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There is a new TV spot airing celebrating the three Academy Awards nominations for Transformers: Dark of the Moon. The film is nominated for Best Sound Mixing, Best Sound Editing and Best Visual Effects. Check out the spot embedded below from Seibertron.com's YouTube Channel.
Ironhidensh wrote:Yeah, I'm going Takara as well. For the painted rims if nothing else.
Unpainted rims are on of my biggest pet peeves.
YEah, too many Transformers are in a serious need of a good rim job.
Blast Cannon wrote:This thread is brilliant. Duragrip you are a gloriously weird sexual deviant and I love it.
BATTOUSAI XD wrote:This movie and the people involved definitely deserve these awards; I'll be glad to see more in future movies.
Ditto, and also love to see a prequel on Cybertron to see them use their CGI to the full extent like the IDW Comics.
A prequel would be great but the cost of a pure CGI movie at the level these are at seems like it would cost too much and the average movie-goer might not like a movie without humans... Unfortunately. I'd be fine with a cartoon of it. Hint hint hasbro.
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Love them or not, the Michael Bay Transformers trilogy has been a stunning achievement in visual effects. Creating the most complicated CG models ever made, each movie has continually stepped up the scale of its visual and audio effects. Even forcing ILM to upgrade their render farms just to handle the massive Driller scene! Well this visually driven powerhouse has been nominated for three awards in the 2012 Oscars. As is protocol; a 10 minute reel is submitted to the panel of judges for review, and today, we bring you that exact reel! Straight from Vimeo.com or just check out the hand embed below!