While we wait for new trailer to drop, we have some news on the international partnerships that Paramount is tying with distribution and marketing, for Transformers: The Last Knight but not only - specifically in China, according to China Film Insider. After last time's issues with 1905 Internet Technology and the various deals in the Asian country, it looks like Huahua Media will be signing on with the US studios for the fifth Michael Bay film alongside other US productions - find out more below, and here for the full piece!
Huahua Media has become an exclusive partner in China with Paramount Pictures for the roll-out of Transformers:The Last Knight (变形金刚5：最后的骑士), the next installment in the billion-dollar blockbuster franchise based on the Hasbro toy line.
Details of the deal are still unclear but a statement released by the two-year-old Chinese company trumpeted the deal as particularly groundbreaking for an agreement between a Chinese and a US company in the film industry.
Huahua CEO Wang Kefei joined Paramount’s Chairman and Chief Executive Brad Grey, Megan Colligan, worldwide president of marketing and distribution, and Nic Crawley, President of International Marketing & Distribution to ink the deal in Shanghai on Thursday.
The agreement most likely means that the company will be replacing 1905 Internet Technology as Paramount’s Chinese production partner for the franchise.
According to various sources, but mostly the official Twitter account, the first trailer for the upcoming Paramount live-action movie Transformers: The Last Knight will be airing on Monday 5th December. They posted a short clip - which you can check out below - to lay the tracks for the hype train. Set your DVRs, grab your remotes, and stay tuned to Seibertron.com for more as it happens!
A very minor update on Transformers: The Last Knight comes to us via cast member Josh Duhamel and his social media feeds - on Twitter, he shared that he's currently on the USS Carl Vinson in San Diego, and through Instagram we get to see the extras (mostly military) also on the ship. You can also kind of figure out what team he supports in the upcoming Vikings vs Cowboys match. Kinda.
After the reveal of the Transformers: The Last Knight voice-changing mask/helmet of Optimus Prime from a while ago, we have some new images from Toy-People.com's coverage of the Taipei Film and Television Toy Fair 2016 - check them out below!
Via the Transformers Twitter account and Micheal Bay himself, we have a release date for The Last Knight's teaser trailer: December 16! That's right folks. Star Wars: Rogue One will be the movie that shows off the first teaser trailer for the upcoming movie.
This was revealed via a very brief 15 second video showing off Micheal Bay in front of the movie's logo and making the announcement.
As an update to our previous story about Transformers: The Last Knight Optimus Prime, in his toy form, fellow Seibertronian Fc203 headed to Snapchat to grab some screenshots for the update from Hasbro - check the better quality of multiple angles below!
Though not the original source of the images (looks like they're actually from Snapchat), Twitter user @astrotrain has shared two new angles of the recently officially revealed Voyager Optimus Prime figure from the upcoming Transformers: The Last Knight live-action movie toyline. The images of the Premier Edition Autobot leader are mirrored below, and the conversation is already bubbling - join in at the Energon Pub!
Seibertronians, we have some additional details on the newly-announced Transformers 5: The Last Knight Optimus Prime Toy. Coming from a post on the official Transformers Instagram, we have an additional shot as well as the full official product name of the first TLK action figure. It seems the figure will have more detail work than standard figures, inspired by Prime's movie paintwork. Take a look at the New "Premier Edition Voyager Optimus Prime" figure below, and tell us if you think this new "Premier Edition" Branding will become a new sublime for the movie figures.
Via fellow Seibertronian Madeus Prime, we have a new clip featuring mostly old footage, about the relationship between Paramount's live-action Transformers movies and IMAX. Embedded below, you can see some clips of the past four movies, from the 2007 one to Revenge of the Fallen, to Dark of the Moon and Age of Extinction, in preparation for The Last Knight, due summer 2017. Commentary by Greg Foster, CEO of IMAX entertainment, director Michael Bay, Lorne Orleans.
The kick? There is actually some very new footage in here, from the fifth film, featuring knigts, explosions, Cybertronian terrain, Bumblebee and Barricade, and more. Check it out!
Transformers: The Last Knight has teased its IMAX trailer for some time now. And it looks like it's about time for that teasing to pay off.
We bring to you a pair of news closely related regarding the upcoming IMAX trailer. The first piece of news is that the trailer has been officially classified by Alberta Film Classifications. Alberta Film Classifications is a very reliable site with regards to film and trailer classifications, and they usually classify a film that is set to show a trailer within 1 week. The classification reads:
Transformers: The Last Knight (IMAX exclusive trailer)
Rated: PG (the trailer, not the film)
Classification date: 11/15/2016
Running time: 2:01
Distributor: Paramount Pictures
Coupling onto that, we also bring to you news that the trailer will be available online at some poit in time after its IMAX release. This can be proven by an internet classification by the Ontario Film Authority. Unlike the Alberta Film Classifications listing, we have no idea when the internet trailer will be released; all we can say for sure is that it will be sometime after the IMAX trailer. You can find the classification information below:
Date Classified: Nov 15, 2016
Film Number: 2000130300
Distributor / Submitter / Exhibitor: PARAMOUNT PICTURES ENTERTAINMENT CANADA ULC
Running Time (min): 2
Classification: PARENTAL GUIDANCE
Detailed Observations: Restrained portrayals of non-graphic violence
As a closer, we can give you a good guess as to which IMAX film might carry this trailer. For all you Harry Potter fans out there, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them may very well be the source of this first trailer for The Last Knight.
Now that you have the low-down, tell us what you think in the comments section below of this news!
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