The "Transformers" Bring Home a Hero
DVDs were released yesterday with some special bonus features on the Wal-Mart website.
The code is available inside the Bumblebee and Optimus Prime mask packaging and the transforming Megatron package
Entering the code "AllSpark62609" at instoresnow.walmart.com
will currently net you two exclusive videos presented by the big-box retailer.
The first video is a behind-the-scenes look at the first day of filming of "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," which took place at Bethlehem, PA. The video contains quick cuts of various happenings during the first day, along with a funny intro by Director Michael Bay.
The second video is titled "Creating Transformers."
The most interesting part of the first video is that we get a first glimpse of what may be the three custom "hero bikes," built by RetroSBK
These three bikes looked identical in design except for the colors. One was blue, one purple, and another pink. The motorcycles were ridden by three identically-dressed women.
The bikes in the video differ from the motorcycle that was spotted
during the Princeton, NJ shoot.
The motorcycles were rolling head-on to an idle Audi R8, which finally confirms that the R8 was reported
on set during the Bethlehem shoot. The supercar does an almost 180-degree spin as the three bikes pass by.
Could these three bikes somehow form to become what many have speculated as Arcee? That is unknown; however, the hue of the purple-colored version looks similar to the concept art that was floating around for Arcee during the production of the original.
What do you think? Is Arcee a possibility?
^^Wow, you bumped a thread that hasn't had a reply since last September just to tell Duck Tales of you working with Megan Fox? And its your first post. GTFOH. Oh yeah, welcome to the board. :tflaugh
Trust me these aren't he bikes! ....You'll have to see next week. I painted the bike for the movie. I also worked with Megan fox on set to teach here how to mimck airbrushing a gas tank that is showing in a trailer. Bent over the bike with Daisey dukes shorts!
no seekers but we get cycles? Arcee, Moonracer and Elita?
Beat me to it.
I hope It's not Arcee, that might just ruin the movie.
- 2008-09-04 @ 2:54 pm
Well, behind the "read more" link, the article posted describes the Audi R8 as well.
This video is the same video the article references to. I have edited the topic title to provide a bit more insight into the topic, okay?
- 2008-09-04 @ 2:35 pm
the f**k it got merged in like 2 seconds? my topic was about more then just these bikes
- 2008-09-04 @ 2:29 pm
So here is the R8 in action along side those bikes seen the other day.
Transformers 2: Day 1 on Set
Decepticon Audi R8 yes plz
DEFINITLY, she was suppost to be in the first movie but they couldn't fit her story line in the movie!
I think that all three are separate TFs and they are using hologram riders for disguise much like Blackout and Barricade did in the first movie and Prowl in Animated. That would explain why all the women riders look identical. Could be that all three cycle TFs are actually sisters :P. I dont think theyll combine to form Arcee, though that could be a possibility, i think the seperate colors distinguish separate robots (milk them toys!)
My money's on Arcee. :tflaugh
Well there was 3 so OBVIOUSLY one of them is Arcee.
they make more then one of every car/vehicle for your average Hollywood film. an example is in the 2nd TF&TF movie (I still cant watch it all in one sitting) but my point is they made 6 honda S2000 all looking the same to play 1 car
True, but the fact that they filmed all three driving at the same time (and they are different colors) seems to indicated that there at least three motorcycles in the movie. Its possible only one of them is a Transformer though.