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    Cool On a lighter note: Remember the Transformers?

    Independence Day for Transformers

    By Joal Ryan Wed Jul 13, 8:35 PM ET

    Optimus Prime has a prime release date: The Fourth of July.

    Transformers, the long-planned, live-action movie based on the robot-morphing cartoon, comic and toy franchise, will roll into theaters July 4, 2007, DreamWorks and Paramount Pictures announced Wednesday.
    Michael Bay (The Island, The Rock) will direct;
    Steven Spielberg will executive produce.

    Children of the 1980s likely will be champing at the tie-in lunchbox.

    "The diehard fans will like it as long as it stays true to Transformers roots and doesn't stray too far from the ideals that we grew up with," Brendan Reilly, co-Webmaster of The Transformers Archive (www.tfarchive.com), said in an email interview about the movie announcement. "The casual or un-familar fan will need to see something awesome to win them over, although a 40-foot robot is usually pretty cool."

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    I'm looking forward to it. I want an exosuit.
    ...it's worse than we thought. it turns out the people at the white house are not secret muslims, they're nerds.

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    I knew someonehere besides me would appreciate this - glad to see it was you Steven.

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    I had optimus prime and a few others when i was a kiddie - no barbies for this chick.... Mom finally realized I was not a doll-type when the babies were constantly beheaded.

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    I liked Rodimus Prime, better. The movie soundtrack's not that bad, either.

    Yeah Stephanie, I have outed myself as a geek.

    Jadis, did you like the Garbage Pail Kids?
    ...it's worse than we thought. it turns out the people at the white house are not secret muslims, they're nerds.

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    Oh hell yeah. I personally was a fan of the Decepticons. I liked Starscream because he had the worst temper ever. Anyway, does anyone remember the Gobots? or Thundercats? or Galaxy Rangers? or Heman? When are they gonna make movies about that.


    THUNDERCATS HOOOOOOO!!!!


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    Nothing to lose, everything to gain.

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    Senior Member Jadis's Avatar
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    Yessir....collected all i could get my slimy fingers on.

    kinda OT but He-Man and the masters of the universe is coming out on DVD.

    w00w00...Look out Castle Greyskull, here I come.

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    I was all about She-ra, "Princess of Power"

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    Senior Member Jadis's Avatar
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    yeah mee too.... buff girls that kicked ass yee-haw!! LOL


    I'm such a geek.

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    Cheetara would've kicked She-Ra's royal bum any day!

    I'm just hoping they don't bring Arcee back how she was in the movie. Way too much pink for me.
    ...it's worse than we thought. it turns out the people at the white house are not secret muslims, they're nerds.

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