I was down at the Calitrava again today, but they were doing mainly inside shots. I think I saw Shia changing his shirt, but got no video of that. There was a helicopter that landed on the grass by the museum after I left yesterday so I didn't get it. Today, however, I did. When I got there they were keeping everyone off the bridge that crosses to the war memorial museum, where I got the car shots from. Then someone got a call that said they were cancelling the helicopter. I again went down to the lakefront and saw the chopper take off from the marina. What I saw is posted below. Sorry for the shakey cam, but it IS a Michael Bay movie, it fits right in.
Oh, and yesterday, while I was carrying my son on my shoulders and walking back to out car from the lake, Michael Bay rode by in a golf cart. I said, "Hi Michael!" and waved. He waved back. Just something fun for my son.
Stan Bush will be at SD ComicCon July 23-25 (Friday - Sunday) at Booth #5624 (Twin Suns Productions).
“Til All Are One (Transformers Theme)” from Stan's album “In This Life” is featured in the new Activision game “Transformers: War For Cybertron” released in June, 2010.
Stan Bush is best known for his song “The Touch” featured in “Transformers: The Movie.” An anthem for Transformers fans around the world, "The Touch" was released on Guitar Hero in 2009, and is on Stan’s latest album “In This Life” (‘Album of the Year’ for 2007). “The Touch” was also featured in the movie “Boogie Nights,” on Chuck (NBC), American Dad (Fox), in two Hasbro Transformers toys, and was voted the #1 Geek Anthem of All Time! “Til All Are One (Transformers Theme)” and “The Touch” are both available on the “In This Life” album at stanbush.com.
Seibertron.com member Methusalen has just let us know that DairyCon 2011 has been officially announced.
Welcome Moo Believers!
We know you've been wondering, and we've got your answers! After 'The Big One' held earlier this year, Dairycon was done! There really wasn't going to be another show! So you can well imagine our surprise when we were given this breaking news!
APPARENTLY, after much discussion, and an infusion of new blood (and due in no small part to how wonderfully the show went this year) the Dairycon convention has returned ! In addition to securing a renewed commitment from your original Dairycon Staff (and tricking Fred into footing the bill again), these dedicated new individuals have some fresh new ideas to improve Dairycon as they bravely step forward to take over the reins; offering up their time, skills, & expertises. With the infusion of this new blood, we're happy to announce that there will indeed be a Dairycon in 2011! It's OFFICIAL folks.... Dairycon Lives!
[Pause for thunderous applause to die down...]
We'd like to introduce the saviors of the show, the workers of wonderment...Meet your Moo, er, NEW Dairycon Team!
Matt: Already the howlin' mad moderator of the Dairyland Group, Matt has moved into the position of chief cook and bottle-washer for the show. He'll be processing any and all information on the site as it comes in, as well as answer all your questions. Go, Matt!
Kath and Bob: Organizers of a popular gaming convention in their own home state, they will lend their skills to the Dairycon Main floor thru events and announcements. I pity the fool who does not enjoy their work. Go, KathBob!
Jeremy: 'The Face' of Dairycon! Original portrayer of Heffer in all his voice-actor glory, coiner of our catchphrase, 'Moo Believers', Jeremy (aka, 'Meth') will be the staffer telling the world at large about all the fun things that are coming out in the Dairycon Universe.
Let's give a round of applause to your new Dairycon Team! With their assistance, may we usher in the Second Generation of Dairycon!
[Pause for more thunderous applause]
Now, onto business!
The show must go on, and while the date for Dairycon 2011 has yet to be finalized, it's planned to fall around it's 'usual' dates. Dairycon will still be held at the historic Ramada Plaza in beautiful Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin!
There will be new storylines, new Dairycon characters revealed, and Dairycon tidbits will be available at the 2011 show! We're even bringing back the "Negators of ConScent", the fabulous Dairycon Air Fresheners! (What scent you ask? We're not telling!) Are you wondering about the events and activities that will be available next year? Well, things have changed up a little; so pay attention!
Proposed Events for 2011:
-Assemble Your Own Transformer Contest: You get a bag of mystery parts, first to assemble their figure wins!
-Dairycon Art Contest: Fan voting will determine their favorite artwork amongst 2D and 3D projects! Bring your kitbashes, drawings, sculptures, whatever!
-Dairycon Costume Contest: Added to the lineup last year, we're hoping to get even *MORE* entries into the Costume Contests! Dress up like your favorite Transformer character, obvious or obscure, and the fans will vote for their favorite! Bonus points if it's a Dairycon!
