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Transformers: The Last Knight Concept Art Round-Up, featuring Mini Dinobots

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Concept Art Round-Up, featuring Mini Dinobots
Date: Sunday, August 20th 2017 10:06pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, People News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Josh Nizzi, Furio Tedeschi, James Paick, Wes Burt, Thomas Pringle

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With some more round-up work from fellow Seibertronian Deadput, we have more concept art from the artists who worked on Transformers: The Last Knight - Furio Tedeschi, Thomas Pringle, James Paick, Wesley Burt, Josh Nizzi - with a special highlight on the mini dinobots that were first seen during the Superbowl spot! Check it all out below.

I was given the opportunity to work on some more Dinobot concepts, this time Mini-Dinobots for TF5! It was really cool to see them in motion and interacting with the characters. ILM did some really incredible modeling and animation work

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Concept Art Round-Up, featuring Mini Dinobots

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Concept Art Round-Up, featuring Mini Dinobots

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Concept Art Round-Up, featuring Mini Dinobots

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Concept Art Round-Up, featuring Mini Dinobots

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Concept Art Round-Up, featuring Mini Dinobots

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Concept Art Round-Up, featuring Mini Dinobots

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Concept Art Round-Up, featuring Mini Dinobots

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Concept Art Round-Up, featuring Mini Dinobots

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Concept Art Round-Up, featuring Mini Dinobots

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Concept Art Round-Up, featuring Mini Dinobots

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Concept Art Round-Up, featuring Mini Dinobots

Transformers Universe: Bumblebee Cast Image, with Jason Drucker, Steinfeld, Adlon, Knight

Transformers News: Transformers Universe: Bumblebee Cast Image, with Jason Drucker, Steinfeld, Adlon, Knight
Date: Sunday, August 20th 2017 9:56pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, People News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): JAson Drucker

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In more news from the now started shooting for Transformers Universe: Bumblebee, we have an image from actor Jason Drucker featuring co-stars Hailee Steinfeld and Pamela Adlon, plus director Travis Knight on the set in California, which you can check out for yourselves below!

Transformers News: Transformers Universe: Bumblebee Cast Image, with Jason Drucker, Steinfeld, Adlon, Knight

Transformers: The Last Knight Target Exclusive Blu-Ray and 5-Movie Collection

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Target Exclusive Blu-Ray and 5-Movie Collection
Date: Sunday, August 20th 2017 9:50pm CDT
Category: Live Action Movie News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Target, Amazon, Transformers.vk

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As an addition to the previous story about the Transformers: The Last Knight Blu-Ray edition, we also have news of a Target Exclusive version of the movie (link currently no longer active) featuring 50 minutes of extra content - previous story had 80 minutes, so they may be shared material there.

Also found at online retail with a September 2017 release date is a 5-movie collection pack, which includes the 2007 live action movie, Revenge of the Fallen, Dark of the Moon, Age of Extinction, and this summer's fifth installation. Check out the link on Amazon.com here, and an extra image of the steelbook version from Instagram below!

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Target Exclusive Blu-Ray and 5-Movie Collection

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Target Exclusive Blu-Ray and 5-Movie Collection

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Target Exclusive Blu-Ray and 5-Movie Collection

Transformers Movie Masterpiece MPM-3 Bumblebee Available at Toysrus.com

Transformers News: Transformers Movie Masterpiece MPM-3 Bumblebee Available at Toysrus.com
Date: Sunday, August 20th 2017 8:52pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Toy News
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): Toysrus.com

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One of the biggest releases this year from Hasbro is the Toysrus exclusive Movie Masterpiece MPM-3 Bumblebee. While he has been found in the US, not everyone has a toysrus nearby and the toy has been selling like hotcakes. But now, everyone who wants one can get him since he is now available on Toysrus.com. Shipping is free for this toy. Will you be getting him now that he is readily available? If you are interested but want to see more before deciding, you can view our extensive gallery by clicking here.

Transformers News: Transformers Movie Masterpiece MPM-3 Bumblebee Available at Toysrus.com

Transformers: Bumblebee Starts Shooting Today!

Transformers News: Transformers: Bumblebee Starts Shooting Today!
Date: Wednesday, August 16th 2017 4:02pm CDT
Category: Live Action Movie News
Posted by: Tyrannacon | Credit(s): Marin Independent Journal

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Marin Independent Journal reports that Transformers: Bumblebee has started shooting today in San Rafael under the code name of "Brighton Falls"!

The film shoot for “Bumblebee,” code-named “Brighton Falls,” was surrounded by heavy security Tuesday, including San Rafael Police Department officers and Paramount vans and trucks.

Zachary Quemore, assistant location manager for Paramount, declined to say how long the film crew for “Brighton Falls,” a.k.a. “Bumblebee,” would be in town shooting at the set.

“I have no idea,” Quemore said, referring all other questions to Paramount officials.

The set, said by San Rafael city personnel to be a facade of a house, was built earlier this year on an open lot at the end of a cul de sac overlooking the San Pablo Bay.

Access to the set was not available, Quemore said.


You can view the whole article here, and keep your optics here on Seibertron as we add more to this story!

