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AdvertisementBabes, Bombs, and Blockbusters Movie News Report 6.30.09Posted by Steve Gustafson�on 06.30.2009Make way because this week the 3B�s News Report transforms with a look at the Top Ten Transformers in addition to Hollywood�s latest movie news.

Is Harry Potter casting a bad spell on illegal downloading? Are they really doing Spider-Man on Broadway? And say hello to Sheyla Hershey! Get those answers and more inside.

Welcome back and happy Tuesday! It's Steve Gustafson here, filling in for Mike Gorman, with another bombastic edition of Babes, Bombs, and Blockbusters! Mr.

Gorman is still away on a special mission for 411mania, but rest assured�he's thinking of each and every one of you.

See you soon Mike! So, what's on tap this week? PLENTY! Get comfortable with Sheyla Hershey, get up-to-date movie news, and debate my picks on which comic books should get the Broadway treatment and my Top 10 Favorite Transformers.

I have to take a quick second and thank Jeffrey Harris who caught a mistake in last weeks report.

What was it? I'm not telling.

But as a way to show my appreciation, check out his spot-on review for Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen.

He's the kind of writer that other writer's get jealous of.

Because he makes writing good look so easy.

Thanks again Jeff! Also, let me take time to thank everyone who commented last week.

I had a good laugh at some, pondered some others, and scratched my head at the rest.

Keep them coming! All right, let's get into it! Sheyla Hershey is a singer, dancer, actress and model resides in Houston, Texas.

Sheyla is 5'3" and is a talent on the rise.

Sheyla was born in Brazil and likes to travel.

Sheyla is fluent in Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Chinese and English.

I bet you aren't even reading this, are you? I could type anything and it would go right over your head.

HEY! HELLO! Look over HERE! Hershey made the news earlier this year when she became the proud owner of the world's largest breasts�38KKK.

That's no joke! So why is she here this week? Well, around the time she was making headlines I contacted her people to set up an interview.

We went back and forth, I even called her a few times, but we were never able to make the sit down happen and the moment soon passed.

In preparation for the interview, her people sent over some photos for me to use, but alas, they were locked away in the 411mania vault.

As I was writing this I got to thinking, "You know, it would be a shame for these to go unused." So, good reader, I present them to you here, today! As you can see, Sheyla takes her craft seriously in that she has had over 18 plastic surgeries, mostly to her breast, but also her nose, lips and buttocks.

The rumor is this coming December she's going BIGGER, so keep your eyes peeled for that.

And maybe then I can get that interview� Check out these latest Hollywood news bombs! Transformers Keeps Bay in Business Aside from its whopping five-day domestic tally, the second highest of all time, Paramount's Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen broke records in several countries overseas, leading to a massive $390.4 million worldwide opening through Sunday, one of the best global launches ever.

Official weekend numbers released Monday morning showed Transformers 2 grossing $200.1 million domestically, slightly less than the $201.2 million estimated on Sunday, over the course of its five-day opening.

That easily eclipsed the $152.4 million earned by Spider-Man 2, which previously held the five-day record for a Wednesday launch.

And Transformers 2 came within shouting distance of the best five-day gross of all time: $203.8 million for WB's The Dark Knight.

Overseas, the action tentpole grossed $166.1 million as it opened day and date in virtually every territory (pic opened the weekend before in the U.K.

and Japan).

Official tally was ahead of the Sunday estimate of $162 million.

Either way, Transformers 2 scored the second best international opening of all time, after Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End ($216.3 million), Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix ($193 million) and Spider-Man 3 ($164.9 million).

The sequel's foreign cume was $190.3 million when factoring in the $24.1 million earned the previous weekend in the U.K.

and Japan.See, no matter what language you speak, this movie made bank! Am I surprised? A little.

Audiences have shown they pay little heed to critics (and common sense) and mix that in with the orgy of special effects�people heeded the call! Coming soon...Transformers 3: The Search for Unicron's Gold!WE INTERRUPT YOUR BABE VIEWING PLEASURE TO BRING YOU THIS SPECIAL IMAGE...

Several posters for the movie 9 hit online.

