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Fox Talks Weight for Transformers Sequel

Transformers News: Fox Talks Weight for Transformers Sequel
Date: Tuesday, July 15th 2008 4:22pm CDT
Categories: Interviews, Movie News, People News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Fox News

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Recently in an interview with Fox News Megan Fox reveals that she had to put on 10 pounds in three weeks for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. This following her dramatic weight loss for the film, Jennifer's Body. Here is what she said:
"I should have toned up for 'Transformers' but I'm really lazy. I had to put on weight," she told Pop Tarts. "I'd lost a lot of weight and got really scrawny, but I was told I had to put on size for 'Transformers' because Michael [Bay, the director] doesn't like skinny girls."


Fox also talked a little about Sam and Mikaela's relationship in Revenge of the Fallen. She said:
"There are no big love scenes," Fox said. "At this point Shia and I have been dating for two years so we're at the bickering stage, like an old married couple."

Read the entire interview at Fox News.

Entertainment Weekly interviews Michael Bay

Transformers News: Entertainment Weekly interviews Michael Bay
Date: Tuesday, July 15th 2008 2:38pm CDT
Categories: Interviews, Media, Movie News, People News
Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): Entertainment Weekly

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Hi there,

We just posted a quick Q&A with Michael Bay about Transformers 2 ("You're just not going to believe the first 12 minutes! It's a twist in itself," says Bay) & his re-make of Friday the 13th (He's including plots from the first two Friday the 13ths in his remake). He also briefly mentions the possibility of a Ouija movie and whether or not that rejected Dark Knight script floating around the web is actually his.

Thought it might be of interest to your readers -- check it out when you have a sec: http://hollywoodinsider.ew.com/2008/07/ ... ers-2.html.

Best,
Esther Chen
Publicist
Entertainment Weekly



Roberto Orci Talks Transformers 2

Transformers News: Roberto Orci Talks Transformers 2
Date: Tuesday, July 15th 2008 8:02am CDT
Categories: Interviews, Movie News, People News
Posted by: Skowl | Credit(s): Johndoe4880, sci-fi.com

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Roberto Orci, one of the writers for the Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, recently spoke with Sci-fi.com about the Transformers movie sequel, scheduled for release on June 26th 2009. He speaks briefly about the Transformers presence in the film, including Arcee and Soundwave (who have both been confirmed via both official sources and leaks).

Read the interview by clicking here.

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Roberto Orci said in an interview at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour in Beverly Hills, Calif., on July 14. " that the movie will feature more of the giant robots and more of a science fiction storyline.

The sequel will also offer a better balance between humans and robots,

Maybe there's less humans," he said. "The first movie was predicated on the structure of a mystery, at which point, at the midpoint, the Transformers are revealed. This movie is structured differently in that you now know there are Transformers in the world, and therefore you can get right to them. As a result, there's kind of more Transformers throughout the movie."


what new Transformers audiences will see. Arcee, the female Autobot who transforms into a motorcycle, "was in an early draft of the first movie, and she may make an appearance," he said. "We'll see."

But expect to see Soundwave, the Decepticon who was cut out of the first film. "Yes," Orci said. "Soundwave's in it." It's unclear whether he will transform into a tape deck, as in previous incarnations, or into something else.

Orci also declined to comment on rumors that the film will spend a bit more time on the Transformer homeworld of Cybertron.

But Orci promised that fans won't be disappointed. "If you liked the first one, you'll like this one," he said. "But if you were a genuine fan of what Transformers was and felt a little bit left behind by the first one, I think this one's going to be more for you." Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is in production now with an eye to a June 26, 2009, release.

Shane McCarthy's SDCC Schedule

Transformers News: Shane McCarthy's SDCC Schedule
Date: Monday, July 14th 2008 5:06pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Shane McCarthy

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Writer of the recently released "All Hail Megatron" series from IDW Publishing; Shane McCarthy has updated his blog smactalk with his signing schedule while he is at the San Diego Comic Con, running from the 24th to 27th July 2008.

His schedule is as below:
Thursday July 24th

10.00AM - 11.00AM - IDW Booth

1.00PM - 2.00PM - IDW Booth

Friday July 25th


4.00PM - 5.00PM - “All Hail Transformers” Panel

Saturday July 26th

11.00AM - 12.00PM - IDW Booth

Sunday July 27th

2.00PM - 3.00PM - IDW Booth


So if you want to get your copy of All Hail signed by it's writer, make sure to hunt him down!

MTV Video Interview with Matthew Marsden

Transformers News: MTV Video Interview with Matthew Marsden
Date: Monday, July 14th 2008 2:32pm CDT
Categories: Interviews, Movie News, People News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): www.mtv.com, SDL

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MTV.com recently got a chance to sit down with, actor Matthew Marsden who plays a major role in Michael Bay's Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and got the bead on what he's up to in the film and maybe a few spoilers.

According to the interview, Mr. Marsden will be playing a military role opposite Tyrese Gibson (Sgt. Epps) and Josh Duhamel (Cpt. Lennox) as part of a joint multi-national force in the upcoming sequel. He described one scene which entails the trio with a group of "ill fated soldiers and one ticked off Decepticon".

The interview goes on to describe the many scenes entailing Mr. Marsden's character and how he's involved with 'Cpt. Lennox' and his crew.

To view the complete interview, click here.

