Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

Megatron as a Tank

Will Michael Bay transform Megatron into the world’s coolest beer keg? Probably not, but he is bringing him back in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen as a tank, proving alcohol even makes Decepticons look better.

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The Fallen

The folks at MTV have confirmed what many Transformers geeks have been hoping for a long time — that the character of The Fallen will appear in Michael Bay’s upcoming sequel, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

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Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

t took me coming home from Comic-Con and finding a package containing a “More Giant F**king Robots are Coming” T-shirt to remind me that I hadn’t once mentioned the production of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen while I was in San Diego. Shame on me, I suppose.

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Megan Fox in a Star Wars T-Shirt

It was brought to my attention this evening that thanks to our excessive coverage of The Dark Knight, we have not made a post mentioning Michael Bay in over a week. And as any faithful FSR reader or well-bruised staffer will tell you — this is not acceptable.

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Megan Fox

Following on the heels of Michael Bay’s misogynistic comments about how Transformers babe Megan Fox need not do more than “look hot” in his next film, the lady Fox admits that her dream is to shoot an entire movie… in the nude!

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Tim Flattery Transformers Concept Art

It is quite possible that you have already seen the image above, which was released by conceptual artist Tim Flattery on his personal website last week, but it is worth us mentioning anyway.

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Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

We got a note from FSR faithful super-ninja Tom K. late this evening of a possible picture of a possible Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen poster that has possibly begun circulating around the web. It looks like it could be pretty cool, if it were (a) real and (b) in focus.

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Sienna Miller

Actress Sienna Miller had to wear fake breasts for her role in writer-director Stephen Sommers’ upcoming action flick G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra.

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The Bobs

If you missed our conversation from yesterday, that trailer description went over your head. But what we’re talking about is corporations making movies. Not just being sponsors, no, we’re talking about big wigs writing, directing, and producing movies.

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Product Placement in Movies

While we’re waiting for our two-hour Chevy commercial that is Transformers 2, let’s play our favorite Hollywood game—the “What if” game! Let’s ask ourselves “If corporations could make movies, what would be their plots?”

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Jetfire Transformer

The art is a rendering of Jetfire, rumored to be the SR-71 Blackbird spy jet in the film. We can only hope that he will look this cool when the final product arrives in theaters on June 26, 2009.

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New Camaro for Transformers 2

Readers have already been hitting us with complaints about the commercialized nature of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. We explain why they should all just calm down.

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Megan Fox told to look hot

Megan Fox owes much of her current fame to Michael Bay’s simple, somewhat chauvinistic theory that the ladies in his film are there just to look hot — similar to the way that the special effects are all there to make it look “awesome”.

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Jonah Hill

Rumors are starting to emerge that Superbad star Jonah Hill turned down a role in Transformers 2 in order to avoid being typecast. This is only interesting when we consider that he is signed on for another Apatow film.

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Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen Logo

Michael Bay demands things to be “awesome”, and in return, we demand his movies (Pearl Harbor excluded) to be awesome as well. Therefore, we have listed our eight demands, as fans, for Transformers 2.

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Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen

Michael Bay and his team of those who demand things to be awesome have not only begun production on the Transformers sequel, they have also given it a shiny new name.

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