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New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects

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Via entertainment media website Deadline, we have some news regarding the Paramount project for Transformers 5 and the expanded universe led by Akiva Goldsman - who appears to have been moved from the direct writing of the script for the next movie, and will be heading a similar project for the G.I. Joe and Micronauts franchises instead. Read more on this below, and head here for the full story!

After their Akiva Goldsman-led Writers Room experiment led to at least three movie ideas to extend Transformers, Hasbro and Paramount have set Goldsman to supervise a Writers Room for their G.I. Joe movie series. And they will go the same route with Goldsman to draft ideas for the Hasbro property Micronauts, with Goldsman supervising that as well.

This change of duties means Goldsman will supervise but won’t write the next Transformers installment. Paramount now is negotiating with Writers Room participants Art Marcum & Matt Holloway (Iron Man) and Black Hawk Down scribe Ken Nolan to write the script together. That course change was cemented by Paramount, Hasbro, Michael Bay, Steven Spielberg and producers Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Don Murphy.
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Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1743304)
Posted by Carnivius_Prime on November 21st, 2015 @ 6:04am CST
Oh just hurry up. I want some new movie figures!

:michaelbay: :michaelbay: :michaelbay:
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1743328)
Posted by griftimus prime on November 21st, 2015 @ 8:35am CST
lol. all of this talk about a super awesome writing team and making ten sequels or whatever then people drop out.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1743344)
Posted by Sabrblade on November 21st, 2015 @ 10:32am CST
One less Batman & Robin writer to worry about sounds fine to me. :P
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1743493)
Posted by Deadput on November 21st, 2015 @ 8:45pm CST
griftimus prime wrote:lol. all of this talk about a super awesome writing team and making ten sequels or whatever then people drop out.



Your saying this like anyone dropped out.



If you actually stop being snarky and read the post Goldsman is just trading places with some better writers while he helps with Gi Joe.



Seriously it's good someone better then him is writing 5.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1744200)
Posted by OptimalOptimus2 on November 25th, 2015 @ 2:13pm CST
I am nervous about this. Stop teasing us!
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1765973)
Posted by Va'al on February 13th, 2016 @ 1:40pm CST
As announced in the investors meeting and webcast, Paramount and Hasbro are already reaping the fruits of the writers' room production, and have not one but three new movie releases lined up for the coming years! Hasbro reached out directly with the full information, which you can find below. What do you make of the continuation of the series, and the Bumblebee spin-off?

We are reaching out today to share some exciting Transformers movie news from Hasbro’s Allspark Pictures and Paramount. At Hasbro’s Analyst Presentation this morning during Toy Fair, Hasbro Chairman, President and CEO Brian Goldner announced new details about the next three films in the multi-billion dollar global franchise.

In partnership with Paramount, the writers’ room assembled by Hasbro’s Allspark pictures has created several exciting new Transformers stories and is beginning development on the next three theatrical films.


· In 2017, Michael Bay will direct the next chapter of the Transformers films, with Mark Wahlberg returning to star. That film is slated for release on June 23.


· On June 8, 2018, a new film is being developed which will tell the never before heard story of Bumblebee, one of the most beloved characters from Hasbro’s Transformers universe.


· A third new film will continue the story of Hasbro’s iconic franchise which is scheduled for release on June 28, 2019.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1765977)
Posted by Evil Eye on February 13th, 2016 @ 1:49pm CST
A Bumblebee movie.

A BUMBLEBEE movie.

A movie. About Bumblebee.



I'm not sure whether to laugh or scream. Or both.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1765988)
Posted by griftimus prime on February 13th, 2016 @ 2:10pm CST
i wonder what kind of toys will be in the bb movie line.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1765991)
Posted by Deathsaurus1 on February 13th, 2016 @ 2:18pm CST
Character development please lol
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1765997)
Posted by Stuartmaximus on February 13th, 2016 @ 2:36pm CST
aye! like Star Wars.....there's to be one a year(ok there's the possibility that Star Wars may do two films a year)

+ there's to be a Bee movie(as in Bumblebee)
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1766007)
Posted by DedicatedGhostArt on February 13th, 2016 @ 2:49pm CST
Like we've not had enough Bumblebee already, "let's just make a whole movie about him!" :lol:
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1766010)
Posted by partholon on February 13th, 2016 @ 2:57pm CST
oh christ !

is there seriously demand for a bumblebee movie ?

i mean Fking bumblebee !

if your gonna concentrate on on origin story of one of the main characters surely to GOD its prime !

i'll be hnonest i was having a hard enough time going to the regular films now as they continually disapoint on everything past the effects front.

theres got to be some sort of mad karma going on that the films seem to be getting worse inversely porportional to the rise in quality of the comics.

