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Transformers Go! Anime Plot Revealed

Transformers News: Transformers Go! Anime Plot Revealed
Date: Friday, April 26th 2013 3:56pm CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): Hydra, Allspark boards

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Thanks to Hydra of the Allspark boards, we have details of the plot for the Transformers Go! straight-to-DVD supplement anime. This rectifies the previous speculation that the two combiner figures were one of each faction, stating that all six characters are in fact combining Autobots.

The magazine spread for Go! said that Optimus and co. had sealed Predaking away inside the Earth using the artfact known as the "Legendisk,"
and left Earth to hunt down other Predacons who had spread throughout the galaxy. They entrusted the duty of hunting down the scattering of Predacons still on Earth to a team of six Autobots...

In that sense, it takes place after BH, but whether it will link up smoothly is anyone's guess.

TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS Free-to-Play Game launches for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch + Android

Transformers News: TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS Free-to-Play Game launches for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch + Android
Date: Thursday, April 25th 2013 3:32pm CDT
Categories: Game News, Press Releases, Company News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Seibertron | Credit(s): DeNA, TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS

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TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS Free-to-Play Game launches for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch + Android

DeNA and Hasbro Rollout TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS Free-to-Play Game for Android, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

Choose to Protect Mankind as AUTOBOTS or Steal Earth's Resources as DECEPTICONS in the Ultimate TRANSFORMERS Mobile Card Battle Game

SAN FRANCISCO - April 25, 2013 - DeNA Co., Ltd. (TSE: 2432) and Hasbro, Inc. (NASDAQ: HAS) have released TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS, an action card battle game based on the TRANSFORMERS franchise, on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and on Google Play for Android devices.

TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS sets players on a war-torn Earth where they will choose to build a team of AUTOBOTS or DECEPTICONS to travel through two adventurous storylines, and battle against one another in intense player-versus-player combat.

"The TRANSFORMERS brand is a fantastic universe for our development team to create a fast-paced gameplay experience with gorgeous visuals, original characters, and never-before-seen game mechanics in the card-battle genre," said Clive Downie, CEO of DeNA West. "TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS packs an extraordinary amount of fun and engaging action into mobile devices for everyone, from the most devout TRANSFORMERS fans to those players that might be experiencing the ‘More Than Meets the Eye' property for the first time."

Inspired by the "first generation" characters and styling of the TRANSFORMERS brand introduced by Hasbro in the 1980's, players can collect hundreds of diverse TRANSFORMERS characters in their "Robot Mode" and "Alt Mode," which can be used in battle or to upgrade and level up other cards to create an even stronger deck. Players can also collect and combine the matching Robot and Alt modes of the same TRANSFORMERS characters to create stronger AUTOBOTS and DECEPTICONS with special bonuses in battle, giving players a powerful advantage against their opponents.

"This is our first time working with DeNA and we're excited to be teaming with their mobile game experts on our first official TRANSFORMERS mobile card-battle game," said Mark Blecher, Senior Vice President, Digital Gaming at Hasbro. "The launch of TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS is a great opportunity for us to share the TRANSFORMERS brand with the millions of game players across DeNA's Mobage social network."

TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS introduces new gameplay sequences during campaign missions where players can intercept enemy missiles in real-time as they scan battlefields for new TRANSFORMERS characters and other rewards. Player-versus-player matches give players an opportunity to showcase their most powerful TRANSFORMERS characters against opponents from around the world. Regular live events will be hosted in TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS where hundreds of players can battle against their greatest enemies in order to save the world or mine it for its vital resources.

The TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS App is available for free from the App Store on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and on Google Play for Android devices at

The launch trailer for TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS can be found via the following link:

TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS Free-to-Play Game launches for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch + Android

TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS Free-to-Play Game launches for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch + Android

TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS Free-to-Play Game launches for iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch + Android

About DeNA
DeNA Co., Ltd. is a global leader in mobile Internet services focused on social games and e-commerce. DeNA operates the Mobage platform, which offers freemium mobile social games developed by DeNA and third-party developers on multiple user networks localized for the West, Japan, Greater China and Korea. Founded in 1999, DeNA is headquartered in Tokyo with offices and development studios in 10 countries and regions. DeNA is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (2432). For more information, visit:

About Hasbro's TRANSFORMERS brand
First introduced in 1984 by Hasbro and Takara Tomy, the TRANSFORMERS brand has provided kids with hours of MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE fun with their action figures that convert from robot to vehicles and back again. Legions of kids around the world grew up creating fantastic adventures and battles set on both the planet CYBERTRON and Earth that featured the "good-guy" AUTOBOTS and the "bad-guy" DECEPTICONS. Since then, more than 7,500 robots have been introduced in animated TV series, comic books, three live-action feature films, thrill rides and more.

About Hasbro
Hasbro, Inc. (NASDAQ: HAS) is a branded play company providing children and families around the world with a wide-range of immersive entertainment offerings based on the Company's world class brand portfolio. From toys and games, to television programming, motion pictures, digital gaming and a comprehensive licensing program, Hasbro strives to delight its global customers with innovative, well-known and beloved brands such as TRANSFORMERS, LITTLEST PET SHOP, NERF, PLAYSKOOL, MY LITTLE PONY, G.I. JOE, MAGIC: THE GATHERING and MONOPOLY. The Company's Hasbro Studios develops and produces television programming for markets around the world. The Hub TV Network is part of a multi-platform joint venture between Hasbro and Discovery Communications (NASDAQ: DISCA, DISCB, DISCK), in the U.S. Through the Company's deep commitment to corporate social responsibility, including philanthropy, Hasbro is helping to build a safe and sustainable world for future generations and to positively impact the lives of millions of children and families every year. It has been recognized for its efforts by being named one of the "World's Most Ethical Companies" and is ranked as one of Corporate Responsibility Magazine's "100 Best Corporate Citizens."Learn more at © 2012 Hasbro, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Keep up with the latest news about Hasbro and its popular brands on Twitter at

TRANSFORMERS and all associated characters are trademarks of Hasbro. Apple, and App Store are trademarks of Apple Inc. Android and Google Play are trademarks of Google Inc. All other marks and names are trademarks of their respective companies.

# # #'s exclusive interview with TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS

Transformers News:'s exclusive interview with TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS
Date: Thursday, April 25th 2013 12:31pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Game News, People News, Digital Media News, Interviews
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To coincide with today's launch of the popular TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS game on iOS devices (iPod, iPad, and iPhone), the folks behind the TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS took some time to answer a bunch of our questions regarding this game. The responses are from Tom Hess, DeNA Producer of TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS.

TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS is available on Android and iOS devices. You can download the app for Android devices here in the Google Play Store and for iOS devices in the iTunes App Store by clicking here.'s exclusive interview with TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS's exclusive interview with TRANSFORMERS:'s exclusive interview with TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS How long was the development process on this game? Did Hasbro approach DeNA or did DeNA approach Hasbro about the idea?

DeNA: It has taken almost a full year since the idea was born. We were looking for a strong intellectual property (IP) that would work great with the card battle game design system. Both myself and other members of the team are huge Transformers fans and we felt that we could make a great card battle game with the Transformers license. So we approached Hasbro about the idea, and thus TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS was born. Can you tell us about your experience working with Hasbro? Maybe tell us a little bit about the approval process, etc.

DeNA: Our relationship with Hasbro has been fantastic. Both companies are very excited about the game. Our team at DeNA comes up with the characters we want to make and the themes of the Episodes. We then send those ideas to Hasbro so they can help make sure everything is authentic to the Transformers Universe. It's great to have access to such a valuable resource. Once the theme and characters are approved then we start creating the art. Are there any other games that the development team used as inspirations for the Transformers Legends game?

