Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Wheeljack94, Jul 18, 2011.
TF 07 is going to premier on cartoon network if anybody cares.
after it been on other networks for years and all of the good stuff will be gone for little billy
Wasn't it on Syfy about 2 years back?
Yeah. It's Saturday, July 23rd at 6:00 PM. Meh... If anything I'm more interested in the Lego Star Wars Special that airs before it.
I'm curious to see how bad it's been censored.
If anything, the censoring would probably make the movie better, IMO.
Uhm... yet The Hub isn't showing it? Seems like it would make good prime time fodder similar to how Spike replays the Star Wars movies over and over.
I have it on blu ray.
*yawn* Not really much of a premiere when the movie's been out for a few years now, in my opinion.
That's is going to be one heavily censored version.
TNT censored all the peeing parts, which is a bit ridiculous. just wait until ROTF comes to tv, that will be censored like crazy.
It was one CTV like two years and ABC a year ago.
Transformers the Movie on Cartoon Network
Transformers the movie will be on the cartoon network this weekend on Saturday at 6:00pm.
Does that mean that the cartoon network within the future will show other transformer cartoons?
Is this just by chance or am I just jumping to conclusions, too quickly?
Lets see how far they go with the editing.
Ever since they butchered their airing of Superman: Doomsday I don't trust them when it comes to action movies.
EDIT: Damn you America. Just... damn you.
We'll see what happens.
Different set of rights, different set of circumstances.
CN is probably airing it because Turner spent a buttload of cash to air it on TNT several weeks ago. Part of the rights package was to allow it on any Turner network I bet.
Considering Hub is still around, with a Transformers series still in production, don't expect Cartoon Network to start getting chummy with Hasbro over this.
As am I.
There would probably be only be about an hour's worth of "suitable" content.
yeah most likely
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