Transformers News: Transformers: Bumblebee Starts Shooting Today!

Video Review of Cogman and More Images of Later Wave Deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Video Review of Cogman and More Images of Later Wave Deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight
Date: Tuesday, August 15th 2017 8:26pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Toy News, Reviews
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): Kevin Liu and Toy People

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If any of you are are thirsty for more Cogman, Kevin Liu has posted a video review. While it is in Chinese, he does add English subtitles so you can follow along and see him in all his aspects.

We also have additional images from Toy-People of the deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight that have yet to be released: Crosshairs and Bumblebee. Dragonstorm can be found there too. There is also a great group shot of the Autobot team from Transformers the Last Knight. Say what you want about this toy line but those sure are some pretty bots.




Transformers News: Video Review of Cogman and More Images of Later Wave Deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Video Review of Cogman and More Images of Later Wave Deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Video Review of Cogman and More Images of Later Wave Deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Video Review of Cogman and More Images of Later Wave Deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Video Review of Cogman and More Images of Later Wave Deluxes from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers: The Last Knight Blu-Ray details

Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Blu-Ray details
Date: Tuesday, August 15th 2017 4:56pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Kurona

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Blu-Ray's official website has released a news article detailing what exactly is going to be on their release of the latest live-action Transformers movie, The Last Knight. Among details like a release date of September 26th and what special features can be found in the disc - largely interviews and behind-the-scenes videos - we also get confirmation that The Last Knight is to be packed with the previous four movies in a 5-pack Blu-Ray! Look at our snippets below, check out the full article here and tell us if you're going to get this in the forums!

The Transformers: The Last Knight 4K Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D Combo Packs include a bonus disc with over 80 minutes of behind-the-scenes content and interviews. Travel to Cybertron to explore the Transformers home world, then visit the UK to delve into the locations used to bring the epic adventure to life. In addition, go inside the secret mythology of the legendary robots in disguise, check out the incredible vehicles used in the film and much, much more.


SPECIAL FEATURES:
Merging Mythologies – Explore the secret TRANSFORMERS history
Climbing the Ranks – Military training
The Royal Treatment: Transformers in the UK
Motors and Magic
Alien Landscape: Cybertron
One More Giant Effin' Movie


*Transformers: The Last Night will also be available in a 5-movie Blu-ray Collection that includes TRANSFORMERS, TRANSFORMERS: REVENGE OF THE FALLEN, TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON and TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION, as well as the bonus Blu-ray Disc detailed above and access to Digital HD copies of all five movies.


Transformers News: Transformers: The Last Knight Blu-Ray details

Leader vs Voyager: Which is the Better Megatron Figure from Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the Better Megatron Figure from Transformers: The Last Knight
Date: Sunday, August 13th 2017 9:09am CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Site Articles, Editorials
Posted by: william-james88

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In the previous movie toyline, Age of Extinction, the debate was on which was the better Grimlock since he was the only character with two new toys in the collector oriented line in two different classes. However, both were mediocre so it was more of a question of which wasn't as bad. But now with The Last Knight's Megatron, it's the reverse with two really awesome looking toys. But which is best?

I will break it down through categories and pick a winner, based on what I feel and read online from you guys, and then we will all say our preference in the forums. Sound good?

Jet Mode:

The leader definitely wins by having some kibble free wings in jet mode. Having those flame effects in the back is a really nice touch too. it is quite an imposing jet. The back of the jet is also cleaner than the voyager which has the robot shoulders there looking asymmetrical. The fact that the wings on the leader have no kibble underneath them really makes the jet look sleek and adds to the alt mode's distinctiveness from the robot mode. The alt mode of TLK Megatron is a gorgeous jet design and the leader is a better representation of it.

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight
Leader

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight
Voyager

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight
Leader

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight
Voyager

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight



Robot Mode:

This one is a toss up with the leader edging out the voyager by just a bit. The leader has more dedicated parts for the robot mode with the jet kibble relegated to the back and on the arm cannon while the voyager has some fuselage doubling (unconvincingly) as part of the knight skirt and jet wings wrapped around the robot legs. But that also means he has a cleaner back, more alt mode integration (which I can't be mad about) and a cannon that looks fully dedicated to the robot mode. The arms on the voyager are better since the forearms are sleeker. The leader's standard arm pose gives you gorilla arms but you can adjust that with the wrist swivel, which gives you a giant hole and unseemly wide forearms.

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight


Speaking of articulation, both give you a decent range. The leader even has double jointed knees if you use a transformation hinge but after seeing the images below you might not use it for the robot mode. The leader does something else that I did not notice until having him in hand, the sleekness of the torso, as it tapers down, is hampered by the backpack. Meaning that you don't get that nice shape at the midsection and instead it looks like those u convincing Power Rangers zords where they draw a sleeker body on a rectangle and make the collector/child pretend it's not there. Also, the leader ends up with a crotch hole ala MP 10, which the voyager does not have. With all these knocks against the leader, you would think the voyager would win this easily but I really like how good the leader's robot mode looks with the face mask and how clean the robot mode is. Point goes to the leader.