I wanted to share one with you! From the clips I've seen, this looks really dark and really interesting.

Your thoughts?WE KNOW RETURN YOU TO YOUR REGULAR BABE VIEWING PLEASURE Harry Potter Putting a Spell on Cybercriminals? Can't wait to see the Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince? In a e-mail release by Ireland-based PC Tools, an anti-virus software company, they stated that cybercriminals are targeting peer-to-peer (P2P) search engines that share illegal downloads of the movies in advance of its screening.

The text description will be "Watch Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince Online for Free." It redirects the downloader to a web site, which will prompt to install an additional "streamviewer." The streamviewer, however, is malware software.

Malware software is designed to infiltrate or damage a computer system without the owner's informed consent.

So wait and watch Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince in theaters on July 15 this summer.

You won't have any regrets watching it on the big screen and your computer may thank you.

YOU'VE BEEN WARNED! Downloader's beware! This is a nice little service announcement from me and should keep the authorities off my back.This one's for you, True Believer! Hey! Keep those eyes focused! Those pictures aren't going anywhere! Marvel Comics icon Stan Lee is tipped to play legendary interviewer Larry King in the upcoming Iron Man sequel.

Appearing as King, Lee will apparently interview Tony Stark on Larry King Live and will question Stark on his latest innovations.

Specifically this will include Stark's new "modified 'black' Iron Man suit" The casting is a larger than usual role for Lee who only cameos in Marvel films.

Lee seemed to be playing Playboy creator Hugh Hefner in the first "Iron Man" film.Great news for Stan "the Man"! Glad to see him getting a little bit more of a role.

You know he's going to bring his A-game when it comes to enthusiasm and cheesing it up.Comic-Con Television Invasion! Comic-Con is starting to look a little more like TV-Con.

Networks and studios plan to tub-thump more shows than ever at the annual confab set for July 23-26 at the San Diego Convention Center.

Over the years, the event has turned into an invaluable promotional platform through which Hollywood can push its new properties to the 126,000 fans that flock to the Con.

And it's grown significantly in importance for the TV biz after successfully courting the crowd there to launch new shows such as NBC's Heroes and Chuck and Fox's Fringe.

Here's what some studios and nets have in store: � Warner Bros.

is making the trek with 11 shows, the most for the company.

Those include: Eastwick, Human Target, Past Life, V, and The Vampire Diaries, as well as returning series Fringe, The Big Bang Theory, Chuck, Smallville, Supernatural, and Batman: The Brave and the Bold.

� Twentieth Century Fox TV has nine shows going: 24, Bones, Dollhouse, The Simpsons, American Dad, Futurama, Family Guy, and spinoff The Cleveland Show, along with other newcomer, Glee.

� ABC won't screen the pilot for Flash Forward but will host a panel during which it will screen selected scenes.

Lost, with its anticipated final season ahead, will have a presence as well.

� Sony will be promoting toon The Spectacular Spider-Man, currently airing on boy-friendly Disney XD.

� NBC once again will be at the Con to promote the new season of Heroes.If you build it, they will come.

I'm not knocking this one bit but it's funny how studio exec's will run and clutch whatever they can for the dollar.

I know this isn't directly related to movie news, but we are at a point where one industry touches another, so it gets a nod from me.

If studio heads keep scrambling to cover every area where they can market, don't be surprised in a few years down the road you open your door to find a couple of suits who want to sit down and talk to you about your television and movie viewing habits.

Jehovah Witness style!Another Goodbye To MJ I'm sure if Mixmaster Gorman was here he'd have a little something in memory of Michael Jackson.

As I mentioned in my Hollywood 5 & 1, better words than mine have been written about his life than I could ever offer.

And I'm not going to take your time with my theory about his death or what's happening, because information is coming out so fast that by the time you read this, it will be old news.

Suffice to say, the impact of his death has totally eclipsed other news.

Not just in the entertainment industry.

It seems as if everything has been placed on the backburner, and that's a telling example of the shadow Michael cast.

I'll play us out with the trailer for Moonwalker.

