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IDW Lost Light #1 - Release Date and Orbital Comics Signing by Roberts, Lawrence Scheduled

Date: Wednesday, November 16th 2016 10:34pm CST
Categories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News
Posted by: D-Maximus_Prime | Credit(s): Orbital Comics

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With the first preview for Optimus Prime released and Till All Are One coming out next week, we bring you news on the third IDW Transformers ongoing in the form of the release date as well as a chance get the first issue signed by the writer and artist!

That's right folks. Lost Light #1 is set to be released on December 14, a little under a month away. Lost Light will pick up where issue 55 of More Than Meets The Eye left off, and will serve as a "season 3" to the series, a similar pattern that Transformers: Prime went through with Beast Hunters. To go along with the release of the first issue, James Roberts and Jack Lawrence will be visiting Orbital Comics that Friday, December 16, to sign issues of Lost Light from 5 to 7pm.

Orbital comics is located in London, and the address is: 8 Great Newport Street, London WC2H 7JA.

You can read the description that Orbital Comics provided below, and stay tuned! We can expect a preview of the first issue to be coming up very shortly!

To celebrate the release of Transformers: Lost Light #1, Orbital Comics is pleased to welcome writer James Roberts and artist Jack Lawrence to the store!

They will be signing copies of the comic on Friday December 16th, from 5-7pm.

Also, while you’re in store, check out our gallery, featuring an exhibition of artwork from Jack Lawrence.


Transformers News: IDW Lost Light #1 - Release Date and Orbital Comics Signing by Roberts, Lawrence Scheduled

Transformers: The Last Knight Isabela Moner on Filming with Michael Bay

Date: Sunday, November 13th 2016 10:20am CST
Categories: Live Action Movie News, People News, Interviews
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): JustJaredJr

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Via JustJaredJr, we have a glimpse at an account from Transformers: The Last Knight cast member Isabela Moner, as shown in her interview in Girls' Life, of her experience filming with director Michael Bay, the rest of the cast, and her approach to the movie's demands. Check out the snippet below, and head to find the magazine if you want to read more!

Isabela Moner had quite the eventful first day on Transformers: The Last Knight!

Chatting with Girl’s Life mag, Isabela dished on the very first scene she shot for the upcoming flick.

Director Michael Bay greeted her with this: “Welcome! Today you’re going to put out a fire. Do you know how to use a fire extinguisher?”

Good thing she could!

“Michael lit this huge fire so I could practice, and kept shouting, ‘You have to get closer! Closer! You’re not in the shot yet!’” Isabela shares in the December/January issue. “All I could think was, ‘My face is going to melt off!’”

Another scene found Isabela sprinting while hauling three huge para-chute bags. “I grabbed them and I ran through the scene with all this wind blowing in my face and dust getting in my eyes and smoke and things on fire. When I finished it, it was just the most amazing feeling to know that I’d done it.”

Pick up Isabela‘s Girl’s Life cover on news stands on November 15th!

Transformers Design Team (RID, TR, Generations) Interview

Date: Sunday, November 13th 2016 10:14am CST
Categories: Toy News, People News, Interviews
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): GeekDad.com

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Karen Walsh of GeekDad/Mom.com was able to have a fairly lengthy conversation with the current Hasbro Transformers designing team, from John Warden to Ben Montano, via Sean Carmine Isabella and Louis de Armas, and talked about a range of topics concerning was goes into the planning, designing and marketing of the current lines, their trends, and what the people behind the robots see of the toyline. You can check out some snippets below, or head here for the full read!

Throughout the interview, the team’s dedication to the characters and the stories was inspiring. To this team, products are more than the end result, they are a labor of love and a passion. Mr. Warden continued by telling me that his plan for the designs “depends on the toy line and where they start. My work on Generations might not be the same as for Titans Return. Although Generations and Titans Return are playing with characters from the late ’80s, these characters are really resonating with new and old fans, so we’re trying to keep in that universe. We want to look at the range of fans and at characters’ universal appeals. We have to choose characters based on not just popularity but also purpose into the line.” It’s this commitment to both the toys as an item as well as the stories within the Transformers universe that was ultimately inspiring.

