Starting the week with a bang (as with most Michael Bay productions), we have a bit of a round-up of more Transformers: The Last Knight news from the past week or so that may have been missed between Stonehenge and Wahlberg interviews! Proceeding with order...
Between Tyrese Gibson, returning for the fifth movie, on Instagram and Mark Wahlberg on his own Twitter account, we have confirmation that the London portion of the filming is coming to an end, according to schedule - and they had a brief stop in Paris too.
Isabela Moner is clearly enjoying shooting this movie way too much, almost as much as the social media team who convinced Anthony Hopkins to play around with camera filters. I am not sure how to take this. It's mesmerizing.
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Emma Lambert, a fellow Transformers fan, was able to visit the set in London during filming, and has provided extensive coverage on her Twitter and Instagram feeds of the various vehicles for Hot Rod, Barricade, Bumblebee and the red MacLaren doing vehicle things, and a confirmation of the name of the Transformers Reaction Force (the one with the lambda/triangle symbol we've been seeing for a while).
Another fan, Arun09345, has been following the filming too, and kept their Instagram feed updated with images and clips of cameras being used on the Thames, and some Tower Bridge scenes from London, plus a slightly spoilery scene run-through for something big emerging from the river. Check them out below!
Are you guys ready for some more explosions? UK news site mail online has images showing Michael Bay filming Transformers 5 at Stonehenge and blowing it up. Of course, the blown up Stonehenge is a lifesize replica. You can see the shots below. That same Stonehenge site/scene also features Anthony Hopkins addressing a large being who is not there (until they add it later). This confirms that he is not voicing a character but actually present in flesh and blood in the film. About Stonehenge, Transformerscars has posted a rumour that the historic site acts as a portal/keyhole in the film and the key is the Excalibur sword we previously saw Mark Wahlberg holding. Also, at the filming location of Wiltshire, Mark Walhberg and Laura Haddock were seen running in military outfits. Enjoy all the bombastic images below and let us know if ever you come across more movie news!
Via the UK branch of the Metro newspaper (or at least its online incarnation) we have a new interview with Transformers: The Last Knight cast member Mark Wahlberg, who plays the returning Cade Yeager, and drops hints as to what we might expect in the fifth Michael Bay movie with the Cybertronians - from the recent Nazi set dressing controversy to the rumoured mini-dinobots, to Anthony Hopkins' involvement. Check it out in the embedded clip below!
Speaking exclusively to Metro.co.uk, Mark admitted that by announcing there would be mini-dinobots in the upcoming sequel he had ‘already revealed too much’ but that fans should also expect ‘a few other surprises’.
The film currently has confirmed autobots, decepticons, mini-dinobots, King Arthur, Nazis – and Sir Anthony Hopkins.
In other live action Transformers movie news, we have word from music composer Steve Jablonsky himself on Twitter, that he may indeed be back for the fifth time running, at least for the main score theme for The Last Knight! Check out the image he sent below, in which a folder with TF5 Themes Ideas is shown, and discuss the news in the Energon Pub.
As with every Tuesday, the official Transformers Facebook page has shared a new clip from the live action movie universe, and it's directly from The Last Knight set that we get a new look at one of the behind the scenes machines that director Michael Bay is very keen on: the Baybuster, a stunt creating vehiclewe have heard about before. Check out the clip below!
Seibertronians, it seems the Anthony Hopkins story was not the only piece of TF5 news today. Apparently the Last Knight cars made a return to London recently to take part in a small photoshoot and cruise through the Mall surrounding Buckingham Palace with a full motorcade! Check out some of the images and a video posted to the Transformers Movie Instagram below, but then see a full gallery on Comingsoon.net!
Seibertronians, it looks like Sir Anthony Hopkins, legendary actor and member of the Transformers 5 cast, has released a statement praising Michael Bay and the Transformers filming experience. In a video posted on the Transformers 5 Facebook page (available embeddee below), he calls it
...one of the best experiences (he's) had on a film...since Speilberg
Directors like...Bay...just say "Let's do it". I love that, because I'm like that
Good words like these are crucial, as the production has been swamped in controversy recently, with the disputed choice of draping Nazi flags on the birthplace of Winston Churchill. Watch the video below and tell us in the comments what you think! What character is Hopkins playing? King Aurthur? Merlin? Winston Churchill? What do you think of his final comments about how he'll be back? what do you think he'll reveal?
And, as always, keep your optics tuned to Seibertron.com!
Seibertronians, in response to the story we reported on earlier today about how the TF5 filming had chosen Winston Churchill's birthplace to use as a Nazi base, and the controversy it spawned, Michael Bay has released a statement in a short interview with the BBC.
People haven't been fortunate enough to read the script and they don't know that Churchill in this movie is a big hero
Another notable quote from the interview, available in full on the BBC Website, is that Bay believes "Churchill would be smiling" at his inclusion in the movie.
This begs the question: was Churchill made a hero just in response to the uproar? Or was he always intended to be in the movie? Tell us what you think in the comments below.
And, as always, stay tuned to Seibertron.com for all the latest and greatest transformers news on the net!
Seibertronians, multiple news sources from the U.K. are reporting that Transformers: The Last Knight has continued filming in England by turning a home owned by Winston Churchill and his estate into Nazi Headquarters.
Yes, they have turned "Blenheim Palace", the early seventeen hundreds castle which was the birthplace of the WWII hero, into a recreation of Hitler's main HQ, with large Swastika flags and reportedly SS soldiers on the grounds.
This desicion has drawn some controversy from many communities, but what do you think? Do you find this to be in poor taste? Are you offended, or think it is alright? Tell us in the discussion below.
And, more to the point, how do you think Nazis will play into the Last Knight story? Escpecially considering the movie is already featuring the modern day and King Arthur-era time periods.
Check out a before and after compiarison of the castle below.
And, as always, keep it right here, on seibertron.com for all the latest Transformers: The Last Knight news.
Paramount Pictures have uploaded a new video from the set of Transformers: The Last Knight, and this new video shows off the softer side of filming. The video stars Freya, formerly Britain's Loneliest Dog, walking around the set and taking part in some filming along with in-movie master Sir Anthony Hopkins. Some of the staff for Transformers: The Last Knight talk about Freya and how she is doing in the filming, and everyone seems to agree that she is a great addition and loved by the set. You can check out the video below, and let us know what you think in the comments section below.
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