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Live(ish) From the Games Shop – Dark Souls II PC, Trials Fusion PC, Tesla Effect A Tex Murphy Adventure, Broforce
By Jared Cornelius I know I’ve said this for the last three weeks, but there’s almost nothing out. The console crowd gets shut out this week, so warm up your PC. I managed to find a few titles, but this was …
Seems like they do have a new origin, as well as their new super-muscular builds. The Shredder variant and April’s dad did something that created the ooze that created the Turtles? That’s modern Hollywood thinking for you.
And oh yes, there is a lot more dinobot action in this trailer.
Compared to a Woody Allen title card it’s positively pornographic. Compared to anything else, it’s… anorexic.
O say can you see by the dawn’s early light, what so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming?
Is this the last of the high profile summer blockbusters we’ve yet to see anything from?
That’s Crosshairs, I understand, and he’s wearing some sort of Transformers version of a flappy coat or similar. In his alt mode he’s a 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray concept.
Just a few days ago I was in a position of extremely trivial power. I had seen the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and most anybody else who might care even a little bit had not.
All this is apparently sourced from both Bay’s interview with journalists and with the footage they were shown during a set visit.
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I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt until I see some of his pages and not just what they’ve ended up looking like on screen.
He’s also not apologizing for his other movies, okay?
To counteract this new darker, bleaker look, Bumblebee better be twice as adorable as he was in the first trilogy.
I had been led to expect no more than ten or fifteen minutes worth of scenes set in Hong Kong in the upcoming Transformers fourquel Age of Extinction, but a new interview with Michael Bay pegs the count at something …
It hasn’t exactly been plain sailing on the Hong Kong set of Transformers 4 but the crew are still soldiering on, getting some of the film’s most important, high-drama scenes in the bag.
Jeffrey Katzenberg Offered $75 Million For Three Episodes Of Breaking Bad, Oliver Stone Thought The Ending Was “Ridiculous”
Stone isn’t a fan of Transformers either. But he did think Iron Man was okay.
That’s Mark Whalberg, Nicola Peltz and Jack Reynor, in case you were interested. No? You’re just here for the robots? Think you’re going to have to wait a little longer…
Michael Bay wielding his camera like a mounted gun as scenery debris flies around him. Just an average Thursday probably.