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New Shane McCarthy Interview with Exclusive Artwork

Transformers News: New Shane McCarthy Interview with Exclusive Artwork
Date: Wednesday, May 7th 2008 11:29am CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Interviews, People News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Shane McCarthy

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The comic world just can't get enough of Shane McCarthy and his highly anticipated book, All Hail Megatron. Mr. McCarthy has done another intereview, this time with The Pulse and has added exclusive cover and comic book art completed for the upcoming series.

In this new interview, Shane goes more in depth into the fandom of Transformers and added a few more teasers.

Here's a peek at the exclusive works:





To view the complete, new interview and all exclusive art that Mr. McCarthy was very kind to share, click here.

ILM Animator Doug Sutton Interviewed

Transformers News: ILM Animator Doug Sutton Interviewed
Date: Tuesday, April 29th 2008 11:03am CDT
Categories: Interviews, Movie News, People News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.star-techcentral.com

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The Tech-Central site, part of TheStar.com has put up an interview with one of the Head Animators of Industrial Light and Magic, Doug Sutton, who was part of the team that animated the Michael Bay Transformers movie.

The article goes in depth about the process on how ILM worked with Michael Bay's team to produce the animation on the Transformers movie. The work that went into creating making the Transformers photo realistic. And what it was like to work with Michael Bay.

"To do the transform, what we did was have the robot model scrunched up inside the car model. Then as the transformation begins, the panels of the car move out of the way to reveal the robot parts and so on".

"How is it to work with Michael Bay? Well, Mike is a jerk! But he’s a very talented jerk — he’s usually right in his choices. You have to understand Mike is a very energetic person, and if he doesn't like something, he'll say, 'That is the most terrible thing I've ever seen! I hate that!'".

Jon Voight does interview regarding TF2

Transformers News: Jon Voight does interview regarding TF2
Date: Wednesday, April 23rd 2008 9:59am CDT
Categories: Interviews, Media, Movie News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): hollywoodscoop.com

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Actor Jon Voight, who played the Secretary of Defense in Transformers the Movie, has done an interview with hollywoodscoop.com regarding the upcoming sequel to the Robots in Disguise trilogy. Not many details were released in the interview but Mr. Voight did have this to say:

"This is a big one. It's gonna happen, we're getting ready to go." Although there are no confirmations of what stars have signed on, we have a hint that Jon will be in the second edition

Speculations still surround the whole fact vs. fiction degree of the film with Michael Bay insisting that disinformation is purposely being released to keep us in the dark about the film. This interview took place at about the same time Michael made a comment on his blog stating that all info released regarding the film was false to date, save filming preparations for Philedelphia. You can view the original discussion on that here.

To see the interview with Mr. Voight click here.

Vince DiCola Interview At 'Music4Games.Net'

Transformers News: Vince DiCola Interview At 'Music4Games.Net'
Date: Monday, April 14th 2008 7:33pm CDT
Categories: Interviews, Media, People News
Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): Music4Games.Net

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'Music4Games.Net' interviews fan-favorite Transformers music composer Vince DiCola because he is recording a new song called "Moon Over The Castle" for 'Gran Turismo 5's Prologue:

Vince DiCola is best known as the composer for Transformers: The Movie (original animated version) and Rocky IV. Among his scoring accolades, he was a co-nominee for the "Best Album of Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Special" Grammy Award for co-writing the soundtrack to the movie Staying Alive and the song "The Touch" from Transformers: The Movie soundtrack won DiCola an Apex award for Best Original Song - Fantasy/Science Fiction/Horror. Having spent the last decade or so producing music with numerous artists and working as a session musician for various recording projects, DiCola recently collaborated with the Japanese band T-Square for the new arrangement of the main theme music "Moon Over The Castle" for Gran Turismo 5 Prologue. M4G caught up with the composer to find out how he got involved with the soundtrack and why he became inspired by the modern age of video game music...

About Transformers music...

M4G: I have to ask a question regarding the many Transformers-based video games that have been released over the years. Was there ever any interest from game developers to have you compose new music for any of these titles? It would have seemed to be the perfect choice for the games.
Vince DiCola: At a Transformers convention years ago a gentleman who claimed to be developing a Transformers-based video game at the time approached me. Nothing ever came of that, however. I would certainly welcome an opportunity to contribute music to any project related to Transformers, considering my history with the franchise.

