Todays edition of the USA Today featured a new article about Transformers and the Transformers Movie. The article is titled 'Transformers': From toy story to serious art?. The article talks about how the Transformers has returned to the mainstream. You can check the article out online by clicking here.
Sector Seven has been updated. The password is still DECEPTIBOT.
The site has updated with some new material. SETI is now online and when you click on it you hear sounds and see them scanning for NBEs.
There is a new video where a field unit finds the remains of an MH-53, the one Blackout scanned and destroyed. There are some funny viral videos of small household appliance robots auditioning and being shocked when they see clips from the domestic and international trailers for the movie.
Also Levels 6 and 7 are now viewable on the building schematics. Level 6 has nothing of much interest. Cells, interrogation rooms, and an information extraction chamber.
Level 7 however, houses Megatron. You can click on the room and see his legs and a readout through a surveillance array. The level also has something called "The first seven gallery" Unfortunately one of the cameras of that array is offline and all you can see are three hallways. one dirty, and two clean with ornate designs.
To help promote their "Transform Your Ride" sale, GM has released new commercials to promote their vehicles as well as the Transformers Movie.
The new advertisements feature different Transformers giving pedestrians new reasons to buy a car. Check out the adverts featuring Blackout, Optimus Prime and Megatron. More of these may be out, so keep your eyes peeled.
These commercials keep up with the slightly comedic advertisements we've seen produced for Burger King and Mountain Dew.
There is yet another new article about the Transformers Movie. The latest article has been posted at The Hollywood Reporter. The article talks about how the movie is tied to product placements. Read it for yourself by clicking here.
We have know for some time now that there would be a Burger King commercial that would help promote the Transformers Movie. Well, now the commercial is airing of T.V. and has made its way to the net. Here it is:
Australian fans should hit the stores as I hear they’re going like the proverbial hotcakes – we’ve got reorders coming in all the time so a good idea to reserve a copy.
Our major prize promotion is also going up today so Australian G1 fans can start making entries to win an Xbox 360, the Transformers game, and a truckload of other stuff. The whole front end of www.madman.com.au is being taken over by TRANSFORMERS.
Not to forget www.madman.com.au/transformers has quick links to all of our Transformers products and free downloads including (should be up later today) a podcast with a Simon Furman interview.
Today Microspace Communications Corporation announced it will deliver the North American premiere of the Transformers Movie to the L.A. Film Festival on June 27. Here is a copy of the press release that was originally posted at SatNews Daily:
"Microspace Communications Corporation, a distributor of digital cinema via satellite, will deliver the North American premiere of DreamWorks Pictures and Paramount Pictures’ release of “Transformers” to the L.A. Film Festival on June 27.
The exclusive pre-release screening of “Transformers” will represent the first time a motion picture has been delivered via satellite to the L.A. Film Festival. The distribution will be one of the largest film premieres in history and will be screened simultaneously to thousands of viewers.
“Digital delivery is a key element in the change to digital cinema,” said Jim Tharp, president, domestic distribution for Paramount Pictures. “We are so pleased to partner with Microspace for satellite delivery of Transformers at the LA Film Festival.”
“Satellite delivery of motion pictures continues to gain significant traction among studios and exhibitors as return-on-investment is realized,” said Curt Tilly, manager of digital cinema distribution at Microspace. “The quality and reliability that digital delivery yields, enables both studios and exhibitors to feature the highest quality presentation the first time and every time.”
Microspace collaborates with studios, content preparation companies and exhibitors to utilize satellite distribution and its benefits. The proven workflow and electronic delivery of Microspace’s satellite distribution provides the industry with a turn-key solution for content delivery and minimizes the potential issues and costs associated with physical delivery. Through the use of two discrete satellite systems, movies and keys are delivered on-time, every-time at Microspace connected theatres.
The North American premiere will be open to 4,000 people across four theaters in Westwood Village where they will view the Autobots and Decepticons battle it out. The Transformers will open in theaters nationwide on July 3.
Microspace, a subsidiary of Capitol Broadcasting Company, delivers satellite services for digital cinema, business communications and digital signage. The company operates a business satellite broadcasting network with nearly 340,000 remote links worldwide."
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