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Tyrese Gibson Talks TF:RofT

Transformers News: Tyrese Gibson Talks TF:RofT
Date: Saturday, December 20th 2008 10:38am CST
Categories: Interviews, Media, Movie News, People News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.movieweb.com

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The movies website Movie Web recently caught up with actor Tyrese Gibson, better known as sgt. Epps from the Michael Bay Transformers movies. The actor sat down and talked about his role in the upcoming Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

"Yes, my character has been upgraded to Master Sergeant Epps. I am the top dog in the air force. I am a master sergeant. I am bringing on way more air strikes. Michael Bay really beefed up my presence in this sequel. I was really happy about that. Just being on the set with all of my cast members really made me feel like we'd created a family union. I think we created something that is really special. The fans out there really showed up and made us feel appreciated for what we did. It felt good to be working on something that the world is waiting to see".

"No. I can't. I'm sorry. It's all secrets. Its way more robots. There are a whole bunch of new robots that the world is going to be introduced to. There is going to be way more action sequences. All of the stuff that goes on is really insane. What I love the most? I can purposely say this. I have never done nothing in my life, or been a part of anything in my life, where I feel like ever man, woman, and child in the world is going to see something that I've been in. And it's a lot of pressure. It is something...I don't know. It's just a lot of pressure. It's like someone telling you that, while it might be a messed up comparison, a tsunami is going to hit in seven months. And you can see the tsunami before it comes. How do you prepare for that? That's how I look at Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. It is just so big, and just so gargantuan. It is just really amazing. I am glad to be a part of it. Michael Bay is amazing. Spielberg, Shia, Josh, Megan. Also, you guys should be looking out for Matthew Marsden. He is a British actor. He was the head of the UK forces that are tied into the film. It is going to be pretty crazy. I want to leave you with this fan hotline number, because I am so hands on. I communicate with my fans directly. I have a number, and it's free. I am not making any money on it. Nor are the fans charged for calling. The phone number is (818) 287-8968. It is just full throttle communications with the fans. They can reach out and make whatever suggestions they want to make. Or whatever. I am always looking to better myself in all areas".

Audio Interview with Marty Isenberg

Transformers News: Audio Interview with Marty Isenberg
Date: Friday, December 12th 2008 7:22am CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Interviews, People News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.cvcomics.com

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An audio interview has appeared on the site of www.cvcomics.com with Marty Isenberg, the story editor of Transformers: Animated.

Although the concept of the interview was to talk about the development in cartoon storywriting. A bigger part of the podcast is about the storywriting on Transformers: Animated.

Also catch last weeks audio interview with Robots in Disguise voice actor Neil Kaplan, who was the voice of Optimus Prime on that show.

CBR Talks MAX Dinobots with Simon Furman

Transformers News: CBR Talks MAX Dinobots with Simon Furman
Date: Wednesday, December 10th 2008 11:04pm CST
Categories: Comic Book News, Interviews, People News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Comic Book Resources

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So much anticipation and waiting has gone into this long awaited story arc, it's no surprise that everyone wants to know what's going to happen.

Comic Book Resources got a chance to talk with Transformers writing master, Simon Furman, and poked to get more good spoilers out of the author from the upcoming MAXIMUM Dinobots comic series. Remaining true to his tease but don't spoil modus operandi, Mr. Furman gave some info that doesn't kill the story, but may make alot of readers happy.

“You really can just pick up issue #1 and jump right in,” Furman confirmed. “Everything you need to know is right there in the five-issue series. Honest.”

This comment comes from the question of where this story arc ties into. Yes the ground work was laid in various Spotlights such as Shockwave and Grimlock, but this series can stand on its own for those of us who didn't get into all those prior arcs.

If you didn't already know, MAX Dinobots hit comic store shelves today.

Read the rest of what Mr. Furman had to say by clicking here.

Auto Assembly's Simon Plumbe Interview

Transformers News: Auto Assembly's Simon Plumbe Interview
Date: Tuesday, December 9th 2008 6:41pm CST
Categories: Event News, Interviews, People News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Nordic Transfans Association

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Our friends over at the Nordic Trans Fan Association have posted an exclusive interview with Simon Plumbe, co-creator of the UK's biggest Transformers convention, Auto Assembly.

NTFA's BigPete asked some direct questions regarding guests that attended Auto Assembly 2008, projected and confirmed guests for AA 2009, what we can expect from the next convention and whether or not HASBRO UK will play a bigger in the event.

Auto Assembly 2009 is already set for August 15th and 16th with Ian James Corlett (Cheetor) confirmed as first Guest Of Honor. View complete details on Auto Assembly here.

Check out the complete interview by clicking here.

Brian Goldner Q&A

Transformers News: Brian Goldner Q&A
Date: Friday, December 5th 2008 10:04pm CST
Categories: Company News, Interviews, Media, Movie News, People News, Toy News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.wizarduniverse.com

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Wizard has put an exclusive interview up on their site with Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner, that was conducted by ToyFare. Goldner answer questions in regards to his work and the Transformers Movie and GI Joe movie franchise. The relationship between Hasbro and Hollywood. And what the future might hold.

You read the complete interview at the following link.

"Well at Hasbro, we are very focused on reimagining and reinventing Hasbro brands. For some of our properties, getting our brands onto the big screen was an early objective of ours as we began to work to turn the company around back in the early 2000s. The brand that we had first in mind for this was G.I. Joe, then Transformers. It just turns out that Transformers got to the big screen before G.I. Joe".