Broadway Edition! It's been confirmed that Alan Cumming will be playing Norm Osborn/The Green Goblin in Julie Taymor's ambitious new Spider-man musical.

The actor will play the villain of SpiderMan: Turn Off the Dark on Broadway next February, opposite Evan Rachel Wood, who will portray the SpiderMan alter-ego Peter Parker's love interest Mary Jane Watson in the production, which will feature new music composed by U2 stars Bono and The Edge.

So if this is a big hit, which comic property will be next to get the theater treatment? I thought it would be fun to throw a few out there and you tell me if they are 'Buster or Busted! Captain America: Yeah, it seems like I'm on a Captain America kick, but Captain America is filled with great imagery that could work on-stage.

I remember a musical was announced back in 1985 but nothing ever became of it.

Throw that out and start anew! Just remember to add Batroc the Leaper as a villain because you could have a wicked dance number! 'Buster or Busted? Dr.

Strange: By a show of hands, who has a Dr.

Strange script sitting in their desk drawer? Wait.

Just me? I'm a huge fan of Stephen Strange.

Give me a cool psychedelic vibe, some funky music numbers and I'll give you a show that will be sold out by college students and Phish fans for years.'Buster or Busted?Sandman: This almost writes itself.

The only problem is what do you put on-stage? It can be very Shakespearian in look and feel.

But with such a dense catalog of stories to choose from, keep it simple.

Focus on Dream of The Endless, who rules over the world of dreams.

I can't even pick which arc to take parts from.

Preludes and Nocturnes? The Doll's House? Whatever it is, you could put something in the theater that will have audiences saying, "THIS is based on a comic book?" 'Buster or Busted?The Flash: I know this is out there but you can have fun with it by using actors who look a like and have them appear all over the stage to simulate speed.

Make this a musical and go crazy with it.

'Buster or Busted?Spawn: Al Simmons, CIA agent, is killed by his own boss for witnessing his corruption, and sent to hell.

To see his wife one more time, he made a deal with the devil Malebolgia to become an undead "hellspawn".

Spawn tries to retain his own humanity while finding a way out of Malebolgia's control and battling a variety of enemies, both supernatural and criminal.

Shave it down a little and you have the perfect modern day Faust for the stage.

Todd McFarlane should call me up.

I could write this in my sleep! 'Buster or Busted? Last week I mentioned that I would be listing my Top 10 Favorite Transformers so I hope you got your list ready! Here we go! Now please note that I'm drawing from the cartoon, the comic book, and the toys.

Sorry, nothing from the two Michael Bay movies made my list.

Deal with it! Also, I didn't put Optimus Prime or Megatron on the list, to be fair to the other guys.

I mean, those two are in a league of their own.10.

Prowl His motto is "Logic is the ultimate weapon." So he was their version of Spock? Regardless, I liked him across the board in the comic, cartoon, and toy.

What kid could resist a police cruiser? And in robot mode the doors looked like wings.

Too bad in the movie he's been dumped and replaced with Ironhide.

Prowl has always been the level headed go-to guy and overall second in-command of the Autobots, at least in the comic book he was.

I think on the back of the box he came in he was also the military strategist.

Regardless, Prowl has always been A-OK with me.


Wheeljack In the comics�he was just there.

But on the cartoon he was the guy who had the light up ears when he talked.

That's where I've grown to know and like Mr.


As a kid watching the cartoon, he was the first Autobot to ever be shown and one of the few Cybertronian vehicle forms they gave us a glimpse of.

He was some sort of weird vanlike vehicle.


Bruticus "The road to conquest is paved with Autobot wrecks." Created by Starscream, Bruticus was immediately a force to be reckoned with.

Reading the back of his pack, the only problem is that he didn't take initiative very well, and without direct orders on what to do, has been known to stand in the middle of a raging battle doing nothing but looking around in confusion.

I don't know about all that, but he had a cool design that I remember.7.

Astrotrain Some of you might be scratching your head at this one.

It's alright.

Astrotrain isn't the most well-known Transformer.

He was a Decepticon and pretty much a background guy in the animated show.

He gets s spot here because I like the toy.

