Need Another TRANSFORMERS: Revenge of the Fallen Fix?

     February 2, 2009



Written by Steve ‘Frosty’ Weintraub



I’ll admit to loving the first “Transformers” movie. So it should come as no surprise that the movie I’m most looking forward to this summer is “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”. And after watching the Superbowl spot about a dozen times, my love of Michael Bay is as strong as ever. Seriously. The “Transformers” franchise is the perfect vehicle for his abilities and I cannot wait to see what he’s done in the sequel.



But while we all watched the Superbowl ad, I’m very sure you may have missed some of the cool little things that you can only see when you watch it frame by frame.



So what I decided to do is grab some of the best single frames from the limited footage and offer a few comments as you see them. If you missed the commercial, click here.




This is Shia looking at the pile of money he’ll be making off the residuals from this franchise. Unfortunately, he does not see the robot about to crush his hand.






From what I’ve been told, the movie opens in China and this is the action sequence. Make sure you notice the giant wheel.
















I don’t know who this character is, but between “Transformers” and “Terminator: Salvation”, no kid is ever going to go into the water again






Notice the robot in the background





Here you can see there are a few of them. I think they’re Decepticons






This image shows that even when Megan Fox has part of her face covered she’s still hot






Is this Starscream?









At some point Optimus Prime is going to get his ass kicked. What I especially like about the 2nd and 3rd images are how well you can see everything










Remember at the beginning of this article when I said notice the wheel. This looks like more of the opening of the movie with Optimus fighting him.












“Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” hits theaters June 26th. Expect lots more coverage as the film gets closer.



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