Some more news from Paramount's official YouTube account, as they share a clip of a wrap up party ..for the vehicles involved in the filming of Transformers: The Last Knight. That's correct, the cars used for the alt-modes of Bumblebee, Crosshairs and Barricade had a bit of fashionable shindig, with photo ops but no comment. Check out 'The Last Night' clip below!
Via the Snakas toy blog, we have another potential look at the new Transformers: The Last Knight Optimus Prime figure - supposedly a voyager class toy, but more on that in a second - that we saw revealed in the colour test the other day. This new image seems to show the figure next to the Age of Extinction/Lost Age Leader class toy of Optimus in his knightly garb, so as far as we're concerned, the news is just adding confusion to the size matter. Still, check it out below!
It looks like the design leak has not been plugged, as we have a fresh new image for the new Transformers: The Last Knight toyline, in the possible form (treat this as rumour until we know better) of leader of the Autobots Optimus Prime! The design shares some features with the Age of Extinction look, but looks a lot more streamlined in robot mode - check it out mirrored below from a variety of sources, and let us know what you think in the Energon Pub!
This week's update from the official Transformers Facebook page - even though most shooting for Transformers: The Last Knight is now over - comes in the form of one of the machines used in the physical effects for the movie, even with the presence of green screen around it. Michael Bay takes cast members Mark Wahlberg and Laura Haddock for a spin in the clip below, check it out!
We return once more to the wider cinematic universe that Paramount is looking to create with Hasbro, via Transformers first and foremost, but also the likes of MASK, GI Joe, and other franchises that will see live-action movies in the near future (Visionaries, anyone?). A fairly detailed reading, behind the paywall, of the Wall Street Journal, does some digging, but the main points that can be taken from the piece are as follows:
The writers' room (which we reported on multiple times) has plotted out a lot of mythos for the Transformers universe and beyond, and artists were brought in too. Their goal was to create an alternate history of earth and how thre have been ties to Cybertronian technology all along. Out of the group work, The Last Knight and the 2018 Bumblebee spin-off were chosen. The preparatory material has been printed into a hardcover book, but only distributed to 'insiders'.
Things work in five-year business plans, as confirmed by Hasbro's Brian Goldner.
Paramount are looking for a different director than Bay for the next movie - and that means the 2018 animated Bumblebee on. This does not mean that Bay is definitely out. Let's make that clear!
The elements started in Transformers Age of Extinction and now The Last Knight will spill over into possible GI Joe and MASK stories and plans, so we'll have to wait and see what those elements actually are!
Join in the discussion in the Energon Pub, and stay tuned to find out more as we do!
A number of Seibertronians have been sending us notifications about a new set of photos and a clip regarding the new Paramount live-action movie - Transformers: The Last Knight - and we went and got them mirrored for you below! The images are from filming in Surrey, UK, and we see knights clashing on the battlefield, and some trademark Michael Bay explosions in the mix. The clip, on the other hand, shows the director himself having a final word about the project, and teasing the arrival of a first trailer in November/December - plus the return of franchise veteran John Turturro. Check it all out below!
Seibertronians, it looks as though there wasn't just one tidbit of Transformers 5 news today. In a video posted to the official Transformers Movie Facebook that kind of flew under our radars, we get a look into the filming of TF5, with Soldiers, helicopters, Michael Bay himself, and a small cameo by Josh Duhamel and Santiago Cabrera. Considering news broke earlier that Principal Filming was completed, it's assumed this was filmed while the cast and crew where still on the Isle of Skye, Scotland, back in August. It also confirms again that Cabrera and Duhamel are in the same task force (or at least work together) in the still-unnamed military group.
Check it out below, and then tell us your thoughts in the comments! Is there some small detail we missed? Does this video make you want to see the movie any more or less? Please let us know!
The 2016 Brand Licensing Expo is on and Hasbro has a big display. For Transformers fans, the biggest take away so far are new character portraits based on what Megatron, Bumblebee and Optimus will look like in the upcoming Transformers: The Last Knight film. These are giant cardboard cut outs and they are very reminiscent of the character profiles from Age of Extinction promotional posters. These were found on arun09345's instagram page.
It begins. With New York Comic Con 2016 underway in the Big Apple, we have our first official product from the upcoming Paramount movie Transformers: The Last Knight, due in cinemas in summer 2017. The news comes from the Hollywood Reporter, who unveil the latest voice-changing helmet from Hasbro, of course modelled after the latest incarnation of Optimus Prime, though all we have so far is a simple image mirrored below. Stay tuned for more to come, possibly during the livestream from New York!
Transformers fans who have spent years wishing that they could roll out just like Autobot leader Optimus Prime get some good news this New York Comic Con, with Hasbro unveiling an Optimus Prime Voice Changer Helmet at the event to tie-in with next year's Transformers: The Last Knight release.
The helmet, which features 21 button-activated sounds and phrases from Transformers lore, will not be available until Spring 2017 but fans can see it in action — and more importantly, hear it in action as part of the #NYCCLive livestream at 1:15 p.m. ET Thursday.
The Voice Changer Helmet — the most sophisticated yet released by Hasbro — is the first announced collectible for next year's The Last Knight movie, which is currently in production for a June 23, 2017 release. Perhaps one of its phrases might explain what Optimus is doing hanging out with dragons in early promotional images for the movie…
New York Comic Con runs through Oct. 9 at the Javits Center and other locations in New York City.
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And so, it looks like the principal shooting for Paramount's latest project with Michael Bay, Transformers: The Last Knight, has ended its main shooting for at least the main human cast - though it looks like there may be some additional days for other aspects, all according to the original plan for ending on 15th October. Both the movie's official social media and cast member Isabela Moner have celebrated the event by posting images and thanks on their feeds - check out a couple below, featuring the cars in London and the humans Mark Wahlberg, Laura Haddock and Josh Duhamel!
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