Weekly Ketchup: Threequels for Kill Bill, Transformers

Plus, Fox teams with EA to evolve Spore into a film

This week's Ketchup includes new movies for Leonardo DiCaprio and Hugh Jackman, sequel news for Kill Bill and Transformers, two CGI animated movies about the weird twists and turns of evolution and a surprising amount of news of English language remakes of foreign movies most of us didn't see (and one that a lot of us did, and loved).


FRESH DEVELOPMENTS


#1 QUENTIN TARANTINO CONFIRMS HIS PLANS TO KILL BILL ONE MORE TIME... IN 2014

Entertainment Weekly reports that while talking to an Italian television show, director Quentin Tarantino confirmed that he plans to revist Uma Thurman's character in Kill Bill 3. Tarantino wants to have a ten year gap between the release of Kill Bill 2 and Kill Bill 3 (some sites are mentioning a rumored title of Kill the Bride), and that would put the release some time in 2014. That would still give QT time to make another movie before then. In 2014, Uma Thurman will have aged to 44, and her daughter from the first two movies will have aged as well. There are several rumors about what exactly the third movie's plot could be about, most of which involve characters from the first two movies getting revenge against The Bride for the violence she inflicted on their lives.


#2 THE MILLIONS OF WORLDS OF SPORE CRAFT

20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios are teaming up with Electronic Arts to adapt their hit 2008 PC game Spore. The film would be a CGI animated "creature feature" directed by Chris Wedge (Ice Age, Robots). This news comes just a week after Wedge was also announced as director of another new movie for Fox and Blue Sky, and adaptation of the children's book Leaf Men. In Spore, players create and evolve life, beginning at a a microscopic level and eventually evolving into the dominant race of a planet, and ultimately exploring space and interacting with races created by other players. The game designer of Spore was Will Wright, famous for his work in creating previous "world building" games under the Sim brand, including SimCity, SimEarth and of course, The Sims. EA already has some 100 million unique creatures created by players registered in their database. In addition to the original PC game, Electronic Arts has also extended the growing franchise to other platforms. The job of adapting Spore, which does not have anything resembling a single storyline is going to screenwriters Greg Erb (cowriter of Senseless, RocketMan) and Jason Oremland, who are also two of the writers of this December's Disney release The Princess and the Frog.


#3 LEONARDO DICAPRIO TO PLAY TRAVIS MCGEE IN THE DEEP BLUE GOODBYE

20th Century Fox is developing an adaptation of the 1964 mystery novel The Deep Blue Goodbye by John D. MacDonald, with Leonardo DiCaprio attached to star. DiCaprio would play Travis McGee, a character that went on to appear in 21 novels, each with a title featuring a color. McGee is "a self-described beach bum who lives aboard the 52-foot houseboat The Busted Flush, and alleviates his cash flow problems by hiring on as a salvage consultant... recover(ing) property for clients, taking a hefty percentage and getting into a lot of danger and romance in sun-drenched Florida." The script was adapted by Dana Stevens (City of Angels, For the Love of the Game), and is currently out for consideration by several directors. DiCaprio will also be producing via his Appian Way company, and if The Deep Blue Goodbye is a hit, with 20 other books in the series, the star could find a reliable source of movies for the foreseeable future.


#4 WARNER BROS THINKS THE FUTURE IS WILD

Warner Bros has struck a deal with Vanguard Animation (Space Chimps, Happily N'Ever After) to produce a movie version of the Animal Planet documentary-style animated series, The Future Is Wild. The series speculates on how life might evolve on Earth over the next 200 million years. As climate changes and the continents move, many of today's dominant animals, such as mammals, birds and reptiles eventually go extinct, leading to a future where descendants of squids and octopi come to land to become the new dominant races, along with evolved worms and insects. This deal is especially timely considering that the concept bears a resemblance to the mix of animation and evolution in the plans for a movie based upon Spore, also announced this week. The timing also fits in with the news that a second season of The Future Is Wild will be announced next week. The exact details of how The Future Is Wild will be adapted are not yet known, but the phrasing of the announcement seems to suggest that the movie will keep the series' documentary-like style, rather than say, a dramatic interpretation of the material. The often bizarre evolutionary concepts in The Future Is Wild bear a close resemblance to the works of author Dougal Dixon, who also wrote the companion book, and whose own book, After Man: A Zoology of the Future, was at time being developed as a feature film of its own (but those plans have long since been scrapped).


