Transformers 2 was a nonsensical train wreck. Cast and crew promised the next would be better (possibly even scripted!). Well, the NASCAR vehicles in Jalopnik-reader Dylan's Transformers 3 set photos indicate otherwise. Maybe they'll only fight while turning left.
As a kid, the only thing better than a Transformer costume for Halloween would be a Transformers costume that actually transforms from pint-sized "Sideswipe" to a just-as-pint-sized Corvette Stingray concept. Lucky for this tot, his dad's built him the "better."
The only thing that would've made the Bumblebee costume (pictured) from Comic-Con more cool would be if it had transformed into a Camaro. Now we've found another home-made costume that actually transforms. Head below to see the robogasmic video.
There are some very talented costume-makers flexing their creative muscles for Comic-Con, but none so impressive as this intricately-detailed Bumblebee costume we saw Friday. In fact, it's the coolest car-related costume we've ever seen. Full gallery, including "Camaro-girl" below.
Here at the San Diego Comic Con, Chevy's revealed the 2010 Camaro Transformers Special Edition. Yes, for a mere $995, you can have your very own SS or LT robogasm with all sorts of stripes and badges. Gallery below.
A 14-year-old Chinese boy has been admitted to the hospital with "gasoline dependance" after five years of downing the fuel in order to emulate his cartoon heroes and become a "valiant fighter" like "Optimus Prime."
The lack of Volkswagen robot action in Transformers 2 didn't stop a Beijing mall from trying to latch on to the Transformer fever sweeping China, building a home-made VW Passat-a-bot to publicize their recently-opened movie theater. Gallery below.
Unlike the first movie, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen isn't a cargasm, nor has it necessarily become what we were told to expect — a robogasm. Instead, it's an attack on the intelligence of moviegoers under a pretense of fan-boyishness.
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After watching this minute-and-a-half clip from Transformers 2 of Megan Fox being her bad-ass self taking on a little scrap metal droid named "Wheelie," we're beginning to believe "Wheelie" is another name for "Jar-Jar." [via cinematoday]