The superbowl ad for revenge of the fallen, was mostly action, revealed no plot, and seemed to work. More than meets the eye? Probably not, since the first preview for this sequel skimps on story, and pretty much everything else, especially shots of Megan Fox, in favor of action shots between tangling Transformers
But an informal MovieTickets.com poll showed that more people remembered ads for “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” than any other commercial shown during the superbowl. Besides working on the commercial, work has begun on the transformers video game. Activision announced on Friday that Luxoflux will be doing all of the work on developing the Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony PS3 versions of the movie licensed game for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. The first Transformers movie game was created by Travellers’ Tales who have since been bought out by Warner Brothers. I just hope that the game’s Megan Fox looks more like the real actress than in the first game
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Director Michael Bay has discounted the plot information that was supposedly revealed during a recent phone survey. He also continues to downplay that the script has been widely distributed:
Three people on the entire lot of Paramount read the script – and I can tell you they don’t cold call people and ask them about the want to see of this movie. I love how you guys try to figure it out but it’s not happening yet — you have so much of it wrong.
So what does this all mean? Mr. Bay totally denying it? Partially?
As always, we’ve known Mr. Bay’s continuing “misinformation” campaign, so we really won’t know until the very last minute