prime himself was rolling down the 405 on a flatbead truck. This further supports our suspicion that Michael Bay is mobilizing the production of the big, badass (and dare we say, Awesome!) Transformers sequel.

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Nothing says cool like the moment when all of your childhood fantasies come true and you make a bid on eBay for a real life Peterbilt untransformed Optimus Prime replica.

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