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"Transformers" Trailer Coming Before "Shrek the Third"

May 8, 2007 (8:35 am) GMT
CanMag reported that feature trailer for "Transformers" will appear in theaters in front of Shrek the Third" screenings on May 18, 2007.

Fans of "" apparently can take another glimpse of their highly-anticipated movie a week earlier in theaters in their wait for the flick to hit the big screen on July 4 this year.

Contrary to the claim posted on director Michael Bay's website saying the feature trailer for the sci-fi actioner will appear with "", CanMag has informed that it will be shown in theaters in front of the screenings of "" on May 18 instead.

Furthermore, the site has successfully obtained confirmation from Paramount/DreamWorks Pictures that prior to the showing, the trailer is tentatively set to come online one day before its theatrical launch. Meanwhile, it will still be featured with "Worlds End" on May 25 also on the third weekend of "."

The live-action adaptation of popular franchise and toy line of the same name, "Transformers" finds Earth lying in the middle of the war between the Autobots and the Decepticons, leaving the future of humankind hanging in the balance. Principal photography started on May 22, 2006 taking locations in New Mexico, Hoover Dam, and Rialto, California to then wrap up on September 24 the same year though second unit shooting continued in the Arctic and Detroit, where it finally finished on October 5.

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