DeNA: We’re fortunate at DeNA that our parent company in Japan is an established leader in developing mobile card battle games like the popular title Blood Brothers. The TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS development team is based in DeNA’s San Francisco office, and it has been great to leverage our Japanese colleagues’ expertise in mobile game design with our San Francisco-based team’s knowledge of making games in the West.'s exclusive interview with TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS The artwork of the Transformers is beautiful. Can you share some information with us about the artists involved with the game such as their names, backgrounds, past experience, other games or projects they have worked on in the past?

DeNA: Our internal art team has quite a diverse background with experience in developing PC/Mac, AAA console, and of course mobile games. Here are some quick bios of the internal art team:

Steve Abeyta (Art Director)
DeNA: Eliminate, We Rule, We Farm, Quests and Sorcery, TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS
Bungie Software: Oni, Halo, Halo 2
Worked freelance for quite a few years as well as an Animator/Artist
Graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from UC Berkeley, but quickly switched industries and started at Bungie as an Animator

Sunghoon Kim (Senior Artist)
DeNA: We City, Quests and Sorcery, TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS
Highimpactgames LLC.: Ratchet and Clank and Jak and Daxter
Graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design, majored in Animation
Hongik Univ. in Seoul, majored in Industrial Design

Brian White (Senior Artist)
DeNA: Quests & Sorcery and TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS
Perpetual Entertainment: Star Trek Online
Linden Lab: Second Life
EA: Sim City, The Sims2, etc.
Fisher-Price Toys
Graduate of RISD: Industrial Design

We're also very lucky to work with some excellent external sketch artists including Transformers comic veterans Guido Guidi and Dan Khanna. They were instrumental in helping develop the new angle on the Transformers robots. Additionally, we work with some extremely talented painters. It was a challenge to get all the different parts of the pipeline to create a cohesive look but we're happy with the results and excited about some new twists we have coming up.'s exclusive interview with TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS Are there any plans to have a book tie-in that showcases the artwork from the game? I'm sure a lot of Seibertronians out there would be very excited about a Transformers Legends book.

DeNA: Stay tuned to find out! For the programming and computer geeks out there, can you tell us a little bit about what's going on behind the scenes programming wise? What programming language was the game developed in? Anything cool from a programming perspective that the developers would like to share or rave about? Any brand spankin' new technologies being used that the programmers are excited about implementing?

DeNA: TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS is entirely developed using javascript - Client and Server. Game clients are using a cross platform game engine called ngCore ( It enables us to create native quality mobile games for Android and iOS. The server is developed using node.js with mongodb, redis and memcached. The common language allows faster iteration times during development. Will the upcoming iPhone version be identical as the Android version or will there be some differences between the two? If there are any differences, what can you tell us about what to expect?

DeNA: They will be exactly the same. In fact you will be able to access the same account on both devices. So if you want to play on your Android phone on your way home from work and your iPad when you get home, you can! Some of the character designs appear to originate with the toys. Some of the characters have not received a toy in modern times. Can you tell us about the design process and where the character designs came from? Maybe provide a few examples to demonstrate various sources ...

DeNA: We use as much reference as we can but get our key elements from the toys. When developing a look for a character we follow one guideline - the character must be instantly recognizable. So even though we will adjust proportions and levels of articulation, the character must have the identifying features that define it. We may do a new angle on those features, but the original integrity of them must be kept in tact. From what I've seen so far, Transformers Legends is very G1 based. Are there any plans to integrate popular characters from other series such as Blackout (Movie/Animated), Barricade (Movie), Jolt (Movie), Strika (Animated/Beast Machines), Obsidian (Beast Machines), Bulkhead (Animated/Prime), and other popular favorites?

DeNA: Right now we are really focused on G1. There are so many great story lines that we can still explore, but that doesn't mean we can't start incorporating different characters and styles of Transformers. That is one of the great things about the brand; the Transformers Universe is so broad. Are there any plans to roll out other versions or editions of the game such as Beast Wars or the live action Movie universe?