#5 THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE AND FRIENDS CHUGGING BACK TO THE BIG SCREEN

Although his 2000 film debut, Thomas and the Magic Railroad, was not a commercial success, the popular children's book and televison character Thomas the Tank Engine is once again being developed as a feature film project. Thomas the Tank Engine is, of course, an anthromorphic steam locomotive train who has several friends who are also trains, and together they have adventures on the rails. Josh Klausner (next April's Date Night, one twelve credit screenwriters for Shrek the Third) has been hired to start work on adapting Thomas & Friends for the big screen. 2010 marks the 65th anniversary of Thomas the Tank Engine, and that year will also see the launch of a new CGI animated TV series that will provide voices for several characters that were previously mute. That series will then lead to the release of this feature film, scheduled for the spring of 2011. Alec Baldwin, who narrated many episodes of the original series, and appeared in the 2000 film, will not be involved with this version.


#6 SAM RAIMI MAKING SPOOKY PICTURES FOR THE KIDS

Just a few weeks after Guillermo del Toro announced plans for his Double Dare You partnership with Disney, Sam Raimi is also getting into the game of producing scary movies aimed at family audiences. Raimi's Spooky Pictures is a subsidiary of his Ghost House horror label, and has a deal with Columbia Pictures. Spooky Pictures will get started with The Substitute, an English language remake of a 2007 Danish thriller about a sixth grade class who try to warn their parents that their new substitute teacher is actually an evil alien. Director Scott Derrickson (The Day the Earth Stood Still, The Exorcism of Emily Rose) has started work on adapting the screenplay along with Paul Harris Boardman, who previously cowrote The Exorcism of Emily Rose and Urban Legends: Final Cut with Derrickson.


#7 500 DAYS OF SUMMER DIRECTOR AND COSTAR BOTH MOVING ON TO ADAPTING FOREIGN MOVIES

One of this year's biggest arthouse hits was the romantic dramedy 500 Days of Summer, and now both the movie's director and one of its costars are moving on to projects in which they will be tackling English language remakes of recent European movies. Director Mark Webb (who is also developing a Jesus Christ Superstar movie) is in negotiations to produce and direct Just Another Love Story, a remake of a 2008 Danish thriller about a crime photographer who pretends to be the boyfriend of a woman suffering amnesia, which goes terribly wrong when the real boyfriend shows up, and he's distinctly not pleased. And then there's young 12-year-old Chloe Moretz, who in addition to playing the sister in 500 Days of Summer, also stars in next year's dark superhero movie Kick-Ass. Moretz has this week landed the lead role in Let Me In, the English language remake of last year's arthouse hit Let the Right One In, which starts filming later this fall in New Mexico. Chloe Moretz will be joined by Kodi Smit-McPhee (The Road), who will play the lead boy, and Richard Jenkins (The Visitor, HBO's Six Feet Under), who will play her character's adult guardian (sort of).



ROTTEN IDEAS OF THE WEEK


#1 MICHAEL BAY ANNOUNCES TRANSFORMERS 3 FOR THE SUMMER OF 2011

Director Michael Bay announced on his website this week that development of Transformers 3 formally started this week, with the Paramount targeting a release date of July 1, 2011. Both Shia LeBeouf and Megan Fox (in spite of her recent complaints around Revenge of the Fallen) are both expected to return. Screenwriter Ehren Kruger (The Ring; cowriter of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen) and Michael Bay met with Hasbro this week to discuss which new Transformers the toy company would like to see introduced in the next movie. That is, after all, what is most important to telling a Transformers movie's story: what toys can the movie sell? Michael Bay also promised that his "little movie," Pain and Gain, about two Florida body builders who get involved with extortion and kidnapping, will be his next project after Transformers 3. This news is therefore bad news for anyone who was awaiting Bad Boys 3 or Bay's X-Men-like teen literature adapation I Am Number Four. If you figure a possible 2012 release for Pain and Gain, that means that any other Michael Bay movie is unlikely to happen before 2013, and that's presuming that Bay doesn't in the meantime sign on for Transformers 4. All of this news gets the "Rotten Idea" tag because Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen was pretty awful, regardless of how much money it made. But, the rosy side of the news for those who dread any news of a Michael Bay movie is that this means a few more years of Bay not being able to direct any other movie, such as whatever favorite potentially big budget genre movie you as a fan might in particular cherish.


