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There has been big buzz about the Transformers movie coming out this July. Personally, I could care less. Wake me up when there is a ThunderCats movie. I am all about the hotness that is Lion-O. Michael Bay, the director of the Transformers movie, release high-resolution pictures of the robots last week. The only reason why I know this bit of information is because my roommate had a conniption over the news. He called the robots “hot.” But this comes from a guy that had a crush on Charles Grodin, so his judgment on hotness has little weight with me. Though I have no love for the Transformers, I have to admit the pictures are pretty cool. Click here to see a slideshow with some of the robot things from the movie.

--Crystal Preston-Watson

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