Explosions, Jumpers and Movie Stars in Downtown Chicago
Transformers 3 Behind-the-scenes Filming
Shooting Transformers 3 in Chicago
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009) - Trailer
Decepticon forces return to Earth on a mission to take Sam Witwicky prisoner, after the young hero learns the truth about the ancient origins of the Transformers. Joining the mission to protect humankind is Optimus Prime, who forms an alliance with international armies for a second epic battle.
Dueling alien races, the Autobots and the Decepticons, bring their battle to Earth, leaving the future of humankind hanging in the balance.
Transformers (2007)-“ When it comes to Transformers, I have no ax to grind, pro or con. For me, it's just another loud, plot-deficient summer motion picture. In this case, nostalgia doesn't grip me - I'm too old to have played with the gadgets or watched the cartoon. I'm sure many fanboys (and girls) will be delighted by what Michael Bay has done to update the Transformers mythos (basically, that means incorporating A-level special effects and blowing lots of things up). On the other hand, those with no particular emotional attachment to the toys and their multimedia offshoots may dislike this movie as much as I did. ”
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009)-“ "He's here -- I smell him." That's a line from "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," but funnily enough, it's also what I think every time I sit down to watch a Michael Bay movie. As you can probably guess from the title, "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" is the sequel to Bay's hugely successful 2007 "Transformers," and it's roughly more of the same -- and yet less. "Revenge of the Fallen" picks up two years after Sam Witwicky (the perpetually clueless-looking Shia LaBeouf) and the Autobots have saved the human race from the Decepticons. Don't clutter your head with worrying about exactly what this means: Bay and his screenwriters, Ehren Kruger and Roberto Orci, sure didn't. All you need to know is that the Autobots are good and the Decepticons are bad; both are humanoid robots that can fold themselves up into various vehicles and other mechanical objects. (This is a movie franchise based on a toy, after all -- a credit line at the beginning tells us it's being presented in association with Hasbro.) ”
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009)-“ Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is a bewildering, noisy, sloppy, cynical piece of work, a movie that sneers at the audience for 147 minutes and expects us to lap it up as entertainment—and be grateful. This is blockbuster porn absent even the suggestion of care or concern for anything that might resemble "a point," save the obvious one to move more Hasbro action figures and animated-series DVD boxed sets. In a word: distasteful. And if the above resonates with anger . . . no, not at all—only the extreme annoyance born of absolute disappointment. ”
A Fresh Batch Of Images From The Transformers 3 Set
While I do consider Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen among some of the worst sequels of all time (you may disagree, but I thought it was dog mess) it’s undeniable that Transformers 3 certainly has fans’ attention, who knows? Maybe for once Michael Bay took notice of the constructive criticism being thrown from every direction and Transformers 3 might be the movie to bring the franchise back on track?
Here’s a brand new behind the scenes clip featuring Rollbar in the upcoming film “Transformers 3? by director Michael Bay (Transformers, Armageddon, The Rock) and starring Shia Labeouf (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Eagle Eye, Disturbia), Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, John Malkovich (Red, Burn After Reading), Patrick Dempsey (Grey’s Anatomy, Valentine’s Day) and Tyrese Gibson (Death Race, 2 Fast 2 Furious). Synopsis: Director Michael Bay returns to wreak more robotic mayhem in this third entry of the Transformers franchise.
Movieweb.com got their hands on three explosive new clips from the set of the upcoming film “Transformers 3? by director Michael Bay and starring Shia Labeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, John Malkovich, Patrick Dempsey and Tyrese Gibson
New Set Pics of 'Transformers 3': Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Filming Among Ruins
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is currently still in production of "Transformers 3" and she was recently photographed shooting her scene in Chicago, Illinois on Tuesday, July 27. Donning a white top macthed with tight jeans, the English model was photographed filming among the ruins. In some pictures, she was seen moving from one ruin to another until reaching the top of what looks like a collapsed vehicle while a camera was following her. Beside Whiteley, there was no other star spotted joining the production that day.
Tyrese Gibson Shares New On-Set Pics of 'Transformers 3'
More looks into behind the scenes of "Transformers 3" production have been provided by Tyrese Gibson who posted pictures from the set. Between the takes of shooting in Chicago, Illinois, the actor took pictures of him and co-star Josh Duhamel who both donned their wardrobe.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s ‘Transformers 3' Role Revealed?
It’s been general knowledge since Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was confirmed as Megan Fox’s replacement in Transformers 3 that the Victoria’s Secret model would be the new object of affection for the franchise’s human protagonist, Sam Witwicky (Shia Labeouf). We now know that her character will be named Carly and – though you should Definitely take this next statement with a healthy grain of salt – that she could possibly become Mrs. Witwicky by the time the end credits for the third Transformers flick begin to roll.
Megan Fox, who made her name as Shia LaBeouf's love interest in the first two Transformers films, will no longer appear in the franchise. "Megan Fox will not be starring in Transformers 3," the publicist said. It was her decision not to return. She wishes the franchise the best." Fox's absence from the franchise follows a public spat between her and Transformers producer Michael Bay last year, in which she reportedly said he was "a nightmare" to work for.