Transformers Trailer 3 leaks online

Quality's not great, but there's a big rumour cleared up...

Inevitably, the third trailer for Michael Bay's Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen has leaked onto YouTube.

We'll have a full breakdown of the official trailer online when it officially hits. On Official Friday.

For now, though... squint, watch, gape...

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    • gavoconnor

      Apr 29th 2009, 9:43

      so whats your offical stance on movie piracy then? Bit riduclious that a movie magazine which makes its money from the film industry is showing pirated trailers. if its out on friday,just f****n wait two days.

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    • irishbrian

      Apr 29th 2009, 9:51

      WOW !!!!

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    • irishbrian

      Apr 29th 2009, 9:52

      WOW !!!

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    • irishbrian

      Apr 29th 2009, 9:53

      WOW.

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    • Chufferstud

      Apr 29th 2009, 12:32

      Get a grip gavoconnor! If we didn't watch it on totalfilm.com we could watch it on youtube, so what's the difference, they haven't exactly put the whole movie online!

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    • RaveyDaveyGravy

      Apr 29th 2009, 12:42

      I thought the same as gavoconnor, mixed messages about piracy

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    • daveyc

      Apr 29th 2009, 12:45

      Kinda hard to make out, but is that Megatron in a non flashback scene? Suprised at how much devastator they are showing.

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    • alowe

      Apr 29th 2009, 14:28

      Well, it's up on YouTube, watching it on YouTube isn't a crime, therefore neither is linking through to it. Yes?

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    • ryan06

      Apr 29th 2009, 17:47

      I can't stand movie piracy, personally. When I make my films and videos, I want people to pay for them - which is my reward for the work put into making them.

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    • pendoggy

      Apr 29th 2009, 20:22

      Jesus, it's a trailer. Since when do you pay for them. If anything its more publicity for the film.

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    • a5hyd

      Apr 29th 2009, 20:27

      in response to Ryan06, yes i agree with you that they should get paid for the work they do, and if im not mistaken they do, very hansomely might i add. The first film cost $140 million to make and has grossed so far $700 million, good return dont you think, and thats with everyman and his dog watching a boot-leg copy. we are in a recession and some people cannot afford the £6-£7 plus it costs for a ticket and if piracy is the only way they get to see a great film then who are you we judge.

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    • agentblackacid

      Apr 29th 2009, 21:53

      These things I will never understand: Leaked poor quality trailers, poor quality pirated movies and watching poor quality football feeds online. I don't understand people who settle for substandard poor quality bollocks even if it is free... especially when it's Total Film being a bit contradictory (although no-one's perfect) a5hyd, your comment is poor quality bollocks.

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