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Director(s)

Darth Bay

Producer(s)
  • Steven Spielburger
Writer(s)

Darth Roger Eggbert

Starring
  • Darth Secret
  • Darth Evil (I)
  • Megan Fox (II)
  • Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (III)
  • Peter Cullen
  • Agent Smith
  • Clint Eastwood
  • Mark Ryan
  • John Turturro!
  • Tony the Tiger/
  • Leo the Lion (I)
  • Ian McDiarmid (III)
  • Nigga (II, III)
  • Mr. T (II, III)
  • Dracula (III)
  • Gary Oldman (II)
  • Matthew Wood (III)
Music by
  • Darth Reggae (I)
  • Linkin Park (II, III)
Distributor
  • Bionicle (II, III)
  • Paramount
  • DreamWorks
Released

2007, 2009, 2011

Runtime

Three Weeks

Budget

100 billion

Canon

Not anymore

Language

English, Spanish, Cybertronian

Era

AD

Preceded by
  • Star Wars Original Trilogy
  • Star Wars Prequel Trilogy
Followed by
  • Transformers Sequel Trilogy
  • Transformers Reboot Trilogy

The Star Wars Sequel Trilogy aka the Transformers film series is the third Star Wars trilogy. It primarily focuses on the Twansfoamas, a race of droids made by DroidShack. The first film was distributed only by DreamWorks and Paramount, but now the rights to all three films belong to Bionicle. These were made independently from the rest of the Star Wars films, and is considered to be worse than that other trilogy. These films were considered officially canon by George Lucas (for the sake of money, of course, similarly to later seasons of Sesame Street) for a short time and retain the original actors from the six prequels and then removed it from canon after the failure of Transformers 3. The series was directed by Darth Bay who plans to make a sequel trilogy and a Bionicle movie staring the cast from Twilight.[1]

FilmsEdit

Cast and CrewEdit

A dark grey cell indicates the character did not appear in the film. A red cell indicates the character appeared in a flashback. A green cell indicates the character was AWESOME in the movie.

Role Transformers Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Director Darth Bay Darth Bay Darth Bay
Producer Steven Spielburger Steven Spielburger Steven Spielburger
Music Darth Reggae Linkin Park Linkin Park
Ladiesman217 Shia LaBeouf Shia LaBeouf Shia LaBeouf
Megan Fox Darth Evil Darth Salsa
Optimus Prime Peter Cullen Peter Cullen Peter Cullen
Hugo Weaving Darth Megatron Darth Megatron Darth Galvatron Megatron
Darth Starscream Charlie Addlebrain Charlie Addlebrain Charlie Addlebrain
Soundwave Tony the Tiger Tony the Tiger
Barricade Leo the Lion Tony the Tiger
The Darth The Fallen Tony Todd Himself

Darth Blackout

Tony the Tiger
Scorponok Leo the Lion Tony the Tiger
Darth Bonecrusher Tony the Tiger Himself Himself
The Guy Who's Name Confuses Everyone Leo the Lion Darth Brooks
Madame Gasket Gene Simmons Gene Simmons
Darth Frenzy Himself Himself Himself
Bumblebee Should not be credited Himself Himself
Ironhide Clint Eastwood Clint Eastwood Clint Eastwood
Ratchet Robert Foxworth Should not be credited Robert Foxworth
Jizz CENSORED FOR THE SAKE OF BLACK PEOPLE CENSORED FOR THE SAKE OF BLACK PEOPLE
Rodney Copperbottom Obi-Wan Kenobi Obi-Wan Kenobi
Fender Robin Williams Robin Williams Robin Williams
Bender Himself Himself
Devastator Sort of in this film Tony the Tiger
Constructicons Tony the Tiger Tony the Tiger
Jetfire Mark Ryan Mark Ryan
Mudfo! THANK GOD! DAMMIT! BARLEY!
MC Paddington THANK GOD! DAMMIT! BARLEY!
Darth Doctor SpongeBob Squarepants
Albert Einstein Brain
Darth Vader James Earl Jones James Earl Jones James Earl Jones
Yoda Larry King King Larry Larry King
Alice Isabel Lucas (not George's daughter)
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Herself
Darth Unicron No No Sadly, no
The Predator Himself
Obi-Wan Kenobi Himself
Count Dookie Dracula
Emperor Palpy Ian McDiarmid
General Grievous Gary Oldman Matthew Wood
Seymour Simmons John Turturro! John Turturro! John Turturro!
Spock Sentinel Prime
Darth Shockwave John Cusack
Silverbolt Cleveland Brown


Notes and referencesEdit


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This article is called Star Wars Sequel Trilogy. Star Wars Sequel Trilogy has been written from a simple, Ric Olié point of view. A non-simple version of Star Wars Sequel Trilogy can be read on Darthipedia. Darthipedia is the Star Wars Humor Wiki.

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