First Teaser Trailer for Micheal Bay's TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON

After several days full of information regarding the third installment of the Transformers movie franchise, the film's first trailer reveals what really happened with Apollo 11 landed on the Moon.

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Transformers 3 (also known as Transformers: Dark of the Moon) is the next installment of director Micheal Bay's toy-based movie franchise. The film, set for theatrical release on July 1st, 2011, stars Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

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claybo4131

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Interesting take on the Apollo 11 moon landing, tying it in with Transformers, which Decepticon is that suppose to be?

casinoskunk

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I am disappointed with the lack of robot testicles in this trailer!

claybo4131

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I wish they would show Cybertron in the film, not that 3 second abbreviated version in the first film, but a good while in the film at least.

greenlanternfury

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Looks damn good! I think that was the Ark the astronauts were checking.

Phinehas

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(sighs)
Doing my best not to get overly excited. Must remember:
Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this... Michael Bay is directing this...

Boy October

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I don't care what anyone says, I enjoyed the first two and am really looking forward to this one. This is a TRUE teaser trailer because it gives us a SMALL tease of the film. I like this trailer a lot.

ckal

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I think this one might surprise people after T2 and be a good fun film. It seems Bay and everyone are taking things more seriously this time around, and that could be good.

I liked the first one, it was good, enjoyed the second to a degree (bad film, but enjoyed the robot destruction), and hopefully T3 will be the best yet.

ckal

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Wonder who that Decepticon (I assume) is in the trailer.

greenlanternfury

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ckal wrote:

I think this one might surprise people after T2 and be a good fun film. It seems Bay and everyone are taking things more seriously this time around, and that could be good.

I liked the first one, it was good, enjoyed the second to a degree (bad film, but enjoyed the robot destruction), and hopefully T3 will be the best yet.

See I enjoy Revenge of the Fallen, despite its flaws and stupidness (Male dog humping each other, mom high on brownies, Devestator balls) but still have the best action sequences I saw in the movie in the longest time! I'm say (and hoping) Transformers 3 will be more excited and more kick-ass than the first two and hey! Look at the brighter side; Bay is leaving after this and a new director might take the helm in the 4. (Oh yeah, there will be a fourth Transformers!!!!) I might be Joseph Kosinski, director of Trons: Legacy.

Phinehas

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Decepticon eyes are red. His were blue. Some surmise that its Alpha Trion. A predecessor of the Primes. Seems like a good guess to me.

fanboiii

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It's not the crude humor that ruined RotF for me. It was the bad storytelling that was inconsistent with the first movie. It was almost like watching Spidey 3. Yeah, there are cool moments but rewatching only brings out the bad. I don't trust whatever Bay says, but I did like the first and I wouldn't mind seeing another good one.

theguilty1

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Transformers 2 failed for the same reasons Avatar failed miserably (obviously not financially, but I think you know what I mean)...when the story failed, the effects weren't enough to save the movie. The writing on TF2 was horrendous and completely dragged the entire movie down and some of those effects were wasted on the ridiculous robot twins and putting balls on Devastator, which as much as Bay blames the writers strike, the balls can't be blamed on writing. That's a Bay thing through and through. Some of the humor in TF2 was definitely part of the problem, but John Turturro's character single handedly kept me watching that movie. His character was well written and funny. The mom eating pot brownies? Not so much.

The TF3 trailer was well done. Hopefully it's a good sign of what's to come.

wheels1.5

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I think he knows he %$$#$# up the last one. The writers strike didn't help him much, either.

Keven  |  Senior Editor

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dude looks like Unicron.....and Bay wouldn't hesitate to make him small. So.....yeah..there

DeMoNaSsDiZ

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It does look like a tiny Unicron. Watch it be a Dinobot. Ha! I'm not sure who it would be. Seems to be more autobotty then deceptcrone. Lol.