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Whether it’s the play pattern, the names, or the colors, the integration of these multiple factors matters. Sean Carmine Isabella shared, “we want it to good look, but the biggest challenge is to not put a barrier in the play patterns. Play pattern starts with the core audience, so we talk to the age range. We look at what TV shows they’re watching, what cartoons they’re watching. We want to see what’s speaking to kids today.” Ben Montano follows up by noting that the different age ranges “definitely complicates things. The duality [of both toy and consumer are] what makes us unique.” Mr. Carmine Isabella shared that the integrative approach matters because “it’s a back and forth process. We’ll think about the colors and if it doesn’t make sense with the story backroad then it’s not going to work. The kids need to be able to connect to it.”

Transformers Bumblebee 2018 Movie Looking for Director

Date: Friday, November 11th 2016 4:23pm CST
Categories: Live Action Movie News, People News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): Deadline

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Seibertronian board admin Burn has pointed us towards some fresh news about the 2018 Bumblebee movie planned by Paramount as part of the their shared universe with Transformers - and beyond, given the the recent trends: according to Deadline, the script for the spin-off exists, written by Christina Hodson (one of the many writers in the Goldmans Writers' Room), and the studio are currently looking for a director! Find out more below, and join the discussion in the Energon Pub.

EXCLUSIVE: Paramount Pictures is getting closer to liftoff on Bumblebee, the first spinoff of its billion dollar Transformers franchise, this one based on a popular character in the series. The studio finally has a script it’s sweet on, and will shortly go out to directors. This comes after Paramount and Michael Bay assembled a “writers room” constructed of his scribes who fleshed out the Hasbro universe. A late addition to that program, Christina Hodson, is the scribe who cracked the spinoff and turned in a script that will make it possible for Paramount to mount the film for 2018. Hodson was one of three female writers (Lindsey Beer and Geneva Robertson-Dworet were the others) who joined a group of male scribes in the writers room in summer 2015, as they set out to hatch ideas to expand the mythology of the universe. The next sequel, Transformers 5, is directed by Michael Bay and scripted by Ken Nolan and Iron Man scribes Art Marcum & Matt Holloway. It hits theaters June 23, 2017, while Bumblebee has been dated for June 8, 2018.

At a time when Hollywood is looking for voices beyond the male scribes that usually dominate the action space, the emergence of Hodson as the scripter of such a large scale film is very encouraging. The scribe, half Asian and raised in London, started as a development executive. Since transitioning to screenwriting four years ago, she has quickly become a sought after scribe for muscular, female-driven stories in traditionally male-dominated genres. Hodson has the Farren Blackburn-directed thriller Shut In, with Naomi Watts and Jacob Tremblay starring for EuropaCorp and Lava Bear, and the Denise DiNovi directed erotic thriller Unforgettable, with Rosario Dawson, Katherine Heigl, and Whitney Cummings starring for Warner Bros next year.

She has hit the Black List with scripts three different times since turning to writing four years ago. One of those, her spec The Eden Project, sold in a splashy deal to Sony and Material Pictures. She has scripted a reboot of The Fugitive for Warner Bros and producer Arnold Kopelson, and is writing for Warner Bros and DC Entertainment an untitled feature set in that DC universe. Hodson is also writing a female-centric action epic for Nina Jacobson at Fox 2000, and has just cracked television, adapting the Japanese crime novel Out as a potential series for AMC. Hodson is represented by CAA, Kaplan/Perrone Ent. and Ziffren Brittenham.

Transformers: The Last Knight Reshoots at Paramount, with Bumblebee and Isabela Moner

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Reshoots at Paramount, with Bumblebee and Isabela Moner
Date: Tuesday, November 8th 2016 7:09am CST
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Rumors, People News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): Instagram, ISabela Moner

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Instagram user PCHxRunners have posted a couple of shots of the new Camaro vehicle for Bumblebee, as will be seen in Transformers: The Last Knight, currently sat in the backlot of Paramount - which might say nothing, if cast member Isabela Moner hadn't also posted on Snapchat about her changing into her character again for some more Bumblebee-ing. Check out the images below!

