As a side note, this trailer will get replayed during the 2nd quarter of the Super Bowl with added footage.
At this point in the Transformers franchise do we even need humans? They are as about as useful as a screen door on a submarine (Not my joke, but i’ll use it as such). The only reason Spike was of use to the Autobots in the 1986 movie was because he had a damn exoskeleton. And don’t get me started on that pussy Daniel. Get rid of the humans and give me more Transformers, please and thank you.
What does this trailer say about the movie? It means one thing, Optimus is going down and it’s Hot Rod’s time to shine. I couldn’t be happier. Optimus dies, passes on the Matrix of Leadership straight to Hot Rod (FUCK Ultra Magnus) and he takes this franchise in a new direction.
ONE SMALL REQUEST. More 80s music in the movies to come…
“Seven-time World Champion CM Punk returned home to Chicago to sing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” during the seventh inning stretch at Wrigley Field on Tuesday night. The sixth-longest reigning WWE Champion of all-time put an Anaconda Vice-grip on the microphone and belted out a performance Cubs fans seemed to enjoy during a game against the Milwaukee Brewers, that eventually ended in a 3-2 loss to the Central Division rival. Punk made sure no fans in attendance would Go to Sleep during his rendition of the time-honored tradition at the Friendly Confines by proclaiming to the citizens of Chicago that he came to the game to “chew bubble gum and sing,” and that he was “all out of bubble gum,” prior to providing vocal delights to the 31,638 in attendance.” – CSNChicago
Chicago native and the self proclaimed “Best In The World” CM Punk sang “Take Me Out To The Ballgame” last night at the Chicago Cubs game. Channeling his inner Roddy Piper, Punk yelled out to the crowd that he was here to “chew bubblegum and sing”, and that he was all out of bubblegum. Sporting his Wolverine-esque beard, this was Punk’s third ballgame performance at Wrigley in as many years. Punk is no stranger to entertaining an audience, as the world will be watching on August 18th when he takes on Brock Lesnar at WWE Summerslam.
P.S. I think Hot Rod’s all out of gum..