Another day, another round-up of clips and trailers for your viewing pleasure! Today, let's take a look a new trailers for 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' and 'Cars 2' (both with which, rather appropriately, premiered during the Daytona 500) as well as a clip from the indie flick 'Hesher,' starring Joseph Gordon Levitt and Natalie Portman, which will be making its way to SXSW in a couple of weeks. Let's start with the biggest and work our way down, shall we?

'Transformers: Dark of the Moon,' the third adventure of those wacky automobile robots, has at least one thing going for it: it looks huge, massive on a scale that dwarfs the last two films in this series, both of which felt absurdly huge themselves. It's difficult to imagine anything that would get us excited about this series again following the debacle that was 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,' but the treatment of this latest entry as a strict "alien invasion movie" works like gangbusters (at least in the advertising).

This 30-second spot isn't too different from the ad that ran at the Superbowl, but there seems to be enough new stuff to make it worth a half-minute of your time. Check it out (as well as the footage from 'Cars 2' and 'Hesher') after the jump!
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