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Sunday, 12 April 2009

Megatron's plans in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen


Michael Bay originally stated that Megatron would only be making a cameo appearance in his highly anticipated summer sequel Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. Now, Hasbro's action figure packaging for the film has revealed a different destiny for everyone's favorite bad guy robot. TF08.net has revealed new photos of the upcoming Megatron action figure, which comes with the following plot description:
Trapped in the black, crushing depths of the sea, his mind inert in the grip of stasis lock, Megatron knew nothing of the desperate search mounted for his remains by the other Decepticons. When he was finally brought back online, their effort and sacrifice meant little to him. The only thing that had any meaning was revenge. He would have his vengeance against the human boy who cheated him of his prize, and he swore to celebrate over the smoking wreck of Optimus Prime.


Looks as if there will be revenge of the fallen Megatron and also with the Fallen robot dude.

Source: Movieweb


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