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Reshoots at Paramount, with Bumblebee and Isabela Moner

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Reshoots at Paramount, with Bumblebee and Isabela Moner

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Reshoots at Paramount, with Bumblebee and Isabela Moner

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Reshoots at Paramount, with Bumblebee and Isabela Moner

Guido Guidi Retro Transformers Artwork Now Available on Pyramid International

Transformers News: Guido Guidi Retro Transformers Artwork Now Available on Pyramid International
Date: Monday, November 7th 2016 5:59pm CST
Categories: People News, Collectables, Store News
Posted by: D-Maximus_Prime | Credit(s): Pyramid International, Guido Guidi

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Artist Guido Guidi has let us know via his Facebook page that some new artwork that he has drawn up is now up for sale at Pyramid International! Guidi has called these works "Hasbro Transformers G1 Retro Posters" and they feature Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Megatron, Starscream, and Shockwave! You can find the new posters by clicking on the link above and you can check out these posters below! The actual posters will size either 40 x 40 cm, 60 x 80 cm, and 61 x 91.5 cm.

Transformers News: Guido Guidi Retro Transformers Artwork Now Available on Pyramid International

Transformers News: Guido Guidi Retro Transformers Artwork Now Available on Pyramid International

Transformers News: Guido Guidi Retro Transformers Artwork Now Available on Pyramid International

Vincent Jerome joins Transformers 5 The Last Knight cast

Transformers News: Vincent Jerome joins Transformers 5 The Last Knight cast
Date: Monday, October 31st 2016 9:21am CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, People News
Posted by: Bronzewolf | Credit(s): Vincent Jerome's Instagram

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Coming fresh from his Instagram, we have confirmation that Vincent Jerome will be joining the Last Knight cast!

The British actor is known for roles in Gangsters, Guns and Zombies as well as the upcoming film The Few, a project heavily publicized this past weekend at the London MCM Comic Con.

Jerome posted a photo of Himself with an autobot logo along with the photo of Optimus Prime from TLK on Thursday, with the caption
I'm proud to announce I'll be appearing in next summer's Hollywood Blockbuster Transformers The Last Knight.

At this time it is unknown what part Jerome will be playing, and if he was on set at all during principal filming, but stay tuned to Seibertron.com for all the latest TLK updates!

Steve Jablonsky Possible Transformers: The Last Knight 'Prime' Track

Transformers News: Steve Jablonsky Possible Transformers: The Last Knight 'Prime' Track
Date: Monday, October 31st 2016 3:00am CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Rumors, People News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): Steve Jablonsky

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We reported here that composer Steve Jablonsky may be once again involved in the music side of Paramount's latest Transformers: The Last Knight movie. Now, his Twitter account shows another clue in the rumour puzzle: a possible revised version of the Prime track from Revenge of the Fallen's score! Check out the image below, and speculate away in the Energon Pub.

Transformers News: Steve Jablonsky Possible Transformers: The Last Knight 'Prime' Track

Transformers: The Last Knight Thank You Video

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Thank You Video
Date: Thursday, October 27th 2016 1:16pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, People News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): TLK Social Media, Michael Bay

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Is it over over for the filming of Transformers: The Last Knight? (Yes.) Director Michael Bay has taken to his own social media to thank cast and crew and London, as he heads back to the US, but the rest of the cast, from Anthony Hopkins, Mark Wahlberg, Josh Duhamel to Santiago Cabrera and Laura Haddock, also took some time to thank the shooting location, its people and more. Check out the video below!

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Thank You Video

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Thank You Video



IDW Artist Andrew Griffith Attending Shanghai Comic Con 2016

Transformers News: IDW Artist Andrew Griffith Attending Shanghai Comic Con 2016
Date: Thursday, October 27th 2016 7:05am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Event News, People News
Posted by: Dr Va'al | Credit(s): Shanghai Comic Con

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We're reminded that next weekend - 5-6 November - is time for Shanghai Comic Con, and Tranformers artist Andrew Griffith, from IDW's The Transformers and multiple more, will be attending as a guest. Check out more info here and below!

Andrew Griffith is a freelance comic book artist, designer and illustrator currently working on Transformers comics for IDW Publishing.

After he did well enough to arrive on IDW’s radar, he was brought on as an inker and fill-in artist on prequel comics for the film “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” and the critically acclaimed mini-series “Last Stand of the Wreckers.”

He is best known for his own mini-series to illustrate, a prequel comic to the “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” film. Griffith also has worked on various projects for Hasbro, illustrated Transformers DVD covers for Shout! Factory, and contributed professional work on properties including G.I. Joe, TMNT and Back To The Future. Griffith’s pencils can currently be seen in the IDW Publishing’s Ongoing Transformers series, “Robots in Disguise.”

More information:

IDW Publishing:http://www.idwpublishing.com/

Deviant Art: http://glovestudios.deviantart.com/

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