Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (Teaser Trailer)

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009) Poster With the success of the live-action film TRANSFORMERS, the robots in disguise proved that there was too much action for just one film. This sequel promises more in the epic battle between the Autobots and the Decepticons. (Source)

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13 thoughts on “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (Teaser Trailer)

  1. The trailer is being shown tomorrow 29th at X-Men Origins: Wolverine and all around the US at screenings of Transformers. I would expect it to be released for download on May 1st (Friday), cannot wait, very pumped up especially after watching the Michael Bay footage. If you look at 2:21 into that file you see Megatron for a brief second..

  2. I watched the Transformers cartoon version during my childhood days. It is nice to know that good computer graphics brought the Transformers back again. I wish to see more of the Dinobots in action perhaps on another sequel.

  3. I have been reading about people wanting Dinobots in the 3rd movie over at Michael Bay’s forums. I know nothing about them, but there is just something off putting about seeing mechanical dinosaurs in a movie.

  4. You can understand where I am coming from though, like in revenge of the fallen, people saw mechanical aliens robots, which looked awesome. They represented the top of the range vehicles in one mode, and awesome looking bots in the other. A mechanical Triceratops for example will look just too stupid (imo).

  5. I think it really depends on the design. If you purely took the original transformers design and made it live-action, they’d look horrible. They took the design, added TONS of detail, and made it look cool. I don’t see why you can’t make a mechanical triceratop or t-rex cool.

  6. Another issue with this would be ILM would have extra work to do. The film was finished some days before the world premiere, and having dinobots would mean they would need CGI for both forms.

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