Turkish company Letvision have a created a real Transformer.
For all the talk of heavyweight star power, in all but the most extreme cases, it is directors that have the most power on the set, not the celebrities. That's apparently how it happens that Michael Bay has removed Megan Fox from Transformers 3, who is said to have insulted Bay at almost every chance she got, calling him Hitler, Napoleon, a "nightmare to work for," and "hopelessly awkward." Actually, that last comment she meant to be a compliment.
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The Hyundai Sonata has proven itself to be a pretty good vehicle over the past couple years, but tame styling and cheap interior materials have kept the Korean midsize sedan a rental favorite. The Sonata has received a much-needed face lift, with a heavily updated front facia and a much richer-looking interior.
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To say we've been looking forward to the Transformers movie would be a bit of an understatement. Of course, nobody knows that better than you, our fair readers, as you've seen over two dozen Transformer posts over the past year. Why not, we all used to wage Autobot vs. Decepticon battles in our back yards, and the cartoon was a Saturday morning staple for years. When we got a call from General Motors that they would be holding t
It's one thing to design a Transformer in CGI and have it magically transform from a car to a 40-foot-tall robot in 24 frames of animation. It's entirely different to produce a toy that actually does transform with moving parts that have to work together in total harmony. HASBRO is in charge of producing the full gamet of Transformers toys this time around and has a website up that shows us exactly how Optimus Prime will go from big rig to big robot. Click John Neff
We've had a lot of posts about the upcoming Transformers movie and some may be getting sick of it, so feel free to skip this one if that describes you. Good, now that we got rid of the lightweights, here are a few more clips from the movie via Jalopnik, YouTube, and Japan-only media outlets. Apparently the Japanese got a longer trailer with some additional scenes we haven't seen before, all introduced by Steven Spielberg and Michael B
Our own sister-site Cinematical picked up on this a few days ago, as it seems Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, screenwriters on Transformers, have released a webcast full of new details and also reassurances that the writing team won't ruin many a geek's and auto enthusiast's favorite tale of transforming mechanized sentient robots.