Yup, it;s coming one year from now. Here's another clip, supposedly by a firm that proposed to do the CGI for the movie
An official list of Transformers slated to appear in the movie has yet to surface. Director Michael Bay has stated on his personal message boards that with the exception of Optimus Prime, Megatron, Bumblebee, and Starscream, they cannot reveal the names of any other Transformers appearing in the movie until Hasbro has movie merchandise prepared. Indeed, many of the Transformer names found in an early script that was leaked were confirmed by both Bay as being placeholder names. Among the Transformers that have been hinted at by Murphy and found in the leaked script are:
* A beat-up Chevrolet Camaro as Bumblebee (the sighting of both an older-model Camaro and a Saleen-modified concept Camaro suggests that Bumblebee will get an upgrade at some point during the movie). * A military mine-clearing vehicle named Bonecrusher (the sighting of a large military vehicle marked “Bonecrusher” seems to confirm that this will be the final name for this Transformer). * A Decepticon lespu car named Brawl (the sighting of a Saleen-modified Ford Mustang lespu car on the set confirms this). * A large tank named Devastator (an on-set sighting of a modified tank with two different turrets seems to confirm this, though Bay specifically used this one as an example for a script-name that isn't the real one). * A mechanical scorpion appropriately named Scorponok (mentioned in an interview with director Michael Bay on Ain’t It Cool News; a newspaper article in the Northwest Florida Daily News confirms a scene between the military and a large mechanical scorpion). * A Special Ops helicopter that can deploy “minions”. Originally slated to be Soundwave after early CG cinematics were shown at San Diego Comic Con in 2005, fan outcry over his new alt mode may have changed Soundwave’s alt mode and role in the movie. * A fire rescue vehicle (not necessarily a fire engine) named Ratchet (was mentioned during pre-production by Murphy several times; it is unknown if Ratchet survived to the final script). * Fan-favorite Jazz was hinted at as being one of the main Autobot characters early in development by Don Murphy. It’s unknown if Jazz is still in the final script. * Cybertronian forms and alt modes as well as Cybertron itself are hinted at making an appearance in the movie.
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Early group of Autobots! Year 84, if I'm not mistaken though... Used to remind me of Mirage during his glorious young days when he's still in mint condition. Ohhh, not anymore now. Tried to bring him back but in my efforts he can't transform anymore. I have epoxied his waist... And would be a Formula race car forever! Hehehe!
Thanks for sharing! Certainly brought back fond memories during my "wonder years"!
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Transformers is a 2007 live action science fiction film conceptually based on the Transformers franchise and toy line. The film is directed by Michael Bay with Steven Spielberg acting as the executive producer. The film stars Shia LaBeouf as Sam Witwicky who discovers the map to the Allspark, the source of life which the heroic Autobots and evil Decepticons wage a war over. This adaptation is the Transformers' first American feature film since The Transformers: The Movie in 1986, (though unrelated) and also sees the return of Peter Cullen as the voice of Autobot leader Optimus Prime, 20 years since the original cartoon ended. Due to the new complex design aesthetic of the Transformers, the film has had intense Internet speculation, and has a release date of July 4, 2007 in the United States and Canada.
In the Arctic Circle during the 1800s, Captain Archibald Witwicky chips away at a massive sheet of ice, only to break it and fall into an abyss, landing on a robotic hand partially buried in the ice. He finds the eyes of Decepticon leader Megatron staring back at him, who burns a map showing the location of the Allspark into Witwicky's eyeglasses. These are handed down to his descendant, Sam, in the present day. Elsewhere, Decepticon Blackout attacks a United States Air Force base in Qatar in the present day, grabbing and absorbing information from a computer whilst he destroys the base and deploys Scorponok. Scorponok chases Captain Lennox and his Special Ops team in the desert and in a village, when Lennox makes a phone call to The Pentagon, who send a jet to fight off the Decepticon. Sam Witwicky buys his first car, which happens to be the Autobot Bumblebee. Bumblebee helps Sam to gain Mikaela as his girlfriend. The Autobots come looking for Archibald's glasses, whilst hiding in Sam's yard, and the nefarious Sector 7 comes to invade Sam's house. The film eventually concludes with a battle between Autobot leader Optimus Prime and Megatron in Los Angeles.