The Next IDW Spotlight is?

Transformers News: The Next IDW Spotlight is?
Date: Friday, July 11th 2008 10:02pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): Chris Ryall

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IDW's Editor-in-Chief, Chris Ryall, has updated his blog with news about an upcoming Transformers Spotlight issue. Ryall says that IDW enjoyed Casey Coller's "The Killing Joke" inspired All Hail Megatron cover that the artist has been hired for yet another project. He will be working on a future Spotlight issue written by Shane McCarthy, author of All Hail Megatron. However Ryall has not revealed who the Spotlight will focus on. He does say that Coller will attend the London Film and Comic Con where he will reveal the book. Click hereto view Ryall's latest blog.

New Concept for REAL LIFE Triple Changing Bicycle

Transformers News: New Concept for REAL LIFE Triple Changing Bicycle
Date: Friday, July 11th 2008 2:13pm CDT
Category: People News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): First Gen

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Seibertron.com takes great pleasure in bringing you the latest news on everything in the Transformers Universe and alot of other new and exciting things. Take this for example: A triple changing bike! Yeah, you read that right.

Coolest-Gadgets.com reports that Bicycle Designer Chang Ting Jen had congested streets and public transportation in mind when he initially designed the three mode bike. The design is still in the concept stage but is said to go from a one person bicycle, to a hand cart and finally a backpack for easy handling when riding public transit. The bike is said to be designed completely of plastic, instead of the normal aluminum metal frames, that allows it to weigh in at about 5.5 kg. or 12.13 lbs.

No mention on whether this bike will get a prototype, but this is sure to peak the interest of avid bicyclers everywhere. To view the complete article on this, click here.

Where in the world is Starscream???

Transformers News: Where in the world is Starscream???
Date: Thursday, July 10th 2008 1:05pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, People News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Energon

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Writer Chris Mowry has done an update to his personal blog recently announcing a contest that he's now holding.

Here's the scoop: Where would Starscream be now if he never made it into space at the end of the first Transformers movie?

Here's what Chris had to say about the contest: Send me your photos of Starscream (in Movie toy form... any version) visiting somewhere on our planet. Would he go back to Ohio to seek out the fembots of Botcon? Would he be hiding at a local coffee shop? Finally learning about human physiology at the beach with Barricade? Of course, he wouldn't travel far without a copy of his comic book, now would he? IT'S UP TO YOU!!!

Up for grabs is a first place prize of the original proofs and editing materials for REIGN OF STARSCREAM #1.

Contest deadline is July 31st.

For complete details, click here.

IDW Transformers panel to be held at SDCC

Transformers News: IDW Transformers panel to be held at SDCC
Date: Thursday, July 10th 2008 11:17am CDT
Categories: Event News, People News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Blog.Newsarama.com

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Newsarama.com has posted information regarding the schedule of events to take place at this years San Diego Comic Convention. Listed among the events will be an IDW Publishing hosted Transformers panel.


Taken from the article:

All Hail the Transformers (Friday, July 25 4:00–5:00 PM)

TF Editor Denton J. Tipton hosts a panel of Transformers creators including writers Shane McCarthy (All Hail Megatron), Chris Mowry (The Reign of Starscream), Marty Isenberg (TF Animated), artists Alex Milne (The Reign of Starscream), Marcelo Matere (TF Animated), Klaus Scherwinski (TF Spotlight: Wheelie) and more. Advance art, surprise announcements, pints of Energon all around! As if that wasn’t enough, all this will be topped off with a sneak peek of the new G.I. Joe comic! Room 2



Also slated to host a panel is IDW Publishings Editor in Chief Chris Ryall, who will preside over "Ideas and Dreams 2008" on Saturday, July 26, from 11:00–12:00. This panel will include SDCC Guest of Honor Joe Hill and will have "some special announcements of all new projects".

To view the complete article with all the happenings at the Comic-Con, click here.

Auto Assembly's Simon Plumbe Interview

Transformers News: Auto Assembly's Simon Plumbe Interview
Date: Wednesday, July 9th 2008 1:40pm CDT
Categories: Event News, Interviews, People News
Posted by: Hotrod | Credit(s): First Gen and BigPete of the Nordic Transfans Association

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BigPete of the Nordic Transfans Association got a chance to chat with Auto Assembly co-creator Simon Plumbe, via email, recently and spoke with him about the conception of Auto Assembly and all the work that he and his partner, Sven Harvey, have put into creating one of the UK's biggest Transformers conventions.

An excerpt from the interview:

Is there a lot of money involved in a convention of this size, and did any of it come out of your own pockets?

We've been pretty lucky with Auto Assembly and every year - with the exception of Auto Assembly 2004 - has broken even and left us with some money left over which has either been reinvested back into future years or gone to our nominated charities.
In terms of home much they have cost, earlier conventions were on a fairly small budget, but this year at a rough guess it is going to cost us around £7,500 which has to come from attendees, fanzine sales, and dealer table bookings which is why we we're asking for as many people to pre-register as possible!


In the interview, Mr. Plumbe went on to speak about attendance and other issues regarding AA that has happened over the years along with one thing that was very suprising: HASBRO UK doesn't seem to want any affiliation with the convention despite numerous attempts by Sven and Simon to get them to Auto Assembly.

To view the complete article, click here.

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