-Dairycon Raffle: Every Pre-Reg packet has a raffle ticket, and events during the day can win you more tickets, so everyone has a chance to win!
-Name That Transformer Contest: The perennial favorite at Dairycon. It starts with a simple thought, "I'm thinking of a Transformer..." and everyone has 20 questions to guess the name of the Transformer. The first to guess correctly wins the round!
-Special Guest Presentation: It's a secret folks! Past presentations have included presentations on prototypes, a "DisOrganizer's Panel", and last year everyone got some cake celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Dairycon! What will it be this year? What are you asking me for? I SAID IT WAS SECRET!!!!
-Dairycon Gaming Session: Held on Friday night, you'll have the chance to participate in various TF-themed games (officially licensed and fan-created). (Meth here, interrupting the big announcement to tell you folks, the TF-themed Heroscape game is a *BLAST*!)
-The All-New BRING YOUR OWN Jumpstarter Races: One of the TRUE classic events of Dairycon, we're updating it for the new year! While it is believed that 'stock' Jumpstarter figures will be made available to those without, this is the first year that we're opening this race up to CUSTOMIZED Jumpstarters! Want to paint it, shave it, weigh it down, add a stronger spring?! NOW YOU WILL HAVE YOUR OPPORTUNITY!!!!
Stay tuned for more information, we'll bring it to you as soon as it's made available to us!
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We'd like to thank Simon Plumbe, organizer of Auto Assembly 2010, for sending us the following update.
Auto Assembly 2010 Saturday Tickets Sold Out!
Tickets for Auto Assembly 2010 selling at an incredible rate. We have just entered our "rush" period for the convention and while we are still five weeks away from the event, it is clear that we are well on target to shatter the European attendance record for a Transformers convention...
In fact, tickets have been selling so well that we have now SOLD OUT of our allocation of one day passes for the Saturday!! What this means is that for any of you who wish to attend Auto Assembly 2010 and have not yet purchased your tickets, you can now only buy FULL WEEKEND or SUNDAY ONLY tickets. Because of space limitations in the hotel, we will not be releasing a further allocation of passes for the Saturday so unless you have already registered, the only way you can now attend Auto Assembly 2010 on the Saturday is to buy a weekend pass. If you can't make the convention at all, we still have our Non-Attendee Packs and there will be no restrictions on the availability of these.
We have frozen the ticket prices for the convention from Auto Assembly 2009 and the one day tickets for Sunday cost Â£25 for adults, Â£18 for children, students or senior citizens and under 5's as always are free. However as they are limited, if you want to come along for just the day then you need to book NOW! Full weekend tickets are Â£45 for adults and Â£35 for children, students and senior citizens, with under 5s admitted free. Family tickets (2 adults and 2 children) are available for Â£145.
Because of the rate that bookings are coming in, and the popularity of the one-day passes last year, we cannot guarantee that single day tickets will be available to purchase on the door and it is looking likely that we may not have ANY on-the-door places available so pre-registration this year is a must!
Spanning the weekend of Friday 13th - Sunday 15th August 2010 at the The Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre, Birmingham, England, the convention is playing host to a staggering 11 guests including three guests of honour (Garry Chalk, Scott McNeil and Derrick J Wyatt), and will feature toy and art displays, dealers, comic guests, free autograph sessions, a video games area, free workshops run by many of our guests, dedicated childrens programming, video screenings and more! There will also be Friday and Saturday evening programmes, exclusive for weekend attendees and the Saturday evening will play host to a massive musical party, costume competition, our voice actors will take to the stage to perform a BRAND NEW script written by Simon Furman and we still have LOADS more to announce...!
For more details on the convention, to see a full list of all the guests and activities taking place over the weekend, or to book your tickets, visit the website at http://www.autoassembly.org.uk
The Comic-con 2010 website has been updated with a description the Transformers Designer's panel:
Comic-con Website wrote:
2:00-3:00 Hasbro Transformers— Aaron Archer (Hasbro Brand IP Development), Matt Proulx (Hasbro Marketing), and Hasbro Design's Michelino Paolino, Brian Wilk, Eric Siebenaler, Alan Roach, and Miyaki Tomoya are joined by Activision's Matt Tieger to talk about what's new with Transformers. The design and marketing teams will present all the latest toys from the new line as well as details about the Transformers: War for Cybertron video game from Activision. Also includes Q&A time. Room 25ABC
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