DeNA: We have been exploring ideas around Beast Wars. You’ll have to stay tuned for upcoming Episodes to find out. As for the movie universe, that is an interesting idea but we're focused on G1 for now as there are so many interesting storylines to explore. The movies are great on their own of course, and I personally can't wait to see Transformers 4. Is there any hint or suggestion about the game that the developers would like to share with everyone? Maybe a tip for something that they think players might be overlooking or something.

DeNA: TRANSFORMERS characters are already very powerful by nature, but you can push their strength to even much greater heights by following these tips:

  • Upgrade your cards to make them more powerful. Use redundant cards you collect throughout the game to upgrade your favorite cards. The redundant cards are converted into XP, which is used to level up your selected card. With every next level the stats of your card increases. Maxed out cards also receive an extra bonus in battle.
  • Trans-Scan is an excellent way to increase the power of a TRANSFORMERS character card. Trans-Scan is the process of combining the Alt mode and the Robot mode of a character card. If you upgrade both the Robot Mode and the Alt Mode to Max Level before performing the Trans-Scan, you will get the largest stat increase - a 10% bonus per card on all stats! Cards that have been Trans-Scanned also receive a bonus during combat.
  • Weapons are cards that can be equipped by TRANSFORMERS character cards. Every TRANSFORMERS character card has a Specialization and Class. By equipping weapons that match these roles the power of the character card gets boosted. But every TRANSFORMERS character card from rarity 3 and up also has its own unique signature weapon card. Matching the character with its unique own weapon card boosts the stats of character cards significantly, over 150% and more. Obtain the matching weapon card that belongs to your strongest character cards to unlock the full potential of your deck. Some weapons also have special abilities that really put the power in your card’s punch; triple attacks, increased critical strikes or increase card’s attack power by a multitude!
  • Recommend is an easy and quick way to make sure you have the strongest deck possible. When you hit recommend the game selects and equips the most powerful character and weapon cards available. Checking the Deck Power stat is an excellent and easy way to monitor the increase of your deck’s power.
  • Rarity determines the power of a card; the higher the number on the card frame the stronger the card. Try to collect as much high rarity cards as possible to make your deck stronger.
  • Always make sure you not only have the strong Team, but also make sure you put your strongest cards in the AUTOBOT and DECEPTICON Squads. These squads are used for boss battles and by winning boss battles you can capture it’s weapon. You don’t want to miss out on these opportunities by losing the battle - so always bring your strongest cards with you! Will DeNA be attending BotCon (the official Transformers convention), San Diego Comic-Con or any other events where fans can interact directly with DeNA? I'm sure everyone at would love to see Transformers Legends represented properly at BotCon.

DeNA: We're always excited to meet our players and get their feedback on the game. We are still in the midst of planning our events presence for this year, but San Diego Comic-Con and BotCon are definitely on our radar. In the meantime, if you have any thoughts or suggestions on other events we should bring the game to, please feel free to leave us a note on our feedback page in the game:'s exclusive interview with TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS's exclusive interview with TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS's exclusive interview with TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS's exclusive interview with TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS Are there plans to release the game for other Android based devices such as the Kindle?

DeNA: There are no plans at this time. But I've passed the suggestion along! Does the Transformers Legends team have a consensus on a favorite character? What about their favorite allegiance: Autobots or Deceptions? Why?

DeNA: There is no consensus. We all have our favorites. Below are the team’s answers to the last two questions.

Character: Skywarp. He was my favorite toy as a kid.
Faction: Decepticons all the way. I always wanted them to win just once in the cartoon and I like fighter jets as well.

Character: Soundwave
Faction: Decpticons hands down. They have the cool tech.

Character: Jazz. I always like him in the cartoon.
Faction: I root for the Autobots on the show, but my initial selection in the game was Decepticons. Being a jet is way cooler!

