Going by the number of you who looked (and looked and looked) at our photo gallery of Victoria's Secret model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, a heck of a lot of you are interested in how Megan Fox's replacement is doing in Transformers 3.
Are you going to see Transformers 3? Of course you are! If all you care about is watching Michael Bay blow stuff up real good and getting a glimpse of the new Megan Fox (you know, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley), read on. But if you want every moment to come as a complete surprise, think twice before continuing on to find what we found out about the movie's opening scene.
Last week we told you about the sci-fi flicks that were among 2011's biggest flops, but in spite of those failures, it was a good year for genre lovers. For proof, just take a look at the sci-fi heavy list of the 20 top-grossing films of the year.
In a blinding stampede of wizards, robot boxers, mutants and magical automatons, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released its list of 10 films still alive for nominations in the Best Visual Effects category at next month's 84th Academy Awards.
End-of-the-year compilations are part of our communal pop-cultural experience: top 10 this, most noteworthy that, the Year In Whatever it is You Care About. Luckily, one enterprising editor cut together all of 2011's theatrical releases into one chunk of awesome and seeing them all together, genre definitely shifts into the foreground.
Director Michael Bay is adamant that that the hated Skids and Mudflap, two Autobots criticized for playing on racist stereotypes, are nowhere to be found in Transformers: Dark of the Moon. And he's willing to put his money where his mouth is.