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The actor has revealed he is 'not extremely well-endowed' in past interviews

DVD: GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra (Paramount)

Fair enough, GI Joe is a noisy, frenetic, CGI-laden blockbuster that exists to advertise a range of paramilitary toys, but compared to its peers (ie, the dreaded Transformers movies) it’s orchestrated with tremendous skill.

Retailers braced for record 'Mega Monday'

Go Go Hamsters, Transformers, Biscuit the animatronic dog, Sylvanian Families and the cuddly Gruffalo seem set to help online and traditional retailers to record sales today – dubbed "Mega Monday".

DVD: Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, For retail & rental, (Paramount)

Without wishing to overstate the case, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is the pretentious, nonsensical, sexist, jingoistic, militaristic, CGI-dependent, product- placement-packed, hectically edited, punishingly loud, wearyingly long, eye-wateringly expensive and phenomenally profitable exemplar of everything that is most repulsive about Hollywood today.

'Uncharted 2' leads game award nominations

Sony's adventure blockbuster 'Uncharted 2: Among Thieves' has seized a leading eight nominations for this year's Video Game Awards, Spike TV announced.

The best films never made

David Lean's Nostromo? Michael Powell's The Tempest? As Brighton's Cine City film festival celebrates the best movies that never made it to the screen, Emma Love explores why some projects just don't get finished

'Poopless Pets' set to be top dog for Christmas

Argos have announced their predictions for the best selling toys this Christmas - which include a talking hamster and an electronic kitten.

Ian Rankin: Think inside the box

The crime novelist Ian Rankin is preparing to release his first graphic novel, but, says Rob Sharp, he's not the only contemporary author to test his mettle on the pages of a comic book

Trinny Woodall: My last binge with three friends, all now dead

Makeover queen Trinny Woodall reveals to Nina Lakhani how alcohol and drugs once ruled her life, and how she fought back

Games Review: Transformers:
Revenge of the Fallen

PS3, Xbox 360, from £39.99

Shia LaBeouf drops Transformers 3 hint

Shia LaBeouf says a third Transformers film would be "darker" than the first two movies.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Michael Bay, 147 mins, (12A)<br>Gigantic, Matt Aselton, 97 mins, (15)

A mindless muddle of good bots, bad bots and dodgy politics

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, Michael Bay , 147 mins, (12A)

Starring Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel, John Turturro

Gisele Bündchen: The charmed life of the mega-model

There are supermodels &ndash; and there is Gisele Bündchen. How did the girl from Brazil become the biggest star in fashion history? Harriet Walker unzips her extraordinary career

Tom Sutcliffe: The matter of facts in fiction

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