Character: Ravage
Faction: Decepticons, because 'good is dumb'.

Character: soundwave (me love gadgets)
Faction: Decepticon (muhahahaha)

Character: Optimus Prime
Faction: Autobots... sanctimoniousness.

Character: Without much doubt that would be Devastator. He is this incredibly powerful Gestalt, and his combined physical power is only rivaled and surpassed by a few. Mentally though, that's a different story. His limited psyche is quite primitive and he only really gets anything done when all parts agree, which is rare, and so more often then not he's a giant of uncontrolled rage and fury. For the most part he's as dumb as a box of hammers and only capable of destruction and little else, but considering how Decepticons go, that's not much of a problem.
Faction: Decepticons. They got the cool jets. They've got Devastator. How many more reasons do you need?

Character: Have to agree with Bert, I think Devastator is pretty cool because he literally ate a pyramid in the 2nd movie and sometimes I'm that hungry too
Faction: Whichever has more girl ones

Character: Laserbeak: As a Chilean I have to choose Laserbeak. He can transform into a Condor, the national bird of Chile, which is really awesome and beautiful.
Faction: Decepticon. Being the good guy is too easy, and Decepticons always had the best transformations (in my opinion).

Character: My favorite character is Autobot Jazz and it is transformed from the car, and cars are my best interest.
I painted the car version and I was very excited while I was painting.
Faction: however, I love the most characters in Decepticon because many of them have strong personality in style.

Character: Grimlock
Faction: I'd have to say the Autobots. They're working to protect the universe, which is a plus, and they have some of the most memorable members: Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Jazz, and of course Grimlock (technically). Oh, and Daniel Witwicky. Never mind lets go with Decepticons.

Character: Steeljaw. He was the toy I could always carry with me wherever I went, and he's literally a magnetic cassette tape that turns into a lion. That's either ridiculous, awesome, or a little of both. I'm not qualified to judge.
Faction: Autobots. Evil is only fun when it's competent.

Character: Unicron. Go big or go home! Unless you live on Unicron, because you're already home. But you probably have a very short lifespan.
Faction: Decepticons. Evil is only fun when it's INcompetent.

Character: Grimlock
Faction: Autobots because red > purple

Character: Jetfire. He came in this huge box, and you could only buy him one hour away from where I lived. I spent all my allowance on him and even though he repeatedly bruised my finger when I popped open the metal front landing gear, he was always my favorite Transformer.
Faction: Autobots From all of us here at and from Transformers fans around the world, thank you to DeNA for taking this time to answer all of our questions about TRANSFORMERS: LEGENDS. Keep up the great work!

Transformers Go! Anime - Update

Transformers News: Transformers Go! Anime - Update
Date: Thursday, April 25th 2013 5:34am CDT
Categories: Cartoon News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): 4chan, TFYuki

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Update - We initially reported that Transformers Go! would be a TV series airing in Japan in 2013, starting in July.
We now have confirmation from the TFYuki Twitter account that this is not the case: Transformers Go! will be a straight to DVD series, supplement to the TV magazine.

We did get a better look at both combiner characters, including the so far teased Decepticon beast-combiner! Image mirrored from /4chan/ below. And thanks to TFYuki, we now know the names of the two combiners: Gokenzan and Gogekisou.

TFYuki wrote:Transformers GO! anime is NOT TV series. It will be "supplement" anime DVD series for TV-kun and TV Magazine.
Samurai team gattai robo=Gokenzan
Ninja team gattai robo=Gogekisou
Transformers Go! Anime Confirmed

Transformers Go! Anime Confirmed

Transformers 4 Casting Call for Extras

Transformers News: Transformers 4 Casting Call for Extras
Date: Thursday, April 25th 2013 4:55am CDT
Categories: Movie Related News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Va'al | Credit(s): ExploreTalent, jON3.0

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Thanks to resident voice actor jON3.0, it has been brought to our attention that casting site ExploreTalent has an ad looking for support roles and extras for an 'Action Sci-Fi film featuring Mark Wahlberg'.
Feel up to the casting call? Check out the full ad below!

