Thanks to Twitter user "Staci424," we have some photographic information pointing that the Hummer H2 alternate mode for Ratchet in Transformers 3
might be getting a makeover. The image shows the vehicle being hauled somewhere and show a lighter green Hummer H2 with white stripes. It doesn't seem like the Peterbilt, the alternate mode for Optimus Prime, behind the Hummer has not changed at all.
A report by "Keroshino" from the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo 2010 claims that Tony Todd hinted that he may play the role of a human in the upcoming Transformers 3
, which would give the actor another role beyond The Fallen in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
. Mr. Todd revealed in an interview back in February that he would return
to the third installment of the robot franchise. Read more.
Update: An Andersen AFB spokesman has dismissed these rumors.
There have been reports that next month, May 17, 2010
, Transformers 3
will begin shooting, and if a recent report turns out to be true, one of the stops on the principal photography tour will be Andersen Air Force Base in the island of Guam. An airman has tipped Comic Book Movie that he has "received an email stating that Dreamworks is looking for 20 airmen from Andersen to be extras." The airman, who goes by "supershaggy" does not specify a timeframe for the shooting of the film, but given the location of the island, it will most likely take place when the crew heads overseas to film in Africa, Moscow, and China
Production Weekly is reporting via a Tweet
that Tranformers 3
is said to be revving up and headed for the Majestic Star Casino in Gary, Indiana on April 12th for a "pre-vis scene." I assume that means, pre-visual? There's also some very bogus looking images posted by The Realm Toys
of a late model Dodge Charger with a Decepticon emblem on an unidentified back-lot. The reports by way of Slashfilm and TFLAMB with news about the
When it rains it pours. We've seen this enough now to know there is a pattern. We get a whole bunch of news and all of a sudden a fake script gets leaked that has nothing to do with the actual movie. Then it turns out the be a lot like the final product. Coincidence? Well, here it is like clockwork. A third leaked script for the third Transformers movie. With nearly 2 years to go, read it and prepare for the whine festival that's gong to ensue. Just how you like it.
Last week, rumblings began passing through the Hollywood grapevines that Megan Fox would be killed off in Transformers 3
. This week, we get a denial, according to Gossip Cop
. The website reached Ms Fox's representative who said that the rumor is "not true." Now, if somebody else denied this rumor, we'd believe it a bit more. But the last person we'd take a denial from is the representative of the person who is reportedly going to be offed. She obviously has to protect the interests of her client, so continue putting salt on top of this rumor, as only more denials and details will continue to surface.
According to Hollywood insider site, Popcrunch, word around town is Sam's sultry sidekick, Mikaela Banes, played by Megan Fox, may not be seeing much action in the third edition of Michael Bay's Transformers
film trilogy. Apparently Fox ruffled some feathers recently and is being cited as the reason for the character's demise. Fact or more insanity from this year's critically panned yet highest grossing film? Read on for the juicy bits.
Here's something new besides Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
beating away dinosaurs that may be the most interesting one as of late. It seems that when Megan Fox auditioned for Michael Bay for the first film, he had her wash his Ferrari. According to The Trailer Trash, an online tabloid for The Observer and The Guardian, not only did Mr. Bay watch her wash his Ferrari, he filmed it.
Our friends over at the Transformers Live Action Movie Blog is reporting that Susan Blu was tapped to voice Arcee for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
. The website also reports that Chris Griffith has lent his voice to Sideswipe (Chevrolet Stingray Corvette Concept).
"Yizhi521" of TF08.net reports that the Starscream character will be given the Leader class treatment. This news comes on top of the massive Voyager
and Robot Replica
versions of the character. He doesn't provide any solid proof to back this information up, but if "yizhi" has posted this information, we're sure to see some images of this guy some time soon.
Well, that's awkward. Despite Megan Fox saying that if Hasbro, Inc. made her into an action figure that she will kill herself
, it seems they may have done just that. According to a product listing on Amazon.com, Skids (Chevrolet Beat Concept) will be given the Human Alliance treatment for the Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
toy subline with Mikaela Banes accompanying the character. There aren't any images of a shipping date for now, but we'll keep monitoring this situation and let you know when something surfaces.
And we thought it was too late for this. On the heels of the official release of the full Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen trailer
, some new information has surfaced that may provide us some new spoilers for the film. Three separate anonymous postings found over at the Transformers Live Action Movie Blog deny some bits and clarify some others. If you're interested in reading further, click in. If not, um, don't?
According to Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Director Michael Bay, some type of information related to a new trailer will be announced soon. Posting on his Twitter page, Mr. Bay wrote, "[m]ore Big (trailer) news coming down the pipeline, be extra excited."
In another stunning fanboy victory, The Fallen will be voiced by none other than Orson Welles... from Beyond the Grave. Using audio from the '86 Transformers movie as well as from several other unnamed Welles films, the not so jolly screen giant will return to for one last performance. "It wasn't a limitation on the dialog." said
Director Michael Bay, "The editing technology is such that we could make Orson sing Linkin Park." Let's hope it doesn't come to that.
According to a post on Don Murphy's message boards, Transformers 1 and 2 writers Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman have indicated they may not be working on the the third and last installment of the Transformers movie franchise flying under the Dreamworks banner?
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