Here are nine ultra high resolution (~2,000 x 3,000 res) promotional shots from Revenge of the Fallen — showing the autobots, Megan Fox, Shia and soldiers; clocking in at just shy of 45mb in total.
Ultra High Quality Transformers 2 promo shots June 1st, 2009
Many new Transformers 2 movie stills now online May 28th, 2009
Sets of new movie stills from Transformers Revenge of the Fallen have been popping up all over the shop. I’m including the newest ones below (including an awesome Optimus Prime shot), the others we have seen before in various incarnations:
New official Transformers 2 movie stills May 28th, 2009
Paramount Pictures have released a host of new Transformers 2 movie stills, I’m sure we’ve seen some of these before, possibly as screenshots from HD trailers or TV Spots, so I’m posting some of the newer ones:
Sideways and Bumblebee CG, new TF2 on set shots May 28th, 2009
Michael Bay’s official site has posted some new CG shots, including our first look at Sideways (the Audi R8). The renders are slightly different to the ones seen previously, these are more likely to be from the video game:
Sideways CG Renders
Bumblebee CG Renders
New on set images
Bay’s site have also posted new shots from the set of Transformers 2, showing Shia and Bay working together:
More official Transformers 2 images; Isabel Lucas, Megan Fox May 18th, 2009
Another batch of six official Revenge of the Fallen snaps have been released, this time showing us Megan Fox hiding behind a wall, Isabel Lucas looking scary with an astronomy book (kind of like that girl in Men in Black), Shia running from tanks and smoke, Ramon Rodriguez sitting in Bumblebee and Shia and Agent Simmons in the Smithsonian — presumably with Wheelie in the bag.
This shot of Isabel Lucas is at a whopping 3888 x 2592 pixels, at 8mb.
Sam Witwicky and Agent Simmons
Five new Official Photos; Megan Fox, Optimus Prime May 18th, 2009
Five new Official Transformers 2 photos show Megan Fox in a leather jacket, Sam Witwicky in front of Bumblebee, Optimus Prime driving off an aircraft, the Autobots and Tyrese Gibson.
Optimus Prime driving off a large aircraft is particularly interesting — notably the plane could be the as of yet unnamed (but similar to ‘Silverbot’) aircraft autobot that we have seen in toy form.
Thanks for the heads up Jason!
9 New Transformers 2 Wallpapers May 11th, 2009
Hasbro have updated their site with nine new Revenge of the Fallen wallpapers at 1280x1024, 1024x768 and 800x600 resolutions.
New Official Megan Fox Image from ROTF April 30th, 2009
Yahoo have posted a new official image of Mikaela (Megan Fox) from Transformers Revenge of the Fallen:
Megan Fox has also been speaking to USA Weekend:
Before landing high-profile movies and magazine covers, you were [a] TV sitcom sidekick. Did you ever doubt you’d wind up where you are now?
Megan: …I started acting as a way to make money and avoid college. I sort of fell into it having no idea what I was doing … in “Transformers” as well.
Is it true that you didn’t know you were the female lead in “Transformers” until the end of filming?
Megan: Yes. Everything was on lockdown. The script wasn’t released to anyone. The director, Michael Bay, was the only one who’d seen it.
Megan, you and “Transformers” co-star Shia LaBeouf are good friends. Were your make-out scenes uncomfortable?
Megan: It’s always weird. That’s not something that’s ever romantic or sexy. Doing an on-set kiss is just strange, and knowing Shia so well makes it even more strange.
OK, but the ladies want to know: How is he?
Megan: [Laughs.] Very good.
In “Revenge,” you flee evil Decepticons for just about the entire movie. At least your male co-stars hauled butt in comfy sneakers — you were in heels!
Megan: Stilettos — and for the last part of the film, motorcycle boots. I had major shinsplints and threw out my back a couple times. Beyond that, Michael likes everyone freakishly tan, so we were painted maroon, like in the old Westerns when they hired Caucasians to play Native Americans. I had on fake eyelashes, running through the desert with sand stuck in them, and I’m sweating off all the makeup. It looked like we were making a tragedy.
For many young actors, Megan, being in “Revenge” would be like the pinnacle of their career. But you’ve hinted that, in the end, movies about shape-shifting robots are nothing to write home about. How do you define success?
Megan: I’d like to develop my skills to where I can be recognized as a good actress. That’s my end goal. It has nothing to do with the box office. It’s about peer recognition and critical acclaim, even on a small level. I mean, I’m not trying to take Cate Blanchett down. I just want to improve.