:D :D :D

i wont condemn it completely and will wait to see what theyre selling us in the trailers but TBH im first reponse upon hearing this was "God no ".
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1766024)
Posted by Microraptor on February 13th, 2016 @ 3:30pm CST
Is it wrong that i'm ecstatic over a Bumblebee film?
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1766025)
Posted by DedicatedGhostArt on February 13th, 2016 @ 3:32pm CST
Microraptor wrote:Is it wrong that i'm ecstatic over a Bumblebee film?


I am neutral about it. I hope we see how he loses his voice.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1766039)
Posted by Carnivius_Prime on February 13th, 2016 @ 4:27pm CST
More awesome CGI robot fight scenes, transformations and lots of toys for me. :)
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1766054)
Posted by DedicatedGhostArt on February 13th, 2016 @ 4:52pm CST
Carnivius_Prime wrote:More awesome CGI robot fight scenes, transformations and lots of toys for me. :)


Hopefully not all the toys are Bumblebee. :lol:
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1766241)
Posted by Mykltron on February 14th, 2016 @ 3:58am CST
SillySpringer wrote:
Carnivius_Prime wrote:More awesome CGI robot fight scenes, transformations and lots of toys for me. :)


Hopefully not all the toys are Bumblebee. :lol:


The movie is going to bee like this, but all Bumblebees:
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1766339)
Posted by Sabrblade on February 14th, 2016 @ 11:57am CST
Watch you guys finally get a movie set entirely on Cybertron with no humans, but it's the Bumblebee movie. :P

Though, would it just be retelling the events of the Movie Prequel, or would they write a new "How Bee lost his voice" backstory? :-?
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1766377)
Posted by Stuartmaximus on February 14th, 2016 @ 1:47pm CST
aye but Bay would never do a no human's movie! he hasn't the last 4 times so why would he now?

& it doesn't matter who writes the story! coz if Bay's in charge, he'll just want things done HIS way.

& YES! there's nothing to suggest at this time that Bay'll be in charge of those OTHER movies! but as long as they keep on throwing money at it, he'll keep on coming back to the directors chair.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1766421)
Posted by partholon on February 14th, 2016 @ 3:57pm CST
i'd love a cybertron only film as much as the next guy.

but the problem with the movies set on earth isnt that humans are in it. its that humans are the focus of the films on earth, when they really should be just the foil to get to the transformery goodness.

if hasbro did a film using IDWs "infiltration" and "escalation" trades as inspiration it'd kick arse.

"infiltration" went ALONG way to establishing megatron as a bad ass in the IDW universe, used intrigue, drama, had some great quips/banter , and gave the impression of a larger TF universe out there without the need to actually SEE it, and did it all with relatively few "set" peices and a human cast that complimented the TF action.

it'd probably cost half of what age of extiction did to do it.

i mean jesus who DOESNT want to see that made just to see that "take your punishment like a decepticon" line !

:D
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1766523)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on February 14th, 2016 @ 8:47pm CST
Microraptor wrote:Is it wrong that i'm ecstatic over a Bumblebee film?

Nope, I'm intrigued, interested, and sort of excited. A different kind of backstory, and I'm interested to see where things go :BOT:
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1767734)
Posted by TurboMMaster on February 18th, 2016 @ 5:10pm CST
Sabrblade wrote:Though, would it just be retelling the events of the Movie Prequel, or would they write a new "How Bee lost his voice" backstory? :-?
You think that Bayverse's Timeline isn't ridiculous enough already?
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1767737)
Posted by Sabrblade on February 18th, 2016 @ 5:17pm CST
TurboMMaster wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:Though, would it just be retelling the events of the Movie Prequel, or would they write a new "How Bee lost his voice" backstory? :-?
You think that Bayverse's Timeline isn't ridiculous enough already?
Well, the ideal option would be for them to adapt the Movie Prequel into film form, but as it's not something they're obligated to do, they could always make a new backstory that ignores the Movieverse comics (as unpleasant as that'd probably be since the comics were the primary medium that attempted to patch up all the continuity holes between the films themselves).
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1768091)
Posted by Stuartmaximus on February 19th, 2016 @ 9:29pm CST
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Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1773128)
Posted by Va'al on March 16th, 2016 @ 3:44am CDT
In a little bit of news, which probably only counts as trivia at this stage, Collider had a quick chat at SXSW with Robert Kirkman, co-creator of The Walking Dead comics series among other things, about his involvement with the Goldsman-led Transformers writers room - which he only attended for a day, as personal matters took priority. See more below, including the embedded video!