M4G: Similarly, were you ever considered for the latest Transformers (2007) film?
Vince DiCola: With the help of my long-time friend and manager Robin Garb, my composing partner Kenny Meriedeth and I did submit some material for the 2007 live-action film. We were aware from the beginning that director Michael Bay was specifically looking to distance the new movie from the original animated version as much as possible. As much as I’d like to believe our package at least made it into Bay’s hands based on my history with the Transformers franchise, I have a strong suspicion we were ruled out before he even listened to any of the music we submitted (if he ever even listened at all!). That having been said, many are certainly aware by now that yet another sequel is in the works, and let’s just say I can be persistent!

M4G: To delve back in time for a moment, how did you come to be involved with scoring "Rocky IV" and the original "Transformers: The Movie"?
Vince DiCola: I mentioned my work on the movie “Staying Alive” earlier. That movie was written and directed by Sylvester Stallone, and I had been working with his brother Frank for some time when the “Staying Alive” opportunity came about. As everyone knows, getting ahead in the music business (as with any other business) relies heavily on personal relationships, and I was very fortunate to have had these particular relationships in place when the opportunity for “Rocky IV” came along. (My manager Robin Garb was also the music supervisor for both “Staying Alive” and “Rocky IV”, so that certainly didn’t hurt.)


Read the rest of the interview of the composer of the original Transformers Movie Soundtrack here.


Nice to hear about what Vince is up to lately! 'Dare' and the rest of the original movie soundtrack really scored with Transformers fans, and helped to make that movie what it is to us all. Thanks Vince!

*Thanks to Hans, and others for reminding me that Vince and Stan are indeed separate entities. Apologies to all.

Seibertron.com EXCLUSIVE - "Behind Enemy Lines" - Issue Zero now online!

Transformers News: Seibertron.com EXCLUSIVE - "Behind Enemy Lines" - Issue Zero now online!
Date: Friday, April 11th 2008 5:55pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Heavy Metal War, Interviews, People News, Site Articles, Site News
Posted by: First Gen | Credit(s): Burn

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Seibertron.com's own Burn has posted a new monthy E-zine covering info, interviews and a peek behind the curtain of Heavy Metal War. Here is Burn's original post with the updated E-zine:



Welcome to "Behind Enemy Lines", what will hopefully be a monthly e-magazine dedicated to all things HMW.

It began by a suggestion from Hollow One that someone come up with an idea to fill in the gap left by Kamjin and Frontline's disappearance.

Thus Behind Enemy Lines was born. The concept is simple, showcase as much of the talent the HMW playing community has to offer as well as interviews, news, crosswords, well, basically anything that can be crammed into it that people will hopefully enjoy.

And hopefully we'll do it monthly!

As of Issue Zero there is only one full time position on the magazine "staff" and that's myself as Editor and Compiler. Will there be other positions opening up? Yes and No.

Because this magazine will be open to EVERYONE to contribute to. Whethere you can draw, write, photoshop, kitbash, compile a puzzle or whatever you feel you can contribute, you can. This is a magazine for YOU made by YOU. There are absoloutely no limitations on it.

Now I think i've just about covered everything in how this is hopefully going to work, so let me tell you about Issue Zero. It's a "preview" issue, 10 pages in total (including the cover). Seems a bit small? It is, because it's just that, a preview issue, to show you how the magazine will be set up.

We've got a sample of a REALLY old interview from Mkall.
Artwork of Gore.
MTMTE bios from Tammuz
A brief excerpt from JP's story for the "Echoes of the Past tournament.
And most importantly, an update on Alpha Strike! :grin:

So enough from me, it's time we got on with the show. At this current point in time you have three options for downloading and reading this comic.

• ImageVenue links, complete with thumbnails. - Just click on them to open them up and read. I went with IV because the files are too large for Seibertron.com's attachments option and too large for Photobucket.

• A zip file hosted at Rapidshare - Just download the file and unzip it and use your image viewing program to read

• A CBZ file hosted at Rapidshare - This is pretty much the exact same file as the zip file, just the extension is renamed. This is the format used for digital comics. To open it you need to use CDisplay to view them.

Yeah, i'll shut up and post now.

[size=200">ISSUE ZERO





{ ZIP File } | { CBZ File }

Any problems with any of the links let me know ASAP!.

NOW GO AND ENJOY!

Transformers 2 To Be Filmed In Imperial Valley, CA?

Transformers News: Transformers 2 To Be Filmed In Imperial Valley, CA?
Date: Monday, April 7th 2008 11:47am CDT
Categories: Interviews, Media, Movie News, Press Releases, Rumors
Posted by: Tigertrack | Credit(s): johndoe4880

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According to 'ivlife.com' writer Eric Galvan, TF2 will be getting partially filmed in the valley:

"Imperial County Film Commission liaison Susie Carrillo announced during Wednesday’s City Council meeting that the commission was bidding to get the filming of “Transformers 2” in the Imperial Valley.

