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Transformers 3 Dark of the Moon – Trailer

Transformers: Dark of the Moon is a 2011 American science fiction-action film. It is the third film of the live-action Transformers film series, directed by Michael Bay and produced by Steven Spielberg. It is the sequel to Transformers and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and was released on June 29, 2011.The film was released in both 2D and 3D formats, including IMAX 3D, and featured Dolby Surround 7.1 sound.

Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson and John Turturro reprise their starring roles, also Peter Cullen returned as the voice of Optimus Prime and Hugo Weaving returned as the voice of Megatron. Kevin Dunn, and Julie White have also reprised their roles as Sam Witwicky’s parents. Ehren Kruger, who collaborated in the writing of the second film, was again involved in the writing.

Despite having been initially confirmed for the film, and with the film already into principal photography, it was announced that Megan Fox would not be reprising her role from the previous two films. With Fox’s character (Mikaela Banes) being dropped, Sam was assigned a new love interest, portrayed by English model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Also, Roberto Orci and Alex Kurtzman, having written the last two films, did not return for this installment in the series,which Orci had earlier somewhat anticipated, fearing the duo would “risk getting stale”.

Bay has stated this would be his last installment in the series. In May 2011, it was announced that Paramount Pictures had bumped Transformers: Dark of the Moon’s release date of July 1, 2011, two days earlier, June 29, in order to receive an early response to footage.The film was then released one day earlier, June 28, in select 3D and IMAX theatres, nationwide.The film is currently the 3rd highest grossing film of 2011 (behind Pirates of the Carribean: On Stranger Tides and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2) internationally and is currently the highest grossing film of 2011 in the U.S and Canada. The film is currently the highest grossing Michael Bay film, and the highest grossing Paramount-DreamWorks film of all time. The film also currently stands as the 9th highest-grossing film of all-time and highest-grossing film in the Transformers series and the only film in the series to gross over $1 billion.The film is currently the 10th film in cinematic history to cross the $1 billion mark and the third film in 2011 to cross the billion mark.

Cast

Shia LaBeouf as Sam Witwicky
Josh Duhamel as U.S. Army Lt. Colonel William Lennox
John Turturro as Seymour Simmons
Tyrese Gibson as USAF Chief Robert Epps
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley as Carly Spencer
Patrick Dempsey as Dylan Gould
Kevin Dunn as Ron Witwicky
Julie White as Judy Witwicky
John Malkovich as Bruce Brazos
Frances McDormand as Charlotte Mearing
Lester Speight as Hardcore Eddie
Alan Tudyk as Dutch
Ken Jeong as Jerry Wang
Glenn Morshower as General Morshower
Buzz Aldrin as Himself
Bill O’Reilly as Himself
Elya Baskin as Cosmonaut Dimitri

Box office

Transformers: Dark of the Moon has earned $339,690,805 in North America, as of August 2, 2011, and $664,229,343 in other territories, as of August 2, 2011, for a worldwide total of $1,003,920,148, also out-grossing the box office revenues of both its predecessors: Transformers and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.On its first weekend worldwide it made $382.4 million, marking the third-largest opening of all time behind that of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince ($394.0 million) and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, and the largest for Paramount/Dreamworks.With another breaking record, it made the largest worldwide debut at IMAX venues, with $23.2 million. With $418.0 million by Monday, it crossed the $400-million-mark worldwide in 6 days, matching the previous record holder Spider-Man 3, but then lost to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 which passed it in five days.

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