Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online

Transformers News: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online

Wednesday, May 10th, 2017 2:34PM CDT

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Fellow Seibertronian Deadput has spotted another Steve Jablonsky music clip on YouTube, this time probably the fifth track from the score to the upcoming live-action movie Transformers: The Last Knight. The previous one had disappeared then reappeared, so you way want to listen to this quick before it gets taken down!

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Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880749)
Posted by Deadput on May 10th, 2017 @ 2:36pm CDT
#Sideways# wrote:"Post of Ancient Aliens and Time Travel"

It could be time travel maybe Bay and the crew were inspired by the rumors of time travel that like Unicron has been something people keep saying is going to happen since ROTF.

Maybe this "supposed" early draft for TF4 "AOE" had something to do with it? (Still don't know if it was legit or not)

Edit: Can't attach PDF files can someone tell me how I can post the file?
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880752)
Posted by Caelus on May 10th, 2017 @ 2:43pm CDT
Might also be interesting if they mash together the idea of Unicron with the storyline in IDW where Shockwave tried to stop time. The name "Unicron" is sort of suggestive of a temporal singularity.

I imagine that stopping time, and effectively eliminating the concept of "change", would cost Unicron street cred as a god of "chaos" but I always thought his motivation to consume everything in existence ran contrary to that anyway (Primus seems more like chaos, and Unicron order) and if one considers Unicron's general motives, rewinding the universe back to the beginning of time might actually be more practical than eating literally everything.
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880759)
Posted by Sigma Magnus on May 10th, 2017 @ 2:54pm CDT
...I can already tell I'm gonna love this soundtrack. Steve does not disappoint. :michaelbay:
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880765)
Posted by Va'al on May 10th, 2017 @ 3:09pm CDT
Along with the latest trailer and the latest posters for Paramount's upcoming live-action movie Transformers: The Last Knight, we have also taken the time to bring you a high definition screencap gallery of the Secret Past clip (you know, not the dude one)!

You can browse through 400+ images right here, and take a look at a couple of highlights below, while also checking out the trailer again - dudes.



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Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880766)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on May 10th, 2017 @ 3:12pm CDT
Va'al wrote:Image

Yes! Barricade is on my favorite flavor!

Emerje wrote:"Strawberricade" :DANCE:

:lol: :lol: :lol:

I would lie if I said I didn't love that WWII Bee. At least we now seem to know why Bay was blowing up a Churchill home with Nazi flags: Bee was doing it. And he looks really good in WWII kibble. I join the group who like the idea of the voyager toy being his WWII self.

And if he and Hot Rod were both active during WWII, it would make a sort of sense. Hot Rod was a protector of Laura Haddock's character and potentially her family before that, so he could have been around a long time. Bee comes to Earth to track the Allspark and Megatron, and is here for a lot longer than we though he was. He and Hot Rod meet up and bond, hence the brotherhood the 2 share. Rod goes back to being a silent guardian while Bee goes on with his mission.

Also, Seibs said months ago this film would feel like much more of a reboot than the 4th film, and I think we are finally seeing that effect. WWII and other versions of characters would be cool though, and Drift actually had some kibble change for his samurai look, so there is that. And since we never got the story of how Hound, Crosshairs, and Drift came to Earth, that can be played with, what with Hound being a barbarian fighter or something, Drift basically creating the Samurai, and IDK Crosshairs could be the inspiration for the trenchcoat and he worked with Sherlock Holmes himself.
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880774)
Posted by Va'al on May 10th, 2017 @ 3:42pm CDT
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I mean, they look ugly, but call them demons..?

('And demons appeared', says the Latin on the left. The one on the right - 'conior' - means nothing, or is a wrong version of 'to try' - which is ironic really, cos it failed.)



And why is Megatron treating Krakatoa like a British firework display?
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880778)
Posted by Deadput on May 10th, 2017 @ 3:49pm CDT
Va'al wrote:Image

I mean, they look ugly, but call them demons..?

('And demons appeared', says the Latin on the left. The one on the right - 'conior' - means nothing, or is a wrong version of 'to try' - which is ironic really, cos it failed.)



And why is Megatron treating Krakatoa like a British firework display?


Honestly if we were being attacked by big transformers in real life I'm sure quite a few people would call or think of them as demons.

Plus Demon doesn't have to be literal for example in the Halo games the Master Chief was called Demon by the Covenant both as an insult and as a sign of respect.
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880779)
Posted by Caelus on May 10th, 2017 @ 3:52pm CDT
Am I right in thinking there's no native American art in any of the promos? Or African?

The collection seems to be confined to western civilizations, aside from the picture of Drift in Japan, and that's a photograph, so it was presumably taken after the intervention of European interests in Japanese culture.
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880782)
Posted by Va'al on May 10th, 2017 @ 3:58pm CDT
Deadput wrote:
Va'al wrote:Image

I mean, they look ugly, but call them demons..?

('And demons appeared', says the Latin on the left. The one on the right - 'conior' - means nothing, or is a wrong version of 'to try' - which is ironic really, cos it failed.)



And why is Megatron treating Krakatoa like a British firework display?


Honestly if we were being attacked by big transformers in real life I'm sure quite a few people would call or think of them as demons.

Plus Demon doesn't have to be literal for example in the Halo games the Master Chief was called Demon by the Covenant both as an insult and as a sign of respect.