Member Spotlight: Sledge

Transformers News: Member Spotlight:  Sledge
Date: Monday, December 1st 2008 8:04pm CST
Categories: Interviews, People News
Posted by: Stormrider | Credit(s): Seibertron

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This month's Member Spotlight takes us across the big pond to the UK. Seibertron ponderer, Sledge, gives us the British perspective on collecting Transformers. Sledge reveals all - from the woes to the heydays; to the juicy scandals that tinge Transformers collectors in the UK. Sledge also gives us tips on Fan Fiction writing and then uses his sorcery to make predictions about the upcoming Transformers movie.

Stormrider: Top to the morning to you governor. So Sledge, what has it been like collecting Transformers in the U.K.?

Sledge: I think the expression is something like “it’s often been a headache, but it’s never been a bore.” ....

Don't miss out. Read the rest of the interview here.

Isabel Lucas talks Revenge of the Fallen and stunts

Transformers News: Isabel Lucas talks Revenge of the Fallen and stunts
Date: Wednesday, November 19th 2008 2:32pm CST
Categories: Interviews, Movie News, People News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): LA Times

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The Los Angeles Times blog section The Dish Rag, has posted a very brief interview, of sorts, where Isabel Lucas tells us of some of the action sequences she was involved in during the filming of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.

"The role for me was not, necessarily, involving that many stunts, but it was quite a physical role." Stated the Australian actress, who then went on to describe a scene in which her character, Alice, is lifted to a rooftop via a body harness. We reported here of a possible rumor/ spoiler for her character, which "jumping" onto a rooftop may support.

See the mini interview for your self by clicking here.

Subtle's "Doseone" to do Transformers Webisodes

Transformers News: Subtle's "Doseone" to do Transformers Webisodes
Date: Wednesday, November 5th 2008 3:00pm CST
Categories: Cartoon News, Interviews, People News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Pitchforkmedia.com

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A while back, Seibertron.com reported that new Transformers webisodes may be in works. Now it appears that they will become a reality.

According to a report by Pitchfork Media, the lead singer of the group Subtle will be doing the music for them.

Through his father, a longtime employee of Hasbro, Drucker has partnered with the toymakers to work up some music for Flash-animated webisodes of "Transformers" and "Action Man". Those will debut through the fall and winter, with more to follow in due time.

Keep checking back here for more information on the release of these webisodes.

To view the original article on this, click here.

Neil Kaplan on RVD Radio with Seibertron's own, Autobot420

Transformers News: Neil Kaplan on RVD Radio with Seibertron's own, Autobot420
Date: Wednesday, October 29th 2008 11:59pm CDT
Categories: Interviews, People News, Site Articles
Posted by: Fender Bender | Credit(s): Autobot420

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Thanks to a tip from Seibertron.com member, Autobot420, we have found out about an interview happening tonight on the radio that many may want to listen to. The one and only voice of Robots in Disguise Optimus Prime, Neil Kaplan, will be a guest on RVD radio hosted by former Professional Wrestling star, Rob Van Dam.

Topics will include Halloween, Ghost Stories, Spirituality, Hollywood, RVD TV and Pro Wrestling. The episode will air TONIGHT from 6-8 Pacific, 9-11 Eastern. Apparently you can call (347) 308 8754 to share your ghost encounters, or in our case there is no reason we can't ask Neil about his work on Transformers.

To listen to the show online, click here.

Update:

The replay of the show is now available. The primary topic of the night was Halloween and ghost stories, but things got a little side tracked as Transformers were brought into the discussion by board member Autobot420.

Autobot420's call begins at around the 38 minute mark with his own ghost story, then in about 10 minutes the topic changes, bringing Neil Kaplan into the fray.

To listen to Rob Van Dam, Neil Kaplan, and Autobot420 talk about Seibertron.com and Transformers, click here and choose #4.

Neil Kaplan on RVD radio with Seibertron's own, Autobot420

Transformers News: Neil Kaplan on RVD radio with Seibertron's own, Autobot420
Date: Wednesday, October 29th 2008 5:29am CDT
Categories: Interviews, People News, Site Articles
Posted by: Fender Bender | Credit(s): Autobot420

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Thanks to a tip from Seibertron.com member, Autobot420, we have found out about an interview happening tonight on the radio that many may want to listen to. The one and only voice of Robots in Disguise Optimus Prime, Neil Kaplan, will be a guest on RVD radio hosted by former Professional Wrestling star, Rob Van Dam.

Topics will include Halloween, Ghost Stories, Spirituality, Hollywood, RVD TV and Pro Wrestling. The episode will air TONIGHT from 6-8 Pacific, 9-11 Eastern. Apparently you can call (347) 308 8754 to share your ghost encounters, or in our case there is no reason we can't ask Neil about his work on Transformers.

To listen to the show online, click here.

Update, the replay of the show is now available. The primary topic of the night was Halloween and ghost stories, but things got a little side tracked as Transformers were brought into the discussion by board member Autobot420.

Autobot420's call begins at around the 38 minute mark with his own ghost story, then in about 10 minutes the topic changes, bringing Neil Kaplan into the fray.

To listen to Rob Van Dam, Neil Kaplan, and Autobot420 talk about Seibertron.com and Transformers, click here and choose #4.

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