Carrillo said the Imperial County Film Commission would know within the next month if filming for the movie, a live-action adaptation of the widely popular 1980s cartoon, would take place locally. The film would be scheduled to begin shooting in the fall.

Carrillo also said new film commission Executive Director Charlotte Teeters will be starting in June.

It was also announced that the film commission will be “under the umbrella” of the Imperial Valley’s Joint Chambers of Commerce and will be housed in the El Centro Chamber of Commerce building."


You can see the original source here...
ivlife.com

Gary Chalk Interviewed

Transformers News: Gary Chalk Interviewed
Date: Tuesday, April 1st 2008 6:01am CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Interviews, Media, People News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.agesthreeandup.com

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Canadian based Ages 3 And Up has put up a pod cast of an interview that they did with Gary Chalk. The voice actor best known for voicing Optimus Primal in Beast Wars and Beast Machines, and Optimus Prime in Armada, Energon and Cybertron, discussed various topics from his work on the various Transformers shows he did, to the Michael Bay Transformers movie, to his recent injury, to his other work besides his Transformers performances.

Interview with "Reign of Starscream" writer Chris Mowry

Transformers News: Interview with "Reign of Starscream" writer Chris Mowry
Date: Thursday, March 13th 2008 5:13pm CDT
Categories: Comic Book News, Company News, Interviews, People News
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): tfarchive, Richter, IDW Forums

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Transformers Mosaic head honcho Richter has posted an interview he conducted with "Reign of Starscream" writer Chris Mowry over on the IDW Publishing Forums.

In the interview, Mowry discussion his pre "Reign of Starscream" work, being roped into cowriting the series with Chris Ryall, the help and support of Hasbro during the creation of the series and much much more, including a short recap of the plot of issue #1.

Be warned there are some small spoilers for the series, specifically in the aforementioned plot outline, but the rest of the interview is more or less spoiler free.

Richter has also posted 2 further preview art pages.

To check out the full Mowry Interview, pleaseclick here.

Issue #1 of "Reign of Starscream" will be released in April 2008, and is written by Chris Mowry & Chris Ryall. Art duties will be handled by Alex Milne with colours by Josh Perez.

The CounterPunch Articles: Why I like Transformers: RID

Transformers News: The CounterPunch Articles: Why I like Transformers: RID
Date: Thursday, March 6th 2008 4:48pm CST
Categories: Editorials, Interviews, Reviews, Site Articles
Posted by: i_amtrunks | Credit(s): Counterpunch

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Seibertron's own Counterpunch has started a series of articles on how we, Transformers fans "have it good".

This series of articles will focus on what was good about certain toy lines of figures, focusing on the positive, rather than the negative.

In his first article, Counterpunch discusses all that was good and right with the Car Robots/Robots in Disguise series.


I'm going to start this conversation with RiD/Car Robots as the basis. Beast Wars was fine and good, but I think of Car Robots as the Preface to modern day Transformers both in style and substance.

When I first saw RiD, I was to put it mildly, blown away. This was everything I had hoped for in Transformers from when I was a kid. Detailed toys, great sculpting, TOYS THAT WERE ACCURATE TO THE SHOW, and a Train combiner! (how f’n cool was that? Seriously, I'm an American kid and we never got that before)

Then, I found out that these toys were complicated. Damn Sideburn is really hard to Transform. What's going on here? Prime and Magnus combine? Megatron is a frickin puzzle? This was way, way more than I remembered from my G1 days of flip the legs out, pull the arms, flip the head, you're done. These toys were engineered in a way that was asking for adult and older collectors to actually handle them. They looked great and were fun/tough to transform.


Counterpunch continues on with the article, which you can check out in full in the original thread, and please feel free to add your comments and thoughts on the topic in Counterpunch's original thread. Please remember that we are trying to keep these discussions positive, in relation to the articles.

No Rachel Taylor for Transformers 2?

Transformers News: No Rachel Taylor for Transformers 2?
Date: Tuesday, February 26th 2008 6:39pm CST
Categories: Interviews, Movie News, People News
Posted by: Raymond T. | Credit(s): www.iesb.net

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Rachel Taylor, the actress who portrayed Maggie Madsen in Michaels Bay's Transformers, was present last week at WonderCon 2008 in San Francisco. The Movie Reporter was also there and had a short video interview with the Blonde, Australian actress. When asked if you would return for the second movie, her response was an unsure "I doubt it".

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Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #106 - McCarthyism
Twincast / Podcast #106:
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