#2 LAUREN CONRAD'S BOOK ABOUT A REALITY TV STAR TO BECOME AN ACTUAL MOVIE?

Temple Hill Entertainment, the production company of one of the producers of Twilight has secured the movie rights to L.A. Candy, the recent bestselling novel by Lauren Conrad, the star of MTV's "reality" shows The Hills and Laguna Beach. In L.A. Candy, a 19 year old girl moves to Hollywood where she finds fame as a "reality" series star, forcing her to deal with being a big star. Conrad has plans to follow L.A. Candy with two more novels. The project is currently looking for a screenwriter to adapt the book. This one is a Rotten Idea for what I think are pretty obvious reasons. MTV's "reality" shows obviously have good ratings, so someone is watching them, but the idea of a movie based upon what is basically a fictionalization of the experience of one of the stars of one of these shows is basically opening the Pandora's Box on all sorts of potential cross pollination between reality shows and movies. Will people pay $10 to see what is basically a dramatized two hour episode of a reality show that they can already watch on TV for free? And even if they actually would, should they?


#3 HUGH JACKMAN TO ROCK 'EM SOCK 'EM ROBOTS IN REAL STEEL

Hugh Jackman is in talks with DreamWorks to star in Real Steel, a futuristic sports movie set in a time when robots have replaced human fighters in the ring. Jackman would be playing a human ex-boxer who becomes a Robot Boxing promoter who finds a discarded robot that always seems to win. Jackman's character also discovers he has a 13-year-old son that he bonds with as the scrappy robot fights his way to the top. Real Steel is based upon a short story by Richard Matheson (I Am Legend, What Dreams May Come) that was also the inspiration for an episode from the 5th season of The Twilight Zone, starring Lee Marvin as the ex-boxer. Shawn Levy (Night at the Museum, Cheaper by the Dozen) will be directing Real Steel from a script he is working on with screenwriter John Gatins (Hardball; cowriter of Coach Carter). DreamWorks hopes to start filming in May, 2010. Real Steel is one of this week's Rotten Ideas because the box office seems to be mostly saying that audiences do not have an instant love with big screen robots, and the saccharine sweetness of this sports story just seems to put it over the top as a likely schmaltzy movie that might feel like Bicentennial Man crossed with Rocky V.


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Comments

Cuban Raft Rider

Brandon Helpman

Another piece of Tarantino ****...

Oct 2 - 05:54 PM

Some guy you dont know

Bruce Campbell

lol award season is going to suck for you.

Oct 2 - 06:32 PM

Sean C. -The One Coz-

Sean Cosgrove

It must suck to not know anything about great film making.

Oct 3 - 12:32 PM

RJ Smoove

Ryan Rutherford

QT is awesome...you need to do your hw

Oct 3 - 01:49 PM

Keyser Soze

Sam Padgett

Tony Romo sucks.

Oct 4 - 10:08 AM

Brendan D.

Brendan Day

**** u.

Oct 4 - 02:01 PM

Basterd J

Pack Brinton

No taste and probably retarded!!

Oct 5 - 03:59 PM

inactive user

Jared King

Now Mr. Greg Dean Schmitz, expect Bay-fanboys to scream like a b**ch because you said Transformers 2 is bad. Gotta give Bay credit. He'll have to deal with the his official pwner, Megan Fox.

Thomas the Tank Engine? I forgot that exsisted. I feel liek playing with my old toys now.

A Lastly, there's "Spore"...which sounds better than just about other every video game film. But there could still be FAR better choices.

Oct 2 - 06:00 PM

Some guy you dont know

Bruce Campbell

lol award season is going to suck for you.

Oct 2 - 06:32 PM

King Thor

Chris Kalmin

I thought some of the fighting and action scenes were great in ROTF, but Michael Bay has a terrible habit of wasting and severely underusing awesome characters like Ironhide and Sideswipe, or never introducing them at all (all of the Decepticons).

It's like he doesn't actually care about the bots but only uses them to make cool scenes.

What a Transformers movie really needs is less humans on screen. A LOT LESS. I like Shia, but we really don't need much at all of anyone else. Just need robots talking and interacting with robots, i mean, that IS what the old show was. That way we get robot character development and we actually care about them, and a better movie.

