Our relatively brief national nightmare of the new Transformers movie being three hours long is over. It’s a small but curious story, yielding little more than a detail in terms of intel on Michael Bay’s latest film, but more telling with regards to how information is generated and spread online today.
Seeing an international trailer for a Hollywood-made blockbuster can be an unexpectedly illuminating experience. Taking note of what elements get subtracted or added when appealing to a global audience speaks volumes about what studios and ad executives think will play across the Atlantic and Pacific. For instance, when advertising a mega-budgeted action assault, it’s best to frontload the universal: and in the instance of Transformers: The Last Knight, the cultural-divide spanning material happens to be the “comedy” of an alien robot dinosaur spitting out a chewed-up car covered in viscous green slime.
Despite regular photo updates from Michael Bay, we still don’t know much about the plot for Transformers: The Last Knight. We do know that the next installment in the franchise features some new and returning faces — both human and bot — and…that’s about it. But the first official poster for the upcoming sequel may offer a clue — kind of. Sort of. Well, it involves dragons, apparently.
We've seen a lot of images that were reported to be the "first look" at the 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' movie (including some Halloween costumes that were completely off), but last night the real deal appeared online. A few spy shots leaked to Reddit including your first look at Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael, Michelangelo and Shredder. And, you know what? They don't look horrible!
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Michael Bay will be producing the next venture into the live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles before moving on to direct the next Transformers movie. And he announced that they'll be aliens. So doesn't that kinda go against the whole "mutant" thing? Teenage Alien Ninja Turtles? See what ole Michael Bay has to say about it after the jump!
They are more than meets the eye. They are robots in disguise. "Transformers: Dark Of The Moon" is the 3rd and supposed "final" installment in Michael Bay's Transformers franchise.
The film starts off in the 1960's during the space race between the United States and the Soviet Union. It shows actual footage from the Apollo 11 mission and a fictional representation of what happe