Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

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While you could have watched the Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere live, we have many photos to share from this event that come from both Michael Bay's Flickr account and the official movie Instagram account. The images feature the cast, including Michael Bay, Laura Haddock, Isabela Moner, Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci, Jerrod Carmichael, Freya the Dog, Josh Duhamel, plus of course, Sqweeks, Hound, Hot Rod, Drift and Optimus Prime.

Enjoy!

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere


Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere

Transformers News: Phots from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere
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Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890380)
Posted by TurboMMaster on June 19th, 2017 @ 5:23am CDT
But they used this "The Final Chapter" thing already... Twice. Bay is leaving Transformers since 2011, why we should take this now seriously.

Right now, I'm waiting for another "Michael Bay changed his mind" news. I wonder what can it be this time :-?

After 10 years, Transformers without Micheal Bay sounds almost too good to be true. Even if we are watining for a better director since before first movie was relased.
