Mayhem Of metal as Transformers return
LOVE them or hate them, the Transformers have taken over the big screen and the box office.
prolonging the suspense as he flew to Russia for the world premiere. “I have seen the film. And it’s the best movie we’ve made so
ACTION: A scene from the new Dark of the Moon movie. The first film, released in 2007, was the world’s highest grossing non-sequel movie of the year and a resounding hit with critics. The sequel, Revenge Of The Fallen, was shown two years later and, despite massively negative reviews, became the second most successful film of the year, beaten only by Avatar. Hopes are clearly riding high for the third instalment, Dark
Of The Moon, with Michael Bay again at the helm and Steven Spielberg as co-producer. Teaser trailers, which boasted of record downloads within 24 hours, show footage of robots causing chaos on earth but reveal little more. Along with action-packed adventures featuring those gigantic creatures, with a few newcomers – and this time in glorious 3D – there’s sure to be plenty of thrills, spills and explosions thrown in for good measure. And the film’s star Shia LaBeouf, reprising his role as Sam Witwicky, was far out of the three,” he said. “The third one is darker and it has the action you have in the first two films but this time it’s even better. I can’t tell you more because that would spoil it for the audience, but believe me it’s incredible.” What we do know is that the Decepticons and the Autobots battle each other, with humans caught in the middle, as both try to discover secrets from a Cybertronian spacecraft that had been found on the moon in the 1960s. Joining LaBeouf on the adrenalin-fuelled journey is Devon-born model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, who steps into the sexy shoes previously filled by Megan Fox as Sam’s girlfriend, Carly.