Every year in Canada, Cineplex movie theatres organize a community day where movies are shown in the morning for free and snacks are offered at low rates. Any money made goes to charity. The movies are usually recent enough (like the previous year), so this time we have Transformers: The Last Knight as one of them. That particular film starts at 9:30 and it is first come first served as there are no tickets. This event is taking place next Saturday, the 27th, and doors open at 9 am. You can click on the following link to see the other movies offered and which cinemas are participating in the event: https://www.cineplex.com/Promos/Communi ... rtnerships
The case contents for Studio Series wave 4 deluxes has been revealed showing us what is in store for our neighbouring shelves. Firstly, no one will have trouble finding Dropkick who is packed three per case of eight. As for KSI Sentry, he is shortpacked with only being there once per case, but this is a redeco of a character that never appeared onscreen so it is probable that Hasbro anticipates a lower demand. DOTM Ratchet, Jazz and VW Bumblebee are rereleased for those who could not find them yet, and to ensure that the titular character will be found on shelves when the Bumblebee movie is out.
This info comes to us from Robot Kingdom which also reports the wave to start shipping on 1st November 2018. The wave 4 voyagers come out at the same time and they are evenly packed between ROTF Megaron and Starscream.
Recently, the new Hasbro X Alpha Transformers MA-1, a bomber jacket designed to flip between a yellow Bumblebee theme or a G1 box art theme, went up pre-order. Well, thanks to seibertron xRotorstormx, we now have in hand images for this beast! Here, we get a closer look at the detail found on the jacket itself. The bomber jacket even has a tag pretending it's from the 1959 (despite it saying 2018 on the copyright)! The pictures mostly show the Bumblebee, default side, but you can clearly see on the inside the classical G1 box art printed onto the jacket!
If you want to buy the Hasbro X Alpha Transformers MA-1 bomber jacket, you can order it here for $250 on the Alpha Industries website.
We have a notification of two new listings over on online retailer Amazon.com, featuring the Transformers Studio Series line, thanks to fellow Seibetronian boyatlarge who contacted us via email - though they appear to still be unavailable, the two deluxes found are live action Age of Extinction -sourced KSI Sentry ( a blue redeco with minor retool of Stinger ) and the upcoming Bumblebee movie antagonist Dropkick, in helicopter alt-mode!
The figures are currently listed at the 18.94 USD price point (or no price at all, in the case of Dropkick), but no further information is available on stock or release date, so stay tuned for more information as we gain access to it! You can check out the listings below.
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Alpha Industries has finally opened pre-orders for the new, officially licensed, limited edition, MA-1 style, Transformers jacket. The Jacket is reversible so you can choose to wear it with the Bumblebee racing stripes style being shown off or you can reverse it for a more Generation One centric look featuring some classic box art. The jacket is set to retail for 250 dollars and comes in sizes ranging from extra-small to extra-large. The jacket looks comfortable, be sure to order one today if it appeals to you!
Length: Above Hip
Recommended Weather: Intermediate Weather
Alpha logo on zig-zag zipper extension
MA-1 utility pocket on sleeve
Signature red “Remove Before Flight” flag
Transformers “Bumblebee” flag
Bumblebee logo printed on chest
“Transformers” printed on back
Transformers comic book artwork on reverse side
Two exterior flap pockets
Two interior welt pockets
Knit rib collar, cuffs and waistband
Ottoman knit cuffs
Hasbro is going all out on the upcoming Bumblebee movie with several stores organizing displays filled with a variety of Bumblebee merchandise. We have several examples below. The first comes from our own Jon 3.0 who found a display of mugs, water bottles, lunch boxes and more. You will see that there is merchandise for both Bumblebee in his movie look and his G1 look. That display was found at Ralph's a super market chain in California. This chain belongs to Kroger, so as you can expect, other Kroger stores also had massive displays. You will find an example of a Kroger display from Fort Wayne which was posted by Rookbartley on the TFW2005 forums. Finally, a picture has been circulating online of an in store display looking like an actual Volkswagen Beetle.
If you see cool displays like these, be sure to post them here.