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight
Voyager

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight
Leader

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight



Gimmicks:

The leader clearly has more gimmicks than the voyager. All the voyager has is light piping (eyes and "gills"), which is something absent in the leader figure and actually works well enough on the voyager. You get a cool evil look with it. Now the leader's gimmicks are both its pro and con. Yes, the facemask is really cool but for that to work you end up with a really derpy looking mouth when the mask isn't deployed. You also get a weak spring loaded feature for the front of the jet to come undone and it is as annoying as Leader Optimus' spring loaded swords. Sometimes too much is like not enough and I would rather not get a gimmick than a poorly executed one. The face mask is still cool but the fact that I hesitate to transform the leader just because of how annoying that bit will be means I prefer the voyager for keeping things 100.

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight



Facesculpt:

As just said, the retracted chin on the leader doesn't look good and makes him look more derpy than menacing. Almost reminds me of Sloth from the Goonies. Voyager wins this one.

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight
Voyager

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight
Leader

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight


Paint/Deco:

The voyager wins here by a landslide. Both toys go for a very different look with the silver deco and I fail to understand why. The voyager uses the silver as a way to subtly add to the layering of the armour. Its a nice effect that seems to only work on the naked eye. What is baffling is that the leader uses silver paint to instead give a weathered or battle damaged look. It is blotchy and not uniform and looks random.

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight
Leader

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight
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Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight
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Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight
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Arm Cannon:

Oddly enough, I find the voyager's a tad bit too small. It's maybe movie accurate but it doesn't look very threatening. The Leader's is way too big. The fire effect is super cool and I am able to pose him the right way so that the weight is evenly carried across the toy, but it still looks very big. I give both of them major props for avoiding the partsforming route.

In the end, the Voyager wins here but not by much.

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight



Transformation:

This is the big one. I much prefer the Voyager's transformation since I much prefer unfolding panels instead of the panel forming and massaging you have to do with the leader (in the back portion of the jet). There is more of a shell aspect with the leader which the voyager doesn't have since almost every part of the robot mode is reused for the jet mode. Also, the first step they give you for the leader is to transform the nosecone from the cannon which is a terrible idea. It will surely keep getting undone as you keep transforming since it is spring loaded. The voyager is really a joy to convert from one mode to the next. Nothing gets in the way too much and there isn't anything annoying. It is also far more intuitive and there is no need to exert pressure anywhere. My leader already has some stretch marks where the nosecone tabs into the forearms.

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight



While the voyager wins out most of the categories it is still a tough call when the ones the leader wins is when it comes to the best looking modes. In the end, its all about what you want best. If you will be transforming these often, the voyager is the way to go. But if you just want to pose him, the leader works better since he is far more screen accurate. However, you wouldn't be able to pose him with anyone since the only other toy in his scale in this line is the inaccurate Optimus Prime leader. Still, I can't say this pic below isn't awesome and I don't regret getting both.

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

Transformers News: Leader vs Voyager: Which is the better Megatron Figure from Transformers the Last Knight

English Video Review with Comparison for the New Transformers: The Last Knight Deluxe Crosshairs

Transformers News: English Video Review with Comparison for the New Transformers: The Last Knight Deluxe Crosshairs
Date: Saturday, August 12th 2017 9:17pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Toy News, Reviews
Posted by: william-james88 | Credit(s): chefatron

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Of all the Transformers: The Last Knight toys in the Premier Edition (which turned out to just mean, "not for very little kids" and nothing else) one of the least anticipated was probably Crosshairs. His original toy was not one of the best in the AOE line and to have a new toy based on that mold peaked almost no one's interest. But things are about to change. Chefatron has a review up of this new mold and does a deep analysis of all that is similar and different between this new toys and the original. In short here is what has been changed:

- The shoulders so that they can be pushed away from his head
- The guns so that they can both be stored under the car
- The forearms for better screen accuracy and less car kibble
- The entire car shell for better screen accuracy and less kibble inrobot mode
- New pieces to evoke the trenchcoat look better
- Even the wheels are different

There are more and you can see it all in the review below.


English Video Reviews of Transformers: The Last Knight Wave 3 Bumblebee (New Mold)

Transformers News: English Video Reviews of Transformers: The Last Knight Wave 3 Bumblebee (New Mold)
Date: Friday, August 11th 2017 9:44pm CDT
Categories: Live Action Movie News, Toy News, Reviews
Posted by: william-james88

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One of the most anticipated toys from Transformers: The Last Knight is the new Bumblebee mold coming out in the third wave of deluxes which should be hitting the west soon enough. We have some english language reviews of this figure which were brought to our attention by fans. One of these reviews is from Seibertronian Chuckdawg1999 and others are from Chefatron and Emgo.

Enjoy!

chuckdawg1999 wrote:Oh look another Bumblebee, this one surprised me with how small it is. This is probably the easiest transformation of any Bumblebee I've handled, which I appreciate but it also feels rather boring in hand. The swappable arm gimmick is nice but I'm concerned that the joint will loosen over time and use. If you're a fan I'm sure you'll enjoy this figure.







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