(one of the best scenes in both movies was from the first one after bumble bee got captured, and the autobots were talking amongst themselves up on the building on the mountain, that was a great scene, and we need A LOT MORE of that)

Oct 2 - 06:46 PM

inactive user

Jared King

Uhh, we need a little more of Shia LeBeouf...and a LOT MORE of Megan Fox.

Oct 2 - 07:04 PM

martinscorsese25

christopher cantos

@ledawg

Shia CAN be funny so a little of him won't hurt. i agree there should be plenty of Megan Fox... but i would also want NONE of Michael Bay...

maybe if Bay do the project the he always says he wanted to do(a small project). he might learn all the ****ty things he is doing in his summer blockbusters

Oct 2 - 07:54 PM

inactive user

Jared King

@martinscorsese25: Yes, NO Bay! For ANY movie! He shouldn't have been allowed to make any films after "Armageddon", and should've been punched in the face for making "Bad Boys II"..."Pearl Harbor" sucks too. And I bet "Transformers 2" sucks, but I don't plan on seeing it. The way I see it, I can get robot action with Megan Fox and Shia saying "No no no no no!" all the time in the first "Transformers". Which I liked, but not as much as the 80's cartoon.

@Floor Man: I love me some action, sex, noise, and general lack of thinking in films, but Bay's films are so stuck up in that department, with boring action more often than not (except "The Rock" and "Transformers") lame characters, and painfully long lengths. If you're gonna be mindless, be short.


But, if you want mindless fun from 2009, there's really no shortage. "Terminator Salvation" was pretty mindless, and had some unintentional laughs, with lines like "The devils hands have been busy."...gross.

Oct 2 - 08:33 PM

Bruce S.

Bruce Smith

she is not a good actor, no matter how hot she is

Oct 3 - 07:10 AM

RoadDogXVIII

Michael Zimmerman

Well, Sam Witwicky was an important character in the "Transformers" universe. Maybe keep the character. But I don't see Michael Bay going much beyond the romantic courtship between Sam and Mikaela. If they do, then it's gonna wind up almost as schmaltzy as the second one and Peter/MJ's romance in "Spider-Man 3". From what I recollect, there was so much drama on set, but let's allow Steven Spielberg some control and focus on the fantastical aspects that made the first one so memorable. And Megan Fox has problems herself (which I'm sure you'll guys find jokes about it), so all jokes aside, she needs to get some professional help. Otherwise, it'll be 2009 all over again and she'll come off looking like one of the twats from "The Hills" (LC not included; apparently it's said that she's one of the more edjucated of the bunch).

Oct 2 - 07:52 PM

RoadDogXVIII

Michael Zimmerman

Sorry, I meant "educated". God, I don't know why I put the "j" there. XD

Oct 2 - 07:53 PM

inactive user

Jared King

Uhh, we need a little more of Shia LeBeouf...and a LOT MORE of Megan Fox.

Oct 2 - 07:04 PM

martinscorsese25

christopher cantos

@ledawg

Shia CAN be funny so a little of him won't hurt. i agree there should be plenty of Megan Fox... but i would also want NONE of Michael Bay...

maybe if Bay do the project the he always says he wanted to do(a small project). he might learn all the ****ty things he is doing in his summer blockbusters

Oct 2 - 07:54 PM

inactive user

Jared King

@martinscorsese25: Yes, NO Bay! For ANY movie! He shouldn't have been allowed to make any films after "Armageddon", and should've been punched in the face for making "Bad Boys II"..."Pearl Harbor" sucks too. And I bet "Transformers 2" sucks, but I don't plan on seeing it. The way I see it, I can get robot action with Megan Fox and Shia saying "No no no no no!" all the time in the first "Transformers". Which I liked, but not as much as the 80's cartoon.

@Floor Man: I love me some action, sex, noise, and general lack of thinking in films, but Bay's films are so stuck up in that department, with boring action more often than not (except "The Rock" and "Transformers") lame characters, and painfully long lengths. If you're gonna be mindless, be short.


But, if you want mindless fun from 2009, there's really no shortage. "Terminator Salvation" was pretty mindless, and had some unintentional laughs, with lines like "The devils hands have been busy."...gross.

Oct 2 - 08:33 PM

Bruce S.