He was a favorite distraction as I did homework.

See, Astrotrain is a Triple Changers.

A Decepticon that can transform into either a locomotive train or a space shuttle.

Perhaps Astrotrain's most notable accomplishment in the cartoon was his betrayal of Megatron and becoming the leader of the Decepticons�for a single episode.


Starscream How can Starscream NOT be on the list? The guy is the ultimate baddie.

He doesn't hide his ambition to overthrow Megatron and become leader of the Decepticons.

He is smarter than the average Transformer, ruthless, and scheming.

He's always got some sort of plan to usurp the situation to his benefit.

That goes for the cartoon AND the comic book.

His toy was cool too, which is usually the case with toy airplanes.

He says it best on his box, "Conquest is made of the ashes of one's enemies." 5.

Omega Supreme I used to be incredibly jealous of any kid that owned Omega Supreme growing up.

That and the G.I.

Joe U.S.S.

Flagg aircraft carrier.

Man, I should see what those are going for on ebay.

Anyways, the scoop on Omega is that he is one of the most powerful Transformers in existence..

Omega was the defender of the Crystal City on Cybertron alongside six other robots.

The other six were tainted by Megatron and became the Constructicons.

Omega Supreme transforms into a multi-part defensive base, including a mobile tank and a rocket platform.

For my money, he has one of the coolest names out there.


Mirage Mirage will always be an important part of my history because he was the first Transformer toy I ever got.

It's weird that I can remember the moment I opened up the present, yet I forget birthday s like crazy.

Mirage was a cool robot.

His history was tweaked depending on what canon you go by but Mirage would be happy to simply pack up and return to Cybertron.

He transformed into a F1 racer and provided me with hours of entertainment.


Shockwave If you want a great version of Shockwave, pick up his appearance in the Marvel comic series.

It was awesome! Shockwave was reawakened by an Autobot probe after a long drawn out war with the Dinobots.

The Autobots were engaged in a big battle with the Decepticons and although the Autobots appeared to claim victory, their hopes were dashed by the arrival of Shockwave, who deactivated all the Autobots and strung them up in the Ark.

Pretty much this guy was running the show! He was using Optimus Prime, well his head anyways, and draining the energy of the Creation Matrix from him to create new Decepticons.

The guy was bad to the bone.


Jetfire For my money, the best Transformer toy of all-time! Forget about his appearance in the movie.

That was poppycock I say! POPPYCOCK! I think I still have him somewhere.

He was made from a mold of a Robotech Valkyrie and easily the coolest toy you could ask for.

I've read that a dispute over the likeness kept him from having a bigger role on the cartoon but this former Decepticon gave a kid endless possibilities when it came time to play..


Soundwave How many kids tried to imitate Soundwave's voice? Megatron's right-hand man was always causing ruckus in the cartoon.

He had the shoulder cannon working, and could pull out a whole list of bots in his cassette deck.

One of Soundwave's most notable adventures came when, operating a plan conceived by Starscream (HIM AGAIN!), he brainwashed humans with ultrasonic vibrations, leading to a confrontation with his Autobot Communications Officer counterpart, Blaster, and to a lasting rivalry between the two.

Really, he was a sweet toy and my favorite character on the cartoon.

Good enough for my top spot! What about you? Favorites in the cartoon, comic, or toy? If you are so inclined you can mention the movie too.

See you in the comments section! I'm sure Mike would agree, if you ever have a good idea for a Top 10 List or story suggestion, we are always open for ideas and looking for new talent.

I answer all email that comes my way at [email protected]

Keep you eyes peeled on the different sections here at 411mania for openings that come around every few months.

If your interest is in wrestling, MMA, politics, or all the above, we have something here for everyone! Who day you might be writing a fill-in column for me! But not likely.

Your Tuesday �Tube Bonus Clib Let's start with a classic! Over the Top: Lincoln Hawk is a struggling trucker who arm wrestles on the side to make extra cash while trying to rebuild his life.

That right there should be enough to get your interest.

I'll let this trailer do the rest!500 Days of Summer: Yeah, I've been pushing this movie kind of hard on you, but my gut says it's going to be good.

