Transformers 2 – Revenge: The Movie’s 7 Best Easter Eggs

In 2009, following the success of the first film, filmmaker Michael Bay returned behind the camera to direct “Transformers 2: Revenge.” Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox are both back. Focus on the best Easter eggs in this second installment

Transformers : A cult story

history Transformers This is 5 major movies Directed by Michael Bay, and A spin-off centered around Bumblebee Directed by Travis Knight. history Transformers More than that $4.8 billion Box office receipts. Launched in 2007 By Michael Bay, it continues to expand this year Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, carried out by Steven Caple Jrand is expected on June 7 in Darkrooms.

After the first victory Transformers In 2007 (more $709 million in revenue), Michael Bay returned four times in the science fiction franchise. In 2009, he directed Transformers 2: Revenge. A sequel starring Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson and John Turturro. With a budget of $200 million, Transformers 2: Revenge earned more than $836 million in revenue.

Transformers 2: Revenge © Amblin Entertainment

Firstly transformers, This second part is more or less full of meta easter eggs. So here it is 7 hidden clues in Michael Bay’s movie:

My little pony

in the beginning, Transformers is a A range of toys created by the Hasbro brand. There are other major identity licenses such as this American company Monopoly, Nerf, Flurby Or G.I. Joe. In the first installment, Michael Bay mentions Flurby and he takes advantage of it Transformers 2: Revenge to give A nod to My Little PonyAnother great toy brand created by Hasbro.

man at jaws

In Transformers 2, Bumblebee uses the soundtrack jaws to warn Sam (Shia LaBeouf) of impending danger. A nod to Steven Spielberg, who serves as a producer on the franchise Transformers. As a reminder, jaws Published in 1975 and considered Seventh Art is the first blockbuster in history. As for its worship soundtrack, it was composed by the famous John Williams.

Bad Boys II

In Transformers 2: Revenge, Sam suffers from a strange illness. He seems to be connected to the Transformers and receives coded messages in his head. Sometimes he goes really crazy and writes what he hears all over the walls. At one point he wrote on a poster Bad Boys II. Published in 2003, Bad Boys II Another film directed by Michael Bay.

Transformers 2: Revenge © Amblin Entertainment


In the final battle Transformers 2: RevengeThe most observant fans noticed One of the litters looks suspiciously like R2-D2. No doubt Michael Bay’s homage to George Lucas’ legendary franchise.

John Turturro burst into tears

John Turturro was allowed to climb the pyramids while filming in Egypt. At one point, he cried. When Michael Bay questioned him, he said: “You can’t do that in movies. You can’t shoot in a 4,000-year-old place.”

Devastator’s Crazy Numbers

According to ILM hosts, Devastator consists of 52,632 parts (more than ten times the number of individual parts of a typical car), 11,716,127 polygons and 6,467 textures, and occupying 32 gigabytes of computing space. If its elements are placed end to end, they will expand 13.84 miles.

Tribute The spy who loved me

At the beginning of the film, Optimus Prime enters Shanghai during a parachute jump. A glamorous entry into the scene pays a discreet homage The spy who loved me By Louise Gilbert. In Transformers 2, Optimus Prime has the Autobots logo on his parachutes. as James Bond Roger Moore parachuted in 1977 British flag painted on canvas.

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