As you can see in the video, Kirkman says that he loves Transformers, and became a part of the writing team after a casual lunch wth di Bonaventura, who optioned his comic Invincible (the comic adaption list that Perri mentions in the video is Dave Trumbore’s 10 Comic Books That Need an R-Rated Adaptation). Still, though he’s no longer a part of the project (which is a bummer because it seems insane and his involvement made it seem somehow less so), he says,

“I have heard from the people that are in that room there are a lot of amazing Transformers things coming, and I’m very happy as a fan to see what comes from that.”


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Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1773129)
Posted by Va'al on March 16th, 2016 @ 3:45am CDT
In a little bit of news, which probably only counts as trivia at this stage, Collider had a quick chat at SXSW with Robert Kirkman, co-creator of The Walking Dead comics series among other things, about his involvement with the Goldsman-led Transformers writers room - which he only attended for a day, as personal matters took priority. See more below, including the embedded video!

As you can see in the video, Kirkman says that he loves Transformers, and became a part of the writing team after a casual lunch wth di Bonaventura, who optioned his comic Invincible (the comic adaption list that Perri mentions in the video is Dave Trumbore’s 10 Comic Books That Need an R-Rated Adaptation). Still, though he’s no longer a part of the project (which is a bummer because it seems insane and his involvement made it seem somehow less so), he says,

“I have heard from the people that are in that room there are a lot of amazing Transformers things coming, and I’m very happy as a fan to see what comes from that.”


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Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1783457)
Posted by Windsweeper on April 22nd, 2016 @ 4:22am CDT
I will never be happy with the inclusion of Akiva Goldsman.

He is to writers what Michael Bay is to directors.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1783467)
Posted by Burn on April 22nd, 2016 @ 7:22am CDT
Windsweeper wrote:He is to writers what Michael Bay is to directors.

Someone who makes movies that generate millions of dollars and are hugely successful around the world and puts people like Uwe Boll to shame?
Though really, Uwe Boll puts Uwe Boll to shame.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1783495)
Posted by Deadput on April 22nd, 2016 @ 9:51am CDT
Windsweeper wrote:I will never be happy with the inclusion of Akiva Goldsman.

He is to writers what Michael Bay is to directors.


He wrote one bad super hero movie so what who cares?


Micheal Bay has made some decent films and some bad ones and if I recall Akiva has some movie awards.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1819956)
Posted by tffan01 on August 30th, 2016 @ 6:10am CDT
Sabrblade wrote:Watch you guys finally get a movie set entirely on Cybertron with no humans, but it's the Bumblebee movie. :P

Though, would it just be retelling the events of the Movie Prequel, or would they write a new "How Bee lost his voice" backstory? :-?


Sad that a Cybertron prequel movie would probably mean writing the events of the prequel comics from out of existence.

Tough they would probably use some elements from the comics like Megatron being the one who took Bumblebee's voice.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1819970)
Posted by Sabrblade on August 30th, 2016 @ 7:48am CDT
tffan01 wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:Watch you guys finally get a movie set entirely on Cybertron with no humans, but it's the Bumblebee movie. :P

Though, would it just be retelling the events of the Movie Prequel, or would they write a new "How Bee lost his voice" backstory? :-?


Sad that a Cybertron prequel movie would probably mean writing the events of the prequel comics from out of existence.

Tough they would probably use some elements from the comics like Megatron being the one who took Bumblebee's voice.
Well, yeah, since that's probably integral to Bee's backstory.

Also, hi tffan01! ;)
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1826183)
Posted by Nico on September 19th, 2016 @ 11:01am CDT
Am I the only one thinking that a Transformers 'cinematic universe' seems like it might be hard to pull off with the continuity of the pre-existing movies? Especially given they've killed of all major and most famous Decepticons which could act as leaders: Starscream, Shockwave and Soundwave and even Megatron (mind you, he's back to life for a second time). I mean, who is left at this point? They've already used The Fallen and I can't imagine Unicron getting used unless they are certain its the big finale.

So that leave us with mostly obscure comic villains like Straxus and Japanese-continuity villains like Overlord, Deathsaurus, Zarak (who wouldn't be Scorpinok in this continuity) or...maybe Dark Nova or Violen Jiger but seriously nobody remember these guys exist and rightly so.

I swear, if we get Magmatron in movie form or something equally bizarre and unlikely I'll eat my own shorts.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1826209)
Posted by Stuartmaximus on September 19th, 2016 @ 11:31am CDT
Nico wrote:Am I the only one thinking that a Transformers 'cinematic universe' seems like it might be hard to pull off with the continuity of the pre-existing movies? Especially given they've killed of all major and most famous Decepticons which could act as leaders: Starscream, Shockwave and Soundwave and even Megatron (mind you, he's back to life for a second time). I mean, who is left at this point? They've already used The Fallen and I can't imagine Unicron getting used unless they are certain its the big finale.