Feature Film Starring:
Mark Wahlberg (Ted, Shooter, The Fighter)
Jack Reynor (What Richard Did, Dollhouse)

A feature film about an ancient struggle between two extraterrestrial races, the heroic Autobots and the evil Decepticons. Battle each other for power, good, and evil.

Pay rate: $842.00 Depending on Role and Experience!!!

Now excepting Union and Non-union Submissions.

Role # 1 - Supporting Role

Seeking 15 talent(s) for this role

Feature Film seeking supporting roles.
Searchable talent specs:
Gender: Male Female
Age: from 18 to 35
Ethnicity: Any -

Role # 2 - Extras

Seeking 20 talent(s) for this role

Feature Film seeking extras roles.
Searchable talent specs:
Gender: Male Female
Age: from 5 to 70
Ethnicity: Any -

Slagacon's First Guest Announced: Buster Jones!

Transformers News: Slagacon's First Guest Announced: Buster Jones!
Date: Saturday, April 20th 2013 5:26am CDT
Categories: Press Releases, Digital Media News
Posted by: Autobot032 | Credit(s): Chad from Slagacon

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Chad from Slagacon sent us this piece of news so we could share it with you.

We are proud to announce our first guest, none other than the voice of Blaster, Mr. Buster Jones! Mr. Jones not only voiced Blaster in Transformers generation one series and Transformers The Movie, he also voiced Doc and Zap in G.I. Joe, as well as Winston Zedmore in The Real Ghostbusters. Mr. Jones is also famous for voicing Black Vulcan in several Super Friends cartoon series.

Slagacon's First Guest Announced: Buster Jones!

Check out Buster Jones’extensive career on IMDB!

For more information, visit for more details.

Michigan's Motion Picture Studios Are Gearing Up For Transformers 4 Filming

Transformers News: Michigan's Motion Picture Studios Are Gearing Up For Transformers 4 Filming
Date: Thursday, April 18th 2013 3:27pm CDT
Categories: Movie Related News, Digital Media News
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The news world is all abuzz with movie news today! We have yet another article for you to read!

Michael Bay's 'Transformers 4' sets up shop in Metro Detroit; Pontiac's Michigan Motion Picture Studios eager for workload

DETROIT, MI - Michigan Motion Picture Studios in Pontiac is preparing up for another Hollywood closeup.
The production venue that was home to the hit Sam Raimi-directed film "Oz the Great and Powerful" will also host crews for Michael Bay's "Transformers 4" this summer.

Set building for "Transformers 4" - expected to get an official title soon - has already begun at the 535,000-square foot facility and has Michigan Motion Pictures Studios chief operating officer Tony Wenson excited.

"They are in the process of pre-production right now," Wenson told MLive Detroit, when asked if Bay's film crew is in town. "They are filming in several other states, too. The majority of their shooting, I believe, will be done in the state of Michigan.

"In addition to working on our stages, they’ll also be working throughout the state at different locations. We’re really excited that they’re here. We’re looking forward to the opportunity to service another film.”

Wenson declined to say specifically when filming for "Transformers 4" will begin, but disclosed it will happen "early" this summer.

To read the full article, click here. When you're done reading, come on back to the forums and join the discussion!

Paramount Launches Reality TV Show to Cast Chinese Actors For Transformers 4

Transformers News: Paramount Launches Reality TV Show to Cast Chinese Actors For Transformers 4
Date: Thursday, April 18th 2013 3:00pm CDT
Categories: Movie Related News, Digital Media News
Posted by: Autobot032 | Credit(s): The Hollywood Reporter, Yahoo! Movies

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Yes, you read that headline correctly. Paramount is using reality TV to cast people for the next film! This is the first time they've done something like this.