Bruce Smith

she is not a good actor, no matter how hot she is

Oct 3 - 07:10 AM

martinscorsese25

christopher cantos

yeah right... Kill Bill 3?! i would believe it once they start shooting. well atleast it may pave way for the "Whole Bloody Affair" as a promo for the upcoming Kill Bill..

ps. i would rather see Tarantino do his American Western with people like Day-Lewis, Depp, De Niro, Keitel, and DiCaprio on it's cast.

Oct 2 - 07:51 PM

Brendan D.

Brendan Day

no way daniel day lewis is a bore.

Oct 4 - 02:02 PM

RoadDogXVIII

Michael Zimmerman

Well, Sam Witwicky was an important character in the "Transformers" universe. Maybe keep the character. But I don't see Michael Bay going much beyond the romantic courtship between Sam and Mikaela. If they do, then it's gonna wind up almost as schmaltzy as the second one and Peter/MJ's romance in "Spider-Man 3". From what I recollect, there was so much drama on set, but let's allow Steven Spielberg some control and focus on the fantastical aspects that made the first one so memorable. And Megan Fox has problems herself (which I'm sure you'll guys find jokes about it), so all jokes aside, she needs to get some professional help. Otherwise, it'll be 2009 all over again and she'll come off looking like one of the twats from "The Hills" (LC not included; apparently it's said that she's one of the more edjucated of the bunch).

Oct 2 - 07:52 PM

RoadDogXVIII

Michael Zimmerman

Sorry, I meant "educated". God, I don't know why I put the "j" there. XD

Oct 2 - 07:53 PM

RoadDogXVIII

Michael Zimmerman

Sorry, I meant "educated". God, I don't know why I put the "j" there. XD

Oct 2 - 07:53 PM

martinscorsese25

christopher cantos

@ledawg

Shia CAN be funny so a little of him won't hurt. i agree there should be plenty of Megan Fox... but i would also want NONE of Michael Bay...

maybe if Bay do the project the he always says he wanted to do(a small project). he might learn all the ****ty things he is doing in his summer blockbusters

Oct 2 - 07:54 PM

inactive user

Jared King

@martinscorsese25: Yes, NO Bay! For ANY movie! He shouldn't have been allowed to make any films after "Armageddon", and should've been punched in the face for making "Bad Boys II"..."Pearl Harbor" sucks too. And I bet "Transformers 2" sucks, but I don't plan on seeing it. The way I see it, I can get robot action with Megan Fox and Shia saying "No no no no no!" all the time in the first "Transformers". Which I liked, but not as much as the 80's cartoon.

@Floor Man: I love me some action, sex, noise, and general lack of thinking in films, but Bay's films are so stuck up in that department, with boring action more often than not (except "The Rock" and "Transformers") lame characters, and painfully long lengths. If you're gonna be mindless, be short.


But, if you want mindless fun from 2009, there's really no shortage. "Terminator Salvation" was pretty mindless, and had some unintentional laughs, with lines like "The devils hands have been busy."...gross.

Oct 2 - 08:33 PM

Floor Man

Floor Man

UM.

Am I the only one who recognized, despite the (apparent) lack of its cinematic brilliance, the genuine summer-movie fun of Transformers 2? It makes me wonder how it made as much money as it did if "so many" people dislike it as much as it seems they do.... I want more mindless fun, actually, so bring on Transformers 3. There are plenty of other films released every year that actually stimulate my mind; it's just nice to have a healthy balance between the two, IMO.

Oct 2 - 08:10 PM

inactive user

Jared King

@martinscorsese25: Yes, NO Bay! For ANY movie! He shouldn't have been allowed to make any films after "Armageddon", and should've been punched in the face for making "Bad Boys II"..."Pearl Harbor" sucks too. And I bet "Transformers 2" sucks, but I don't plan on seeing it. The way I see it, I can get robot action with Megan Fox and Shia saying "No no no no no!" all the time in the first "Transformers". Which I liked, but not as much as the 80's cartoon.

@Floor Man: I love me some action, sex, noise, and general lack of thinking in films, but Bay's films are so stuck up in that department, with boring action more often than not (except "The Rock" and "Transformers") lame characters, and painfully long lengths. If you're gonna be mindless, be short.


