With two robot-related summer blockbusters hitting theaters one month apart, there was bound to be some competition. In one corner you had Terminator Salvation, directed by a guy whose ego is so large that he demands to be known simply as McG -- which, up until about a few months ago, a lot of folks thought was a special burger at McDonald's and not an actual person. Then, of course, we have Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, directed by Michael Bay. I think it's safe to say that most of you are already aware of the fact that Bay comes off as if he were hand-picked by God at the beginning of time to teach us lowly citizens of earth the true definition of awesome.
Naturally, the scene was set for a ginormous Clash of the Egos -- and already each man has taken a shot or two at the other one's, um, robots. Whose robots are really bigger? And does it even matter? Well, McG wants to put an end to this once and for all, and in a new interview with Men/Style, the director actually goes there. When asked about Bay, he says, "Michael Bay has a big c*ck. But I'd like to believe mine is bigger. If he's up for it, we can both reveal ourselves on the Spartacus steps at Universal and put the question to rest."
So wait, did McG really just challenge Michael Bay to a d*ck measuring contest? Something tells me such an event would have to be filmed with IMAX cameras in order to pick up the little details, if you know what I mean. The challenge is out there; the rest of the world shall now await Michael Bay's response.