The Hollywood Reporter article located here at Yahoo! Movies states:

Co-produced by Paramount, China Movie Channel and Jiaflix Enterprises, Transformers 4 will be partly shot in China and is slated for an opening on June 27, 2014.
The show is set to commence broadcast in China in June 2013, with a panel of judges comprising Sid Ganis, the former head of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences and the current chairman of Jiaflix; the film’s producer Lorenzo DiBonaventura and casting director Denise Chamian; Paramount’s marketing and distribution chief Megan Colligan.
The film’s Chinese backers will be represented by Jia Qi, deputy director of the film’s Chinese co-producers China Movie Channel; and Liang Longfei, vice-president of m1905, the channel’s portal through which contestants (who need to be over 18) can register for the show.
Producers said the four winning contestants will join “a number of talented Chinese actors and actresses” in Transformers 4. The third film in the franchise, Dark of the Moon, generated $165 million in China, and stands fourth in the country’s overall box-office rankings behind Avatar, Lost in Thailand and Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons.

Transformers 4, which hasn't been given an official title, yet, will see release on June 27th. 2014. Until then hit up the movie forums and discuss what's coming with the rest of us!

Twincast / Podcast Episode #65 "Fortress Maximus"

Transformers News: Twincast / Podcast Episode #65 "Fortress Maximus"
Date: Sunday, April 14th 2013 9:35pm CDT
Categories: Site News, Toy News, Digital Media News, Podcast
Posted by: Razorclaw0000

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Views: 62,336 is proud to present the latest episode of the Twincast. Join auxiliary host Razorclaw, Seibertron, jON3.0, and special guest joevill for discussions about the latest Transformers talking points. As always, the episode is available directly and in our RSS Feed and should appear on iTunes within 24 to 48 hours of this news post.

Episode #65 includes the following discussion topics:

Transformers 4 coming to Chicago and Detroit

Twincast / Podcast #65 "Fortress Maximus"

E-Hobby Magnificus

Twincast / Podcast #65 "Fortress Maximus"

Takara Tomy's version of Beast Hunters ... Transformers GO!

Twincast / Podcast #65 "Fortress Maximus"

Masterpiece accessories used as retail exclusives

Twincast / Podcast #65 "Fortress Maximus"

Fortress Maximus - We discuss reported QC issues with stickers, stress marks, missing parts, etc. Bonus: jON3.0 opens his Fort Max during the podcast!

Twincast / Podcast #65 "Fortress Maximus"

Generations Hoist revealed plus BotCon Machine Wars Obsidian color scheme changed

Twincast / Podcast #65 "Fortress Maximus"

Beast Hunters cartoon episodes discussion: Prey, Scattered, and Darkmount, NV

Twincast / Podcast #65 "Fortress Maximus"

Ryan discusses the latest site news including design changes and the return of the galleries!

Twincast / Podcast #65 "Fortress Maximus"

Bragging Rights!


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Transformers Cameos on the Latest Edition of "N-if-L"

Transformers News: Transformers Cameos on the Latest Edition of "N-if-L"
Date: Friday, March 22nd 2013 5:48pm CDT
Category: Digital Media News
Posted by: El Duque | Credit(s):

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The latest edition of "N-if-L" on the features a healthy dose of Transformers references! This short video that delves into what would have happened if the San Francisco 49ers had traded Steve Young to the Kansas City Chiefs rather than Joe Montana features cameos by Optimus Prime, the Seekers, Soundwave, and his minions. Click here on the image below to visit and view the video.

Alex Smith became the most recent San Francisco 49ers QB to be traded to the Chiefs. Dave Dameshek explores what would've happened had Steve Young, not Joe Montana, been traded to Kansas City in 1993.

Transformers Cameos on the Lastest Edition of "N-if-L"

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Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #241 - Toy Fair 2020
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