Scoop This: Transformers 3 Poster, Quentin Tarantino’s Next and Vanessa Hudgens is Pregnant and Homeless

Transformers: Dark of the Moon Gets a Poster

By now you’ve all probably seen the intense new trailer for Transformers: Dark of the Moon (if not, watch it here), and so here’s the equally-as-intense follow-up: the film’s poster. Optimus Prime stands over our two human heroes (played by Shia LaBeouf and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley) in full-on action pose as other robots destroy the city behind him. There’s definitely a level of serious badassery present in this third and final Transformers movie (at least for Michael Bay and this cast) not seen in the previous two movies.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon hits theaters on July 1st.
Quentin Tarantino’s Next Film Revealed
We knew Quentin Tarantino was working on some sort of southern western, and now it looks like more details have emerged. Sources from sites like Thompson on Hollywood and Hollywood Elsewhere are claiming the film is called Django Unchained, which right off the bat is an obvious reference to the 1966 spaghetti western, Django, starring Franco Nero (who’s rumored to have a part in the new film).
Apparently the film will star Christoph Waltz (no surprise there since he won an Oscar for Tarantino’s last film, Inglourious Basterds). According to a synopsis submitted by an anonymous reader, Waltz will play a German bounty hunter who helps a freed slave exact revenge upon the evil plantation owner who wronged him. Production is expected to begin later this year, and we assume we’ll be seeing it hit theaters during the latter part of 2012 or 2013.
Vanessa Hudgens to Become Pregnant and Homeless for New Role
Up until now ex-High School Musical star Vanessa Hudgens has played it relatively safe in terms of the roles she takes on. However, that may change now that Hudgens has signed on to star in the indie drama Gimme Shelter opposite Brendan Fraser. In the film Hudgens will play a pregnant, homeless teen who escapes an abusive mother in an attempt to find her biological father (Fraser).
Do you think Hudgens has what it takes to tackle an intense dramatic role like this one?
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