Transformers: Dark of the Moon News

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Transformers-Gate: Michael Bay Shoots Back At Hugo Weaving's Disses On The Film

fb.indiewire.com – Bitching about the vapidity of tentpoles it the new black. "The Dark Knight Rises" cinematographer Wally Pfister recently disparaged the shooting clumsiness of "The Avengers," in a new interview, Paul Bettany admitted that he's never bothered to watch any of the "Iron Man" movies he's in (he plays the robot voice of Tony Stark's digital butler Jarvis) and finally, Australian actor Hugo Weaving recently said he's not very keen on returning to the Marvel's "Captain America" franchise (he plays the Red Skull villain). 7 years 4 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Michael Bay's Name Pushed Paramount To Settle Injured Extra's 'Transformers 3' Lawsuit

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deadline.com – It was announced today that Paramount has reached an $18.5 million settlement with Gabriella Cedillo, the extra who suffered a severe head trauma on the set of the Transformers 3 film on September 1, 2010. The victim’s attorney accused Paramount of doing “everything they could to avoid payment”. A source tells Deadline that the lawsuit filed in October 2010 would have gone on longer if Michael Bay’s name hadn’t been thrown into the legal mix. 7 years 25 weeks ago via jackiechan
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Terry Gilliam on 'Dark Knight', 'Tintin' and 'Transformers'

herocomplex.latimes.com – We’re still hearing a lot of response to our biggest article this week, “Terry Gilliam: The heir of Fellini and the enemy of God?,” but the story isn’t quite done yet. 7 years 49 weeks ago via Binh Ngo
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Latest 'Transformers' Passes Last 'Lord Of The Rings' As #4 Box Office Film of All Time

deadline.com – So the Top 5 order now for all time box office worldwide grosses (but not adjusted for inflation or higher ticket prices or 3D premium) is: 1. Avatar 2D (Fox – 2009) $2.7B 2. Titanic 2D (Fox/Paramount – 1997) $1.8B 3. Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2 3D (Warner Bros – 2011) $1.3B 4. 8 years 6 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' Hitting Blu-ray and DVD on Sept. 30

comingsoon.net – Paramount Home Entertainment has announced that Michael Bay's Transformers: Dark of the Moon will hit Blu-ray and DVD on September 30, followd by a deluxe Blu-ray and DVD release in the coming months. 8 years 10 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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Incredible Behind the Scenes Photos from 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon'

feedproxy.google.com – Love it or hate it, Transformers: Dark of the Moon was a colossal hit. Michael Bay‘s third film featuring the Hasbro toys has grossed about $350 million in America and $750 million internationally for a gross of well over one billion dollars. That number will only continue to grow as the film is now back on IMAX screens. 8 years 11 weeks ago via jetli
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'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' to Be Re-Released in IMAX Theaters

feedproxy.google.com – Michael Bay's threequel will return to IMAX locations for a two-week run, from Aug. 26 through Sept. 8. 8 years 12 weeks ago via jetli
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'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' Crosses $1 Billion Mark

feedproxy.google.com – Michael Bay's threequel is the highest grossing Paramount pic of all time, and the third 2011 summer tentpole to hit the worldwide sales milestone. 8 years 15 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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'Potter' Beats 'Transformers' to $1 Billion

boxofficemojo.com – Transformers: Dark of the Moon's two-week head start couldn't hold off Harry Potter's record-breaking pace: Deathly Hallows Part 2 passed $1 billion worldwide (domestic plus foreign) on Sunday, while Transformers still has a few days left before it arrives at that coveted milestone. Deathly Hallows Part 2 hit $1 billion on its 19th day in theaters, which tied Avatar's record for fastest to reach that level. 8 years 15 weeks ago via jetli
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Transformers 3 Still Atop US Box Office

rss.feedsportal.com – The battle between the Autobots and the Decepticons continued to dominate the box office across the pond this weekend as Transformers: Dark of the Moon easily held on to the top spot, adding $47 million to a current US total of $261 million. But the new laugh-fest Horrible Bosses enjoyed a solid, strong opening, arriving with $28 million, a figure enough to beat out Kevin James' latest family comedy Zookeeper, which launched in third with $21 million. 8 years 18 weeks ago via brucelee
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