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Friday, June 24, 2011

Wait, wait Transformers 3 is called Dark of the Moon, not Dark Side of the Moon

I just found out today, after seeing a review of the not so stellar game, man that is stupid.

That is such a stupid title, that's as dumb as Captain America not coming out July 4th. I guess I'll e-mail Paramount and ask if it's just because of the Pink Floyd album. While, I can't find there contact info anyone else, please find out.

Whose ready for some rascist overtones and counting wrong, because there were two motorcycle transformers chicks, not triplets, I don't know how they screwed that up. Check the first couple minutes of Transformers 2 and you"ll see what I'm talking about.

Anyway here are the accidents from the movie below, btw a director can never be at fault due to laws making everything the AD's fault, I'm not kidding. A big reason is because of the Twilight Zone movie and a terrible accident where three people died, two being children in a helicopter accident. The director was clearly at fault, but due to legal wrangling over the years in Hollywood it now lies on the AD or studio. Weird, huh?


Filming was temporarily delayed on September 2, 2010 in Hammond, Indiana, when an extra was seriously injured during a stunt. The accident happened when a steel cable snapped from a car being towed, owing to a failed weld, hitting the extra's car and damaging her skull. The extra, identified as Gabriella Cedillo, had to undergo brain surgery.[41] The injury has left her permanently brain-damaged, paralyzed on her left side and her left eye stitched shut.[42][43] Paramount admitted responsibility for the accident, and covered all medical costs incurred by Cedillo.[44] Nevertheless, on October 5, Cedillo's family filed a lawsuit, which cites seven counts of negligence against Paramount, D.W. Studios and several other defendants (not including Bay), with total damages sought in excess of US$350,000.[45]
On October 11, 2010, while filming a chase scene at 3rd Street and Maryland Avenue, SW, a Washington DC Metropolitan Police K9 Unit SUV struck the Camaro that portrays Bumblebee in the film. The area had been closed off by the DC police, and it is not clear why the SUV was there. Both drivers were uninjured,[46][47] but the Camaro was severely damaged.[48]

-from Wikipedia

This bit on Megan Fox is funny too According to representatives for Paramount, Megan Fox's absence from the film was due to Bay ultimately choosing not to renew her role,[65] although representatives for the actress said that it was her decision to leave the film franchise.[66] It was later said that Fox's comments comparing Bay to Hitler particularly angered Steven Spielberg, which would have affected the decision to let Fox go.