Paramount Pictures and Western Star Trucks may be officially using the Uber app this weekend to give some fans a quick ride, but what if you're not expecting the Transformers: Age of Extinction version of Optimus Prime to show up? Check out the latest Break Prank Bank video, featuring Seibertron.com's own voice actor jON3.0, embedded below, to find out!
After the official images of both Takara Tomy Transformers Masterpiece MP-21 Bumblebee and MP-22 Ultra Magnus, Amazon.co.jp has updated its MP-20 listing with a lot more pictures of Wheeljack! Included are the anti-hypnosis device, the launcher and a sleek sleek deco. Check them out below.
Yes, it's that time again. As we draw closer and closer to Age of Extinction's world premiere, we get yet another new TV spot with some new footage! This time, we catch quick glimpses of Bumblebee making use of his (oddly) Megatron-crab-arm-shaped weapons, Hound using the Minigun of Doom, and Grimlock catching some sweet air! The spot has been mirrored below.
Also included is the first of what appears to be a "Movie Clip" series, in which a short clip from the actual movie is shown off. Check out the first two of this series, "Where is Optimus Prime?" and "Found a Transformer", below!
In movie news, we get two more spots for Transformers: Age of Extinction, still via CBMTrailers, still showing robots and humans with a little new footage in terms of group shots, dialogue snippets and explosions. Check them both out below!
And another trail-- oh, no, it's actually a featurette on Mark Wahlberg's character in Transformers: Age of Extinction: single, stay-at-home, hopeful inventor, mechanic Cade Yeager, courtesy once again of CBM Trailers. Check out some old footage with some behind the scenes shots in the embedded clip below.
Since last time we saw the programming schedule for Transformers: Rescue Bots, two more episodes have been added to the roster, airing in July. Check out the full list below, courtesy of the official Rescue Bots Facebook page, and beware of some spoilers in the descriptions!
Hey guys, here's an episode listing update! Careful, they're a bit spoilerish!
June 21 - “Rescue Dog”
Cody and the Bots find a stray dog who ends up joining the rescue team, but Priscilla Pynch has other plans for the pet.
June 28 - “Changes”
Doctor Morocco learns a devastating secret that threatens the Rescue Bots’ mission, but Optimus Prime guides Heatwave to acquire a surprising new ability.
July 5 - "Movers and Shakers"
The Rescue Team has to take action when rogue technology goes underground.
July 12 - "Odd Bot Out"
When Bumblebee partners up with Dani on a mission, Blades feels left out.
Oooo interesting! Can't wait for that Changes ep personally!
Were you worried there wouldn't be enough humour in Transformers: Age of Extinction? Now you can check for yourself (and still feel worried, for that matter, but for different reasons) thanks to yet another trailer, courtesy of CBM Trailers! We get to hear more of Hound, and finally some of Crosshairs too - along with a little dancing and what looks like alien facehugger meets Doom aboard Lockdown's ship.
With all the recent trailers, the focus has shifted onto the robotic cast of Transformers: Age of Extinction - but fear not, Paramount Pictures have made available a further look to that human element which both Nicola Peltz and Mark Wahlberg have talked about to the press. Check them out below, starting with some official images from Peltz and Jack Reynor's signing tour and their stop in Chicago, then moving on to actual movie stills, featuring Stanley Tucci, Li Bingbing, Wahlberg, Peltz, Reynor, and not-really-human Optimus Prime and fire-breathing Grimlock!
Toy concept artist Emiliano Santalucia has updated his blog once more, and it's time for a look at the biggest Transformers toy out there: Titan Class Metroplex. Refresh your memory of the big guy by looking at the Seibertron.com galleries here (and here for the SDCC exclusive version), then head below to read more and check out the concept sketches.
Wow, it was almost a year ago... When Transformers Generation Metroplex went on sale and also made an appearance as an exclusive at San Diego Comic Con.
As some of you may know, I did some work on that giant sucker. But I didn't do the whole design. What I did was work with Chris Hicks on a concept to pitch the idea and work out the general shapes and features. After that, he was properly designed and engineered, but as you may notice, some spots remained faithful to what I had drawn, like the chest area. As you can see also, those panels on the shoulders were supposed to open up. Hasbro kept them, but they are now part of the shoulder sculpt and don't move.
Overall, I believed I had to go for TF Prime aesthetic, I wasn't aware this was for Generations.
Oh, and yes, it's a pretty rough sketch. But many of these things start like that!
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