Man, that Cybertron Con sure looks awesome. Not only do they have arguably the bigger Titans Return Reveals (Trypticon and Sixshot) but they also get an actual behind the scenes video of Michael Bay walking us through a scene he is shooting. This video was being filmed live in an enormous set for an underwater scene in a submarine with Mark Wahlberg. Even people who are just fans of movie making in general would get a kick out of it. You get a great idea of the insane scope of a film like this. I myself was very surprised with the amount of actors who stay on the set even if a scene does not have them (though it may simply be for this special live video), like Josh Duhamel who stops by to say hi. An even more interesting tidbit is an actress in full on motion capture which surprised Mark Walhberg's character while he is injured on the sub. Which CG character could that be? One last interesting note on a filming standpoint is how long the scene actually plays out and how Michael Bay would rather keep the actors working to get it right, rather than cut. The takes last longer than the shots, thanks to multiple cameras being used, which helps keep actors within character and cuts on continuity errors.
Regardless of how the story in these films play out, it is undeniable that Michael Bay runs a tight ship and seeing him at the centre of such an immense project, yet also being able to be up close and personal with the scenes being filmed gives you a good idea of why he keeps getting these projects. We were made aware of this video by fellow Seibertronian SlyTF1.
From the official Transformers Snapchat account, we have two new images showing off some of the props and set dressing being used in the filming at the moment. As you can see below, we have A Wall and A Thing. The Wall has some cryptic mystical magick-like writings that people are speculating might be alien - though they look more like Cuneiform script personally. The Thing has More Things growing out of it, which are a clear indication that Things will happen in the movie. And Rom the Spaceknight.
Speculate away in the Energon Pub about this totally breaking update from the totally serious world of Transformers The Last Knight!
Via a number of social media platforms, including Facebook and Instagram, for Transformers: The Last Knight, we got a live video (still available now though) of director Michael Bay, and actors Jerrod Carmichael and Mark Wahlberg getting ready to shoot a scene in what looks to be a makeshift hospital or hostel on the Detroit set. Wahlberg in particular seems to have had more than enough, while Bay and Carmichael are still quite filled with energy - check it out embedded below!
Ever wanted to watch Michael B. Bay, Mark Wahlberg and Jerrod Carmichael film a scene? Now you can. We're live from set in downtown Detroit. #transformers
Fellow Seibertronians, thanks to several users, we now know just who the green tow truck will be in Transformers: The Last Knight - Onslaught! Yep, seen here on Micheal Bay's Facebook page, the leader of the Combaticons is getting a bit of a make-over as a heavy duty tow truck. We also get a short video via Instagram that shows the newly named Onslaught driving down a road along with Barricade and the rusty van Decepticon.
Via the very active Instagram account of the Transformers: The Last Knight marketing team, we have two minor updates. In one clip, embedded below, Josh Duhamel / Lennox, makes a rousing speech about checking the Transformers Facebook page every Tuesday to get behind the scenes updates from the set (we'll stay tuned for you).
In the other, the IDW people were rightfully excited to spot two comics from their production, both part of the Transformers series (and one issue from when it was still called Robots in Disguise) by John Barber, and one with art by Andrew Griffith (issue #13) and one by Sara Pitre Durocher (issue #47). Just an easter egg, or a chance that some ideas might find their way on screen? Check it out below, and speculate away!
Seibertronians, more video from the Transformers 5 set has been shared over on the official TF5 instagram! This new video shows Mark Wahlberg and what appears to be Bay-verse new-comer, Isabela Moner, riding in Bumblebee on a sound-stage, when something goes wrong with Wahlberg's seat! Take a look!
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What do you think of this behind the scenes sneak peek? Any small detail of interest we all missed? Let us know in the comments and, as always, keep it right here, on Seibertron.com, for all the latest and greatest transformers news on the net.
Via the 'lifestyle' section of Deadline Detroit, we get a look and a report on the current filming activities in the Michigan city - and a direct link to The BananaDoctor, who is currently watching the set from an office, as it happens - as we find out that London is in fact, also in Michigan: it appears some of the set dressing is to recreate the UK's capital for fight, chase, and explosion sequences.
Find below a short clip, some images of the set, and some stunt action from Mark Wahlberg and doubles, too, as we find more of the BayBuster car flipping machine, and a sword shows up in Cade Yaeger's hands..!
Seibertronians, welcome to the Transformers 5 Set Picture/News Round-up, the feature where we take a look at all the news we haven't covered that broke this past week in the Bay-verse.
We start off with a story from Michael Bay's Instagram, updating us on the World's Loneliest Dog story we reported on last month. It seems she's finally found a home after Michael Bay publicized her inclusion in the Last Knight.
Well, glad we helped this poor dog who lived in a shelter her whole life.
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She still has a part in Transformers when we get to England.
Thanks to Seibertronian movie fan SlyTF1, we bring to you today a video from the set of The Last Knight. This trailer is a 45 second long look behind the scenes as the crew plants some explosives, plans some flight routes, and then makes an action sequence of a helicopter blowing up some SUV's. Check out the video below and let us know what you think in the comments section below!
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