So that leave us with mostly obscure comic villains like Straxus and Japanese-continuity villains like Overlord, Deathsaurus, Zarak (who wouldn't be Scorpinok in this continuity) or...maybe Dark Nova or Violen Jiger but seriously nobody remember these guys exist and rightly so.

I swear, if we get Magmatron in movie form or something equally bizarre and unlikely I'll eat my own shorts.



I somehow can't see Unicron turning up in TF5, coz Bay has been avoiding using him in those films like the plague, but if he were in it, they could go one of two ways, most likely of them would be....just to namedrop the character! or they could go the TF Armada route....& have him posess or become a smaller unit(as they did with Sideways)...or even a human! but i seriously think that they'll keep Unicron for that animated movie that's coming up, as part of this cinematic universe.

As for other characters....god knows? I mean we still haven't seen Octane, Blitzwing, Astrotrain in any of the Bayformers movies, & there's a chance that Kup, Ultra Magnus, Blurr may be turning up in 5! but that's just rumor for the moment. ;)
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834217)
Posted by Va'al on October 17th, 2016 @ 4:06pm CDT
We return once more to the wider cinematic universe that Paramount is looking to create with Hasbro, via Transformers first and foremost, but also the likes of MASK, GI Joe, and other franchises that will see live-action movies in the newar future (Visionaries, anyone?). A fairly detailed reading, behind the paywall, of the Wall Street Journal, does some digging, but the main points that can be taken from the piece are as follows:

  • The writers' room (which we reported on multiple times) has plotted out a lot of mythos for the Transformers universe and beyond, and artists were brought in too. Out of the group work, The Last Knight and the 2018 Bumblebee spin-off were chosen. The preparatory material has been printed, but only distributed to 'insiders'.
  • Things work in five-year business plans, as confirmed by Hasbro's Brian Goldner.
  • Paramount are looking for a different director than Bay for the next movie - and that means the 2018 animated Bumblebee on. This does not mean that Bay is definitely out. Let's make that clear!
  • The elements started in Transformers Age of Extinction and now The Last Knight will spill over into possible GI Joe and MASK stories and plans, so we'll have to wait and see what those elements actually are!

Join in the discussion in the Energon Pub, and stay tuned to find out more as we do!
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834227)
Posted by Kurona on October 17th, 2016 @ 4:45pm CDT
From what I know of MASK, the Transformers movie format would be perfect for it since the main characters are actually human and hence where the focus should be (character-wise), while the transforming CGI stuff is basically just their cool mechs for the action scenes. Could be decent.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834228)
Posted by Burn on October 17th, 2016 @ 5:12pm CDT
Kurona wrote:From what I know of MASK, the Transformers movie format would be perfect for it since the main characters are actually human and hence where the focus should be (character-wise), while the transforming CGI stuff is basically just their cool mechs for the action scenes. Could be decent.

So basically the Knight Rider resurrection from a couple of years ago.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834230)
Posted by Kurona on October 17th, 2016 @ 5:19pm CDT
Burn wrote:
Kurona wrote:From what I know of MASK, the Transformers movie format would be perfect for it since the main characters are actually human and hence where the focus should be (character-wise), while the transforming CGI stuff is basically just their cool mechs for the action scenes. Could be decent.

So basically the Knight Rider resurrection from a couple of years ago.

Can't say I know of it, but basically the framework for any sort of movie where there's humans piloting impressive CGI mechs/vehicles/whatever. Pacific Rim, Batman, friggin'... probably the upcoming Power Rangers movie; you name it.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834231)
Posted by BeastProwl on October 17th, 2016 @ 5:34pm CDT
Can't we at least reboot this mess before slamming even more nonsensical "plots" into it?
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834236)
Posted by Jeddostotle7 on October 17th, 2016 @ 6:02pm CDT
Wait, so the Bumblebee movie'll be animated? That's... unexpected.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834247)
Posted by SlyTF1 on October 17th, 2016 @ 6:55pm CDT
Animated Bumblebee movie? Ok, now things are starting to get ridiculous.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834248)
Posted by Kurona on October 17th, 2016 @ 6:59pm CDT
Makes sense to me, in retrospect. They're having three films over the course of three years, something they've never done before - with how expensive and time-consuming the integral CGI can be it makes sense for one of those movies to not use it. And, hence, not be live-action.
Wonder how it'll look. Think I might actually check it out if it has a pleasing aesthetic; I've always preferred animation to live-action.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834427)
Posted by Munkky on October 18th, 2016 @ 12:22pm CDT
Paramount are looking for a different director than Bay for the next movie

