Discuss anything and everything related to the Transformers Live Action Films franchise, which are directed by Michael Bay. Transformers 3 is scheduled to be released on July 1st, 2011. Check out our Live Action Film section here.
Motto:"With a blade, one gets close, personal and feels the kill."
Weapon: Diffraction Sword
Verathrax wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bp7WCItR6i0 Someone uploaded it to youtube here, not the best quality. But the official premiere will be on LPs youtube page sometime later today. Hope it helps!
Thanks! Been looking for a hint of it on YouTube! Can't wait for the actual official upload!
I've been compiling a scale list (largest to smallest) of the Film Transformers based on; vehicle/alternate modes (with the best dimension data possible), as many official charts I could find & most crucially, the figures I actually own & desire! If anyone would like a bit of assistance in scale or would simply like a peek at the list, do say so! ^^
(Also been working on something big; I'm a writer, so that's a clue... )
TheDownshift wrote:I personally think Waiting For The End or the The Requiem/The Radiance/Burning In The Skies trifecta would be better, but whatever.
I LOVE Megatron's cape.
If 'Waiting' had lyrics that were more relevant to the general tone of the movie, I would LOVE to have had a song of that tempo in place of 'Iridescent'. Waiting for the End is probably my favorite track off their new album. Your idea for 'Requiem/Radiance/Burning', that would make for some Kick-A** background music in some of the scenes if the movie follows anywhere close to the novel, especially in the latter part of the Chicago battle. I don't know why I didn't think of that before. Now I'm going to have to re-read the novel with LP playing in the background.
"That which does not kill me...had better run pretty damn fast!"
Noisecreep has posted an exclusive behind the scenes look at the making of Linkin Park's new video for "Iridescent" on the Transformers: Dark Of The Moon soundtrack. Take a look at the thought and energy that went into the making of this artfully constructed video. You can see the video on the Noisecreep website here.
Noisecreep wrote:"The video explores how human existence might be affected by the elements of Transformers robots and the threat of the Decepticons," Linkin Park turntablist Joe Hahn, who directed the video, told Noisecreep. "What would it be like to be citizens in a decaying universe? I tried a lot of new things here, and we had a lot of fun shooting it."
People need to quit being butt hurt that the Bay movies are not G1. That's like saying you hate Transformers Prime because it's nothing like Armada.