But, if you want mindless fun from 2009, there's really no shortage. "Terminator Salvation" was pretty mindless, and had some unintentional laughs, with lines like "The devils hands have been busy."...gross.

Oct 2 - 08:33 PM

Paints Hz Shirt Red

krookedlegs Eagle Tail

What ledawg just said about the transformers film just proves that alot of people hated the movie before seeing it. no offense ledawg.

Oct 2 - 08:39 PM

frankdozier

William Luc-Ferris

Some movies just suck. Hands down. I don't have to waste twelve bucks and people talking on their cellphones to find out such things. When the piece of crap is playing on HBO, I'll dvr it and try to watch it over a few days. It might be worth it then...it'll be free (at least, no more than my cable bill)

Oct 2 - 09:05 PM

inactive user

Jared King

No, no, I am being a hypocrite, I can admit it. I'm sure way more than me hated "TF2" before it's release. It's just, over the years Bay hasn't given me much reason to trust him, and I'm still pissed at the decades worth of Michael Bay fans telling me how amazing everything he does is. But, no offense taken.

Oct 2 - 09:17 PM

frankdozier

William Luc-Ferris

Some movies just suck. Hands down. I don't have to waste twelve bucks and people talking on their cellphones to find out such things. When the piece of crap is playing on HBO, I'll dvr it and try to watch it over a few days. It might be worth it then...it'll be free (at least, no more than my cable bill)

Oct 2 - 09:05 PM

inactive user

Jared King

No, no, I am being a hypocrite, I can admit it. I'm sure way more than me hated "TF2" before it's release. It's just, over the years Bay hasn't given me much reason to trust him, and I'm still pissed at the decades worth of Michael Bay fans telling me how amazing everything he does is. But, no offense taken.

Oct 2 - 09:17 PM

trgdr777

C Ferguson

What the heck would a Spore movie be about?

I liked Thomas the Tank Engine as a kid, but I don't see how you can make talking trains fun to watch on the big screen.

Oh and I HATED Transformers 2. I wanted to walk out of the theater, but tickets ain't cheap (plus I rode there with a friend lol). The plot was incoherent, the fight scenes were overkill, and there was no reason to care about any of the characters because everyone was obnoxious. That said, I'll probably see Transformers 3 because I have no idea how they could make it any worse than the second.

Oct 2 - 10:11 PM

King Kubrick

Travis Earl

(insert rant about the dire cinematic future Transformers 2 represents here)
(and then hypocritically love Crank 2)

Kill Bill 3 would make my head implode from sheer ecstasy. But we must temper our excitement with the knowledge tarantino indeed talks non-stop about many projects he never actually brings to fruition.

That Hugh Jackman movie contains one of the ****tiest premises I can remember in a long time.

Oct 2 - 11:14 PM

King Kubrick

Travis Earl

scratch that I just watch the Tooth Fairy trailer

Oct 2 - 11:47 PM

King Kubrick

Travis Earl

scratch that I just watch the Tooth Fairy trailer

Oct 2 - 11:47 PM

John Mclane

Graham Robertson

Spore was a "hit" video game? really? As long as transformers 3 still has massive f*****g robots tearing **** up I will still watch it.... I might not enjoy it, but I'll still watch it.

Both my kids love thomas and although the first movie bombed (and resulted in the big nasty company that made it, sacking the woman who had started it and made it what it was.)recent feature films and DVD's have raked in a fotune. I would Imagine Pierce Brosnan will do the voice acting as he is the big narratar these days. and crap at that. All his characters sound the same and a little gay... is that cool? mabye I mean camp or effiminate. But still if any of you like me loved thomas as a kid then its heartbreaking to see it all CGI and gay/camp/ whatever

Oct 3 - 12:53 AM

sunsaz

Chris Moore

You know it's been a rough week when there's more than one idea considered to be rotten. And given the fact the next 5 years will be plagued with KB3 rumors and the announcement of ANOTHER game-to-film, you could bump that number of ideas up to five.

Oct 3 - 06:09 AM

Bohemian Rhapsody

ArmondWhiteFan Jecobs

Ledawg, perhaps they should just make Transformers 3 all about Megan Fox taking a shower. You'd love to see her naked, and I would be happy because Micheal Bay didn't direct something as bad as Transformers 2.

Oct 3 - 06:12 AM

inactive user

Jared King

YES!

Oct 3 - 11:56 AM

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