I'm predicting a slew of threads about dream directors for Transformers 6, based entirely around one or two good movies they've made recently and regardless of whether or not that director's particular style would fit Transformers or not.
While I do plan to watch The Last Knight, TF6, and probably the Bumblebee movie as well, I do hope this shared cinematic universe craze in Hollywood fades away sooner rather than later. Marvel are the only people who have done the formula well (and this is coming from someone who doesn't like Marvel), and every time a studio announces a shared universe of movies it only ever feels like they're jumping on a bandwagon and not much time or effort is being put in. With that said, I'm still interested in seeing Justice League and Kong: Skull Island, and I hope the Hasbro shared universe does well.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834429)
Posted by Sabrblade on October 18th, 2016 @ 12:25pm CDT
Munkky wrote:While I do plan to watch The Last Knight, TF6, and probably the Bumblebee movie as well,
TF6 is the Bumblebee movie.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834432)
Posted by Munkky on October 18th, 2016 @ 12:35pm CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
Munkky wrote:While I do plan to watch The Last Knight, TF6, and probably the Bumblebee movie as well,
TF6 is the Bumblebee movie.

Is it? I was going by the Wikipedia page, which says TF6 will be the 2019 movie made after the Bumblebee spin-off.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834454)
Posted by Megatron Wolf on October 18th, 2016 @ 1:26pm CDT
I agree that the franchises should be rebooted before this shared universe thing is started. As it stands every new movie is going to have to be based around the transformers mythos, this could complicate things especially since gijoe is already a movie series. Start from scratch and do what marvel did, make individual movies but have something linking them together so you can do a cross over.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834505)
Posted by Sabrblade on October 18th, 2016 @ 4:05pm CDT
Munkky wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:
Munkky wrote:While I do plan to watch The Last Knight, TF6, and probably the Bumblebee movie as well,
TF6 is the Bumblebee movie.

Is it? I was going by the Wikipedia page, which says TF6 will be the 2019 movie made after the Bumblebee spin-off.
That's TF7. Sounds like someone on (the ever-unreliable) Wikipedia doesn't want to acknowledge the Bumblebee movie as being the sixth movie.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834549)
Posted by SlyTF1 on October 18th, 2016 @ 7:58pm CDT
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834605)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on October 18th, 2016 @ 10:30pm CDT
Burn wrote:
Kurona wrote:From what I know of MASK, the Transformers movie format would be perfect for it since the main characters are actually human and hence where the focus should be (character-wise), while the transforming CGI stuff is basically just their cool mechs for the action scenes. Could be decent.

So basically the Knight Rider resurrection from a couple of years ago.

I remember that. I actually thought it was semi-decent actually, but I dabble
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834633)
Posted by JazZeke on October 19th, 2016 @ 12:02am CDT
D-Maximus_Prime wrote:
Burn wrote:
Kurona wrote:From what I know of MASK, the Transformers movie format would be perfect for it since the main characters are actually human and hence where the focus should be (character-wise), while the transforming CGI stuff is basically just their cool mechs for the action scenes. Could be decent.

So basically the Knight Rider resurrection from a couple of years ago.

I remember that. I actually thought it was semi-decent actually, but I dabble

It was awful. It's pseudo-science was so terrible, so stupid that it would make Doctor Who roll his eyes. One time they identified a killer by scanning the residual sound waves in a room. I couldn't stand to watch it.
Re: New Writers for Transformers 5 Script, Akiva Goldmans Moves to Other Hasbro / Paramount Projects (1834634)
Posted by D-Maximal_Primal on October 19th, 2016 @ 12:06am CDT
JazZeke wrote:
D-Maximus_Prime wrote:
Burn wrote:
Kurona wrote:From what I know of MASK, the Transformers movie format would be perfect for it since the main characters are actually human and hence where the focus should be (character-wise), while the transforming CGI stuff is basically just their cool mechs for the action scenes. Could be decent.

So basically the Knight Rider resurrection from a couple of years ago.

I remember that. I actually thought it was semi-decent actually, but I dabble

It was awful. It's pseudo-science was so terrible, so stupid that it would make Doctor Who roll his eyes. One time they identified a killer by scanning the residual sound waves in a room. I couldn't stand to watch it.

Like I said, I thought it was semi-decent. I was also 13 at the time and had no background information on it at the time. It was something fun to watch before going to bed

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Transformers Podcast: Twincast / Podcast #350 - Oops! All Optimus
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