Thanks to Seibertron.com podcasters xRotorstormx and megatronus, from two separate areas of the United States, we have some officially Transformers licensed Jada Toys news to share: the sighting of the Hollywood Rides Volkswagen Bumblebee RC toy!
Coming from both Michigan and Manhattan, and both found at Costco (including on the online store here) for $49.99, the toy is an RC 1:12 VW bug with monster truck wheels for all terrains. We knew of the Camaro Bumblebee and the Optimus Prime truck from previous stories, but this one is relatively out of nowhere. Check out the images below, and let us know what you think!
LOS ANGELES, CA -- OCTOBER 13TH-14TH, 2018 -- Universal CityWalk in Los Angeles, CA is all abuzz after being transformed by Hasbro & Paramount’s Bumblebee Movie. Live 1980s music by DJ Miss Ninja on the main stage (with some impressive 80s dance moves from the crowd), a Bumblebee statue, all the latest Bumblebee movie toys, a Bumblebee kid costume and accessories, two green screen photo opportunities and an airbrush tattoo station with three different Bumblebee movie tattoo choices.
The event was kicked off with special guest Jorge Lendeborg, Jr. who plays “Memo” in the upcoming Bumblebee movie. He briefly discussed his experience working on the film before introducing the trailer played on CityWalk’s giant screen.
The event also had free swag like free toys from the Bumblebee Energon Igniters line, Bumblebee branded headbands, sweatbands, pins, sunglasses and the recently-released Transformers Trading Game Starter Set.
Thank to Takara Tomy and their official YouTube channel - but also the Facebook page for fan community Transformers Never Die for the mirroring of the clip out of region lock - we have a new promotional clip for the Japanese toy releases (though remember: Hasbro and Takara Tomy Transformers are identical since the unification of the brand in the past year) that will accompany the upcoming live-action Bumblebee Movie!
In the clip, embedded below from the two sources, we get a look at Power Charge Bumblebee, the Legendary Optimus Prime we last reported on here, and the Turbo Changers / Energon Igniters line (with Barricade, OP and BB) - but also the Studio Series line outside of the Bumblebee movie. Check it out below!
Taking place this weekend - Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 October - at Universal City in California we have the next big promotion event for the upcoming Bumblebee Movie from Paramount's live action Transformers series, Hasbro, and director Travis Knight (on a script by Christina Hodson): Buzz Weekend!
The event is open to the public, and Seibertron.com will have a presence on the ground to chat to cast member Jorge Lendeborg Jr - co-starring with Hailee Steinfeld in the movie - and take part in the activities as listed below. Some of the licensed products from the movie will also be present, with Disguise, Inc showing off their Bumblebee costumes (as per their Twitter update), so if you can make it to Universal City, make sure to drop by!
Hasbro’s TRANSFORMERS and Universal CityWalk Present Buzz Weekend
Jorge Lendeborg Jr., one of the stars of Hasbro and Paramount Pictures upcoming new film Bumblebee, will officially kickoff Buzz Weekend at Universal CityWalk.
Buzz Weekend is a 2-day celebration of everyone’s favorite Transformer, Bumblebee and kicks off on Saturday, October 13 at 12 noon in anticipation of his first movie out December 21!
More Than Meets the Eye activities for the whole family include:
· Bumblebee’s ‘80s Dance Party
· Airbrush Tattoo Station
· Bumblebee Green Screen Photo Booth
· Fun Bumblebee and Transformers content on the Giant Screen
· Display of the Latest Exciting Bumblebee and Transformers Products
Saturday, October 13 – Sunday October 14
12pm – 4pm
5 Towers Stage (located adjacent to the Universal Cinema)
100 Universal City Plaza
Universal City, CA 91608
Come and #JoinTheBuzz
Bumblebee is in theaters December 21, 2018 On the run in the year 1987, Bumblebee finds refuge in a junkyard in a small Californian beach town. Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld), on the cusp of turning 18 and trying to find her place in the world, discovers Bumblebee, battle-scarred and broken. When Charlie revives him, she quickly learns this is no ordinary, yellow VW bug.
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