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Friday, 9 January 2009

Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen - Teaser poster - No Megatron

So whose glowing eyes are these? Megatron's, The Fallen? Well looks like it won't be the former.

According to Digital Spy Michael Bay has revealed that villain Megatron will not be a part of Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen.

The director denied that the character makes an appearance in the movie sequel, due out this summer, insisting that a recent toy of the Decepticon is not related to the film.

"He's not in this movie. That's not misinformation. The tank design you may have seen is just Hasbro coming up with a new toy," he told Empire.

Instead, new villain The Fallen will oppose the Autobots in the summer blockbuster, while new Decepticon Devastator will appear in the Pyramid sequence.

"Imagine six or seven or eight massive earth-moving vehicles, with tires as big as [a] tree. It's going to be gigantic," Bay said of the latter.

Could Bay be sowing some misinformation on the appearance of Megatron? Seems sad that the arch villain of the Autobots gets one measly showing and then he's gone. Mind you he'll probably turn up at the end of the sequel in a cackling laugh bad guy stylee. There was also this image of Megatron and Ravage that is supposedly from the film.