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More Possible Spoilers for 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen'

October 23, 2008 03:59:51 GMT

Words are, the sequel of 'Transformers' will see Arcee often as robot, and Contructicons are actually consisted of 9 vehicles.


More Possible Spoilers for 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen'
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More potential spoilers of "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen" are being uncovered. In their latest report, Seibertron has come out with few bits of information about the much awaited sequel of "Transformers" from their movie insider, revealing details of Arcee, Constructicons and Scorponok.

In an e-mail, the insider claimed that Arcee will not die in the film and this Autobot member, said to be formed by three motorcycles featured in the "On the Set: Day 1" video, will be seen mostly in the movie in its robot form instead of its alternate modes. The source also noticed that the Constructicons will be formed by 9 vehicles, rather than the seven reported earlier.

Furthermore, the e-mail also gave out that "Scorponok is back in force, and he swims down and uses his interal 'spark' to refire ONE of the Decepticons" and that "the movie was not shot in sequence, everyone seems to think that the stuff being shot now is the end of the movie". The full message about the spoilers can be read at Seibertron.

On other "Revenge of the Fallen" news, WaxWorld has reported that this Michael Bay-directed sequel has recently been shot on location in Egypt, taking place at the Pyramids in Egypt and in the upper Egyptian town of Luxor, near the famed Valley of the Kings. It also mentioned that leading man Shia LaBeouf was spotted during the filming.

From the team of screenwriters, Ehren Kruger, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, this "Transformers" sequel centers its story on the battle between Autobots and their new strong enemy, the Fallen. It stars also Megan Fox, John Turturro, Isabel Lucas, Matthew Marsden and Rainn Wilson.

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