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Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880783)
Posted by Va'al on May 10th, 2017 @ 4:02pm CDT
Caelus wrote:Am I right in thinking there's no native American art in any of the promos? Or African?

The collection seems to be confined to western civilizations, aside from the picture of Drift in Japan, and that's a photograph, so it was presumably taken after the intervention of European interests in Japanese culture.



I was looking for the same thing as I was choosing the images for the story, and you appear to be correct. Other than Krakatoa (in Western accounts) and the pyramids from ROTF, there has been very little contact with US/European civilisations in the story told so far.

China comes in during modern times, and as you point out, Japan may be more during colonial times too.

EDIT: There is one shot of Frederick Douglass, but that's it!
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Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880784)
Posted by Prowl4 on May 10th, 2017 @ 4:04pm CDT
These movies have done the ridiculous and people are complaining about the bots being involved through history lol.

They've kept the plot guarded but I wouldn't be surprised if excalibur is a cybertronian relic that can either go back in time or if it is a portal device to step through history.
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880785)
Posted by transformnerd114 on May 10th, 2017 @ 4:04pm CDT
Prowl4 wrote: Wheeljack hasn't appeared in the movies.
He "had a roll" in DOTM as Que.
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880786)
Posted by crazyfist on May 10th, 2017 @ 4:10pm CDT
I wonder if they'll somehow tie in Sam Witwicky's family because there is a newspaper article in the background with Sam's Great-Grandfather Archibald and the photo with Hot Rod, the plaque says 'The Order of the Witwiccans 1901'. Plus, in one of the original teasers, Anthony Hopkins says 'No sacrifice, no victory' to some extent. I wonder if he is related somehow?
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880788)
Posted by Deadput on May 10th, 2017 @ 4:18pm CDT
Prowl4 wrote:These movies have done the ridiculous and people are complaining about the bots being involved through history lol.

They've kept the plot guarded but I wouldn't be surprised if excalibur is a cybertronian relic that can either go back in time or if it is a portal device to step through history.

Excalibur being a Cybertronian weapon is granted at this point most likely especially with the gun sword from AOE.

I do enjoy the "twist" that Merlin wasn't an actual wizard or used real magic but he had connections with Cybertronians like how Sam Witwicky and Cade Yeager did and that those events were retold as a story or folk tale with magic and other exaggerations.

I wonder if the Lady of the Lake or the sword in the stone will be retold in the movie too I hope so I also like how the movie has a bunch of the different Knights of the Round table including some of the more obscure ones.

I really love the old Knights tales so this Transformer movie is already the best one to me even if they go all retcon on events or reset the movies with time travel.
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880790)
Posted by Deadput on May 10th, 2017 @ 4:22pm CDT
crazyfist wrote:I wonder if they'll somehow tie in Sam Witwicky's family because there is a newspaper article in the background with Sam's Great-Grandfather Archibald and the photo with Hot Rod, the plaque says 'The Order of the Witwiccans 1901'. Plus, in one of the original teasers, Anthony Hopkins says 'No sacrifice, no victory' to some extent. I wonder if he is related somehow?

In the imax preview event that some people including myself saw when Cade, Bee and Cogman arrive at Hopkin's castle Hopkin's character states that he recognizes Bumblebee from when he was a kid.

So chances are that he is a relative to the Witwicky family or more likely the Witwickys split off from the Witwiccans at some point maybe by someone who no longer wanted to be part of the order but that last bit is just speculation and guessing on my part.
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880791)
Posted by cruizerdave on May 10th, 2017 @ 4:24pm CDT
Transformers have a secret link to Earth's past? What a creative idea. I've never seen that before.
Unless you count the previous four Bayformers movies.
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880795)
Posted by Deadput on May 10th, 2017 @ 4:34pm CDT
cruizerdave wrote:Transformers have a secret link to Earth's past? What a creative idea. I've never seen that before.
Unless you count the previous four Bayformers movies.


And G1 as well as every Transformer show ever.

Really besides the Transformers themselves Cybertron having connections to Earth is one of the staples on the franchise.

It's not the concept of the idea it's what one does with that idea that makes or breaks it.
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880799)
Posted by SureShot18 on May 10th, 2017 @ 4:45pm CDT
Gotta say, I really dig the idea of Transformers being present throughout human history. As long as it's not through time travel. Of course, the whole idea is a little ridiculous but I just like it.

And if the Bumblebee spinoff isn't about him killing Nazis during World War II I will be very disappointed.
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880810)
Posted by Rodimus Prime on May 10th, 2017 @ 5:21pm CDT
Has it been said how long TLK will be? AoE was almost 3 hours. I hope they trim this one down to around 2 hours to 2 hours 15 minutes.

Also, considering Bumblebee is getting his own movie, I would love to see Megatron get his own movie as well, showing how he went from a gladiator to the Decepticon leader. I realize that Bumblebee is getting his own movie just so Hasbro can sell toys, and that the story of Megatron is available in the comics, but it would be neat to see it in live action form, even if it was straight-to-DVD.
Re: Another Steve Jablonsky Transformers: The Last Knight Track Online (1880824)
Posted by Sabrblade on May 10th, 2017 @ 6:41pm CDT
SlyTF1 wrote:This is the first time I've been impressed by something related to Bumblebee. Actually, it might be the second time, but I forgot what the first time was.
Just Movie Bumblebee specifically, or Bumblebee in general?

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