As a reminder, with “Supercharge Your Gift Card and Cash Too,” Hasbro is rewarding consumers who spend $20 or more in gift cards (or cash) on select Hasbro toys and games with one of more than twenty FREE Hasbro toys and games valued at $10 or more. The promotion began on 12/25/10 and runs through 1/31/11. No matter what your kids are into, they’re sure to love receiving a little something extra from one of your favorite Hasbro brands, including TRANSFORMERS, G.I. JOE, MARVEL and STAR WARS! Check out the details at Hasbro.com.Posted in Toys and Collectibles on January 21st, 2011 by JediTricks
Archive for January, 2011
As we at TFV participate in Hasbro’s Transformers Q&A program, we’ve been invited to ask this Friday, January 21st, 1 question of the TF: Prime production teams. This is an exciting opportunity, but only 1 question about the newest Transformers show means we need to figure out what’s the best question to ask. And fast! So please participate in the TF:Prime Q&A thread we’ve got going on, and check back for the answer on February 7th.Posted in Entertainment, Hasbro Q&A on January 18th, 2011 by JediTricks
The L.A. Times has an interview with Transformers 3 director Micheal Bay, in which he discusses the upcoming Transformers film, as well as his thoughts on Revenge of the Fallen.
“It was kind of a mess, wasn’t it?” an unsmiling Bay said of the 2009 film, which was far from a flop — it grossed a potent $836 million worldwide, finishing third for the year behind only “Avatar” and the sixth “Harry Potter” movie. But the director still talks about the blockbuster in tones of regret. “Look, the movie had some good things in it and it was entertaining and it did very well, but it also failed in some key ways. I learned from it. And now with this third movie we’re going back to basics and I absolutely believe this is going to be a much better film than the second one.”
Read the remainder of his thoughts here.Posted in Entertainment on January 16th, 2011 by andersonh1
Happy New Year! For the past 3 weeks, we’ve been reviewing 2010 in Transformers, and it’s still an ongoing discussion. So come on in and share your opinions with us. Who are your favorite figures from this year and why? Click here to check out TFV’s 2010 Year in Review.Posted in Site News, Toys and Collectibles on January 1st, 2011 by JediTricks