Monday, 22 June 2009


Transformers Galaxy Force Hybrid Style THS 02 G1 MasterpieceStyle Optimus Prime with Fully Detailed TrailerAn official behind-the-scene video from the set of "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" has come out. Revealed by Walmart, the two-minute and video offers footages from the sequel's day four shooting in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, from the short briefing given by director Michael Bay to the actual filming of several scenes.

A part of Walmart's promo for the "Transformers" DVD, the video posted below confirmed that Josh Duhamel and Tyrese Gibson were indeed involved in the filming in Bethlehem. There were also shots of bikes chase sequence and the extras dressed in military uniforms getting ready for the shooting. Additionally, the video let out the filming when people are jogging away from a smoke-filled factory.

Transformer Generation 1 Original Toy collectable: OPTIMUS PRIME WITH TRAILER Transformer Toy fron G1 Transformers line from the 1980s. (LOOSE FIGURE VERSION)(THIS IS THE ORIGINAL G1 TOY)(THIS IS NOT A REISSUE OR REPRODUCTION)(TRANSFORMER GENERATION 1 TOY)(TRANSFORMER G1 TOY)(AUTOBOT AND DECEPTICON TOYS)To debut in theaters on June 26, 2009, "Revenge of the Fallen" will see a number of its original stars, including Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox and John Turturro, reprising their roles twice again and some newcomers, such as Isabel Lucas, Rainn Wilson and Matthew Marsden.

Aside from that video, Walmart also revealed another footage. This second video highlights on the works done in developing the robots in "Transformers". To watch the video, fans should head to the Walmart Transformers site and then enter the special code AllSpark62609.

Scripted by Ehren Kruger, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, the story will be focused on the battle between Autobots and their new enemy, the Fallen. it's been said that since Fallen is far stronger than them, the Autobots are going to seek help from their defeated foe, Megatron.

"Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" - "On the Set: Day 1":


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Title: Transformers
Date: 2007

Vitals: A boy befriends his alien robot car, and discovers he may be the only person on Earth who can rescue the human race from an evil alien robot named Megatron, from the planet Cybertron, who is trying to do something bad.

Famous names: Michael Bay, Shia LeBouf

Crunchy goodness: 2

Bang for your buck: Bay hosed his special effects team with cash so that they could make the transformers look awesomely cool. Results are debatable: some have hailed the car-to-robot transformation sequences as awesome, others have called them an awful blur of nothing-specialness.

Life lesson: Cars dig hot chicks.

Sight you'll never unsee: Glimpses of the Transformers' genitalia as they transform, and one bizarre moment when one of the Transformers actually "pees" oil on another character