Infographic: Transformers Decepticons

Check out this pretty extensive break down of the original Transformers: Decepticons sent in by my new buddy Ivan who thought this would be a great follow up to the Transformers trailer which debuted during the Super Bowl

Original Transformers Decepticons
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via Slash Film

As a follow up to the Transformers: Autobots Infographic posted last week, we have a new infographic detailing the Decepticons (cars and other land vehicles) from the original American Transformers Generation 1 cartoon, which aired from 1984 to 1987. I’ve been told that, as the series is from 1980s, not all of the art was readily available — thus, some artistic liberties were taken in order to represent as many Decepticons as possible while keeping as true to the spirit of the Generation 1 series as possible.

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Micheal Bay says studio has done awful job promoting Transformers 2

A little controversy a few days before the movie opens can’t hurt at all, matter of fact he should of probably said this a few weeks ago.Can’t wait till Wednesday. This movie will open big, but still probably won’t do Dark Knight numbers.

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via TMZ

Picture 34Michael Bay sent a scathing email to Paramount Studios before the release of “Transformers 2,” complaining in effect that his famous director friends would be shocked at the way Paramount was promoting the flick.

We’ve obtained an email dated May 4, 2009 — from Bay to Paramount head Brad Grey, along with a bunch of other Paramount honchos. Bay complains bitterly that Paramount’s ad campaign

for “Transformers 2” was tepid and ineffective.

“… I have been waiting, and waiting for the anticipation of an ‘event movie’ to make it into the ‘public zeitgeist,'” Bay writes.

Bay calls the print campaign an “abject failure,” with a “pathetic presence” in the L.A. Times. He’s especially pissed about the profile of the movie on the MTV Video Awards, calling it “so lame.”

But here’s the best part. Bay name-drops Jerry Bruckheimer, saying Jerry always told him “a studio that does not make [the opening of a movie] an event … will get bitten in the ass.” He then adds, “Besides my good friend Steven [Spielberg], Jerry has made a lot more successful movies then (sic) all of us.”

Bay then asks, sarcastically, “Is this is a cash issue with your company?”

In fairness, on June 6, Bay clearly had a change of heart, sending an email to Grey and others at Paramount, praising them for treating him well, adding …”Paramount is like family. Thank you all for busting your butts and bringing your ‘A game’ for the release of Transformers.”

Bet Steven and Jerry haven’t sent such a nice email to their studios!

[pics]Exclusive Transformers 2 Images

Between Transformers 2, The Watchmen, Wolverine and a bunch of other movies slated for release it looks like is shaping up to be another record-breakin year at the movies. The question is do any of these have the appeal to challenge The Dark Knight’s ’08 numbers.
It will be fun seeing all of these though and let’s just hope they don’t raise the prices again. $12.50 to see the mediocre ‘The Spirit’ hurt.
via Latino Review, Empire Magazine, & USA Today

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Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Teaser HD

Source : Viral Video Chart 

One of the most cherished movie franchises is back 20 years after its last installment. Indiana Jones is the pinacle of action-drama movies that have appealed to all audiences across the world. Harris Ford,Steven Spielberg, and George Lucas have come back to give you another dose of their movie magic and to possibly pass off the franchise to hotter than ever Shia Lebouf who is coming off tremendous success with the Transformers this past summer. Below is teaser one for this guranteed blockbuster.