The film tells the story of the relationship between Summer (Zooey Deschanel), who doesn't believe in true love and Tom (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), described as a hopeless romantic, who falls in love with her.

Over a span of 500 days, the story moves in a non-linear fashion from the perspective of Tom, who goes from ecstatic giddiness one moment, indulging in a fantasy song and dance sequence at one point, to crippling depression the next.

Check it! I shall not forget another icon that passed away.

Farrah Fawcett, who was much more than a pretty face.

My thoughts go out to her friends and family.

Well, we've come to the end of another edition of BBB! As always, thank you for stopping by.

Mike is sending me a message by carrier pigeon about next week, but rest assured, you'll get your fill on Tuesday.

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Your comment will show up on the site after it has been approved by an editor.� Name�:� Comment�:� Remaining Characters�:�2800 �Comments (11)�Dude...the Astrotrain toy was one of my favorites as well! Posted By: SAVE_BEAR.729 (Registered) �on�June 30, 2009 at 12:50 AM��Goose those boobs are too fucking big!!! she must need a wheel-barrow to get them around.

Well back to the top of the page to stare at 'em a little bit longer.

Posted By: paco smith (Guest) �on�June 30, 2009 at 01:42 AM��Funny idea about a Flash musical.

Posted By: The Great Capt.

Smooth (Guest) �on�June 30, 2009 at 06:23 AM��Omega Supreme was the crown jewel of my transformers collection, as well.

I always wanted the constructicons when I was a kid just so I had the giant robot.

Posted By: Todd Vote (Registered) �on�June 30, 2009 at 09:32 AM��I still have my aircraft carrier, omega supreme, constructicons and unicron.

they still kick ass.

Posted By: rich thomas (Guest) �on�June 30, 2009 at 01:43 PM��Love the Transformers List.

My all time favorite was Sideswipe, who was totally dised on screen time in the movie.

I would have included his brother Sun Streaker and Bluestreak.

Skywarp and Ramjet were my favorite planes.

And who doesn't love ryming Wheelie.

Posted By: Sneaky Ninja Jr (Guest) �on�June 30, 2009 at 02:34 PM��"I used to be incredibly jealous of any kid that owned Omega Supreme growing up.

That and the G.I.

Joe U.S.S.

Flagg aircraft carrier." Man I still want that USS Flagg.

And I gotta find Over the Top on the cheap now after seeing that glorious trailer.

Posted By: Mark (Guest) �on�June 30, 2009 at 03:05 [email protected]: Astrotrain fans unite baby! I might have to make a t-shirt or something.

@Paco: You are always solid for a laugh from me.

@The Great Captain: Even funnier; I could see it happening! @Todd: My crown jewel was my "fully assembled" Death Star that housed all sorts of battles.

@Rich: I have to say I have a ping of jealousy.

I'm not kidding.


@Sneaky: Wheelie! Man, memories are flooding back.

@Mark: True story.

Over the Top is $5 at Suncoast right now.

I saw that and was like **SCOOP!** Posted By: stevethegoose (Registered) �on�June 30, 2009 at 04:37 PM��I still have the tank/jet/robot triple changer.

Cant remember his name.

I too can remember opening my first transformer.

I saved every penny for optimus prime and still have him over 20 years later.

Soundwave was my favorite decepticon as well but not my favorite transformer.

Still goes to prime.

Posted By: Triple changer (Guest) �on�June 30, 2009 at 06:12 PM��10- inferno 9- fortress maximus, big ass playset/toy 8- skywarp 7- wreck-gar 6- the stunticons 5- soundwave 4- jetfire 3- sunstreak 2- sideswiper 1- megatron, my first transformer toy (takara version) Posted By: miloytheman (Guest) �on�June 30, 2009 at 08:39 PM��Lets see......humongous tits on display, and all you fan boys can talk about are freakin' Transformers!?!?! I just don't know what to say.....

Posted By: I'm Right!!! (Guest) �on�July 05, 2009 at 12:25 AM�,-Bombs,-and-Blockbusters-Movie-News-Report-6.30.09.htm
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