Posted on 20 May 2011
“Transformers: Dark of the Moon” was already poised to become one of the summer’s biggest releases in a sea filled with blockbusters, and to give it even more of an advantage, Michael Bay is bringing the mayhem your way a little bit early.
Paramount Pictures has confirmed that the third installment of the “Transformers” series will now debut on June 29 instead of its originally targeted July 1 release date. Just a few days early, sure, but we’ll take the robot-smashing action as soon as we can get it!
In addition to the news of the film’s new release date, Paramount has also unleashed a new clip from “Dark of the Moon.” Watch it in the video above and read all about it past the jump.
Josh Duhamel reprises his series-lasting military character Lennox in this scene, which seemingly takes place after the moon-based Decepticons have unleashed their deadly assault on the people of Earth. Lennox stands before a vast gathering of troops, warning them that if they want to claim vengeance against their would-be robot overlords, they’ll need to “wingsuit” into nearby Chicago — it’s the only way to get close enough to the enemy. Anticipating some pushback from the soldiers, Lennox is pleasantly surprised to see that his men are more than willing to get in on a little bit of payback.
Cool clip, but again… no Transformers to be found anywhere! Where’s Optimus? Where’s his big brother, Sentinel Prime? We want those guys! We want Shockwave! Really, any robot action will do!
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Posted on 08 October 2010
Filed under: Reviews, Cinematical
Compromise. That’s what ‘Life As We Know It’ is ostensibly about, but from its far-fetched premise on down, it’s a potentially touching drama compromised by rom-com routine and defined by the type of sparks that rocks give off when clashed together often enough.
Holly (Katherine Heigl) and Messer (Josh Duhamel), respective best friends of Alison (Christina Hendricks) and Peter (Hayes MacArthur) and complete opposites otherwise, find themselves bound together by the burden of caring for that couple’s young daughter, Sophie (the equally adorable Clagett triplets), when they die in a car crash. Forget that Holly owns and runs her own business. Never mind Messer’s perpetual bachelor lifestyle. The couple’s final wishes — in addition to an overwhelming sense of guilt and a conveniently covered mortgage — dictate that these two must live under the same roof and juggle the plans they had with the duties they now face in raising a kid.
Posted on 11 July 2010
The new images of the upcoming movie Transformers 3 captured on its Chicago set surely does not give away all the action and adventure that will be in the store when the movie hits the theatres on 1st of July in 2011 but the fans are definitely being given something to savor upon its release that carries the promise like the previous installments also this episode is going to be a sure hit among science fiction fans.
Transformers 3 will be garnered with acting talents of Shia LaBeouf, John Malkovich and Josh Duhamel and unlike in previous parts this time the leading lady of the movie will be Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. The synopsis promises an insight tour into the planet Cybertron which is hides the secret of the origin of transformers. And the creators have made sure to keep details under wraps and it will be to the curiosity of the movie goers.
However Transformers 3 fans are not going to get disappointed with the director Michael Bay as he had made sure to add plenty of action and adventure to this popular science fiction franchise.