HOLLYWOOD - The nation's number one movie is Steven Spielberg's Transformers: Dark Side of The Moon.
The film which stars Shia LaBeouf, Josh Duhamel, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is doing so well that the movie executives are already planning on the next Transformers film.
Shia Lebeouf who stars as Sam Witwicky said that he is so happy at the movies success that he went out and bought himself a pair of shark skin boots for $400, a gold plated iPod valued at $3,000, and a 2012 Lamborghini Murcielago priced at $354,000.
He said that he drove his new car down to La Habra and picked out 50 homeless people at random and bought them each a McDonald's Happy Meal.
Josh Duhamel who portrays Lt. Colonel William Lennox said that he has not been this happy since he filmed the movie New York I Love You and the sequel Boston I Hate You.
Duhamel said that he was so excited he went out and purchased 700 scratch off lottery tickets at a total of $7,000. When asked how much he ended up winning he replied that the total amount that he scratched off came out to $7,035, for a profit of $35.
He said that he plans to donate the $35 to his friend Charlie Sheen's Therapy Sessions Fund.
Meanwhile the film's female star Rosie Huntington-Whiteley who stars as Carly Spencer said that she is so ecstatic that she went down to Santa Monica beach, took off all of her clothes and ran in the sand totally naked for ten minutes.
She said that it was 3:30 in the morning so there was no one around. Rosie said that she did receive a text message from Megan Fox, whom she had replaced in the movie.
Fox was fired by the motion picture's Executive Producer Steven Spielberg due to her making dozens of Nazi knock knock jokes which offended a lot of the Jewish people associated with the movie such as the financial backers, the attorneys, the accountants, the make up artists, and the caterers.
Megan is so angry that she has threatened to hire the west coast's top lawyer who deals with cases of a humorous nature. When asked who that might be she responded by saying that she is talking about none other than the infamous Hawaiian Gardens-based attorney Brocco "Bozo The Clown" Obremski.
Obremski recently represented Droogi "Lava Feet" Lancefield in the infamous Droogi Lancefield Vs. The State of California in the Mount St. Papaya Volcanic Eruption Case of 2002.
Obremski did win the case but it was later overturned by a Federal judge on the grounds that on the day of the volcanic eruption Lancefield was actually in West Pocomoke, Delaware visiting his great grandmother Omelette McTavish on her 103 birthday.
In other news. Oprah Winfrey has stated that the rumor that her and her BFF Gayle King will be moving to New York state so that they can get married is absolutely false. The former talk show queen pointed out for the 900th time that her and Gayle are not into 'belly bumping.'