So the good news is that shortly following the Superbowl commercial for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, all of us will then be able to rush over to our computers and watch it again online (according to Michael Bay, that is). In a new message over on his blog, Bay says this of the much-anticipated premiere: "The Super Bowl spot is coming Sunday in the third Quarter (few minutes into the quarter slot). The spot will be online a few minutes after that - The full length teaser trailer will only be on Friday the Thirteenth. It will not hit the internet until a week later. The Teaser really only teases stuff - I'm holding so much stuff back from the final trailers because I personally hate going to movies where you have seen it all." God, it's like reading from a third-graders fanboy journal. But anyway ...

... aside from the fact that a producer screws up his own film's title (it's Friday the 13th, not Thirteenth), did you see the part when he says -- and I quote -- "It will not hit the internet until a week later." No, not the Superbowl ad; he's talking about the teaser trailer in front of Friday the 13th that, for whatever stupid corporate reason, they're holding for ONE WHOLE WEEK before putting it online. Guess what that means, folks. Yup, YouTube. This site, along with several others, will be forced to chuck up some cruddy bootlegged version of the Transformers 2 teaser so that our readers (aka you) are satisfied.