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.
TFcon Chicago has updated its guest list to include IDW artist and write Nick Roche! You can check out the bio for Roche provided by the con below, and make sure you are getting your tickets for the convention coming up October 21-23.
TFcon is pleased to announce that Transformers comic book artist Nick Roche will be attending TFcon Chicago 2016. Nick is well known to fans for his work writing and/or creating the art for Last Stand of the Wreckers (co-written with James Roberts), Sins of the Wreckers, More Than Meets the Eye and various IDW one-shot issues. He will be selling prints and offering commissions to attendees all weekend long.
On this glorious Sunday afternoon, it's once again time for some Transformers: The Last Knight news.
To start us off, Tyrese Gibson has been fairly quiet about his role in the new movie, but this past week was kind enough to post a picture on his Facebook page showing the front cover of a script where he and Mark Wahlberg have a London scene together.
Up next is Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland, which appears to be the castle meant to be King Arthur's Castle. Filming took place during both the day and the night, and you can check out those photos, courtesy of the Transformers Instagram, below.
Also as a little touch, a photo was snapped of Mark Wahlberg, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Freya the no-longer lonely dog, who appears to be Mr Hopkins companion, and mo-cap actor, which the past says is Sqweeks but rumor has it that it is someone else entirely. Check out the image below.
So another roundup is complete. What did you think of these latest news discoveries? Tell us what you think in the comments section below.
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Emiliano Santalucia, who previously shared images of his Powermaster Optimus Prime artwork, has dropped by once again to show off another set of artwork that he did, this time for Alpha Trion! Emiliano stresses in his Facebook post that this artwork was done with no intention of making it a toy, and it was not meant to be a triple-changer either. Check out his artwork below, and let us know what you think in the comments section below!
The original Alpha Trion Sketches:
VERY IMPORTANT: these are early concepts commissioned by Hasbro that have been created years before the actual toy design began.
It would be unfair to compare them to the final model. My sketches were concepts for the character, not for a specific toy. There was no Titans Return line back then, no specific class this was meant for, no third mode.
#Transfomers #Hasbro #Titansreturn #conceptdesign #toydesign
TFcon Chicago has updated with another new attendee for their upcoming convention, this time in the form of IDW artist Casey Coller! Coller has participated in IDW comics for many years, often providing art work for one-shots and special covers. Check out his bio from TFcon below, and if you're not signed up to go already, go out and buy some tickets!
We are pleased to announce that Transformers comic book artist Casey Coller will be attending TFcon Chicago 2016. Casey is known to fans for his work providing variant covers for IDW’s Robots In Disguise and More Than Meets the Eye comics as well as many one-shot issues. He will be selling prints and offering commissions to attendees all weekend long.
Preview World has provided us with an interview today for the upcoming Transformers: Optimus Prime ongoing series. The interview features John Barber, who will be writing the series and is the current author the Transformers ongoing, set to have its concluding issue later this month prior to the Revolution crossover. You can check out the full interview by clicking the link above, and we have mirrored some of the interview below for you to read. The series will be beginning in November.
Optimus Prime As Both Statesman & Soldier
PREVIEWSworld: What reverberations from Revolution will carry over into the events of Optimus Prime #1 (SEP160404)?
John Barber: Not to give anything away, but as Revolution starts, Optimus is in a fairly antagonistic relationship with ... well, almost everybody. He’s come to Earth and said the whole planet is going to be part of Cybertron’s Council of World, without asking if the people of Earth wanted to be in it — or if the people of Cybertron wanted them. He’s doing this because he thinks he’s out of options to protect the Earth — he’s tried fighting evil Cybertronians, tried leaving the place alone. But bringing Earth into Cybertron’s fold is the only thing he hasn’t tried.
PREVIEWSworld: Describe your working relationship with artist Kei Zama. How have you two got along during production? How does the chemistry work, and why is Kei the best person for this book?
John Barber: I’ve known of Kei for a while — she’s friends with Andrew Griffith, who drew the Transformers series. I’d been working with him for years, and he — understandably — wanted to take a break from Transformers and work on some other characters for a little while. So I knew there was going to be a change.
TFcon Chicago has let us know that voice actor Jason Marnocha, otherwise known to us as the voice of Combiner Wars Megatron, will be in attendance! Check out the profile below.
We are happy to welcome Jason Marnocha to TFcon Chicago 2016. Known online by the handle of LordJazor, Transformers fans now know him as the voice of Megatron in Machinima’s Transformers: Combiner Wars animated web series.
Jason will be taking part in a Q&A panel and meeting with the attendees of the America’s largest fan-run Transformers convention all weekend long
For Transformers fans in the Nordic countries, we bring to you big news from Retcon's Facebook Page, announcing that IDW writer and artist Nick Roche will be attending Retcon! Check out the full introduction below.
We are extremely proud and very happy to be able to announce that RetCon's first guest of honour will be none other than the one and only Nick Roche!
Having been a part of the IDW universe since the early years and written, co-written and illustrated such smash hits as Last Stand of the Wreckers and Sins of the Wreckers, he surely needs no further presentation.
Nick will be on site for RetCon both for the friday pre-hang-out and all of the main convention day.
We sort of missed on these when Machinima first shared them last month, but they seem to be making the rounds again via social media and artists sharing them - so we thought to highlight their existence again! Check out below four promotional pieces of art for the animated series Combiner Wars, featuring some of the major players in the show, as imagined by Guido Guidi, Chris Antoin, Keron Grant, and Skan Srisuwan!
Click on any image to download it in higher resolution.
Another update from the team at TFcon Chicago, as the October event rolls ever closer: IDW artist Andrew Griffith, the hands behind Robots in Disguise, The Transformers and more, will be attending as a guest all weekend long! Check out the announcement page and info below.
We are very pleased to welcome IDW’s Transformers (formerly Robots in Disguise) ongoing series comic book artist Andrew Griffith to TFcon Chicago 2016.
He will be attending all days and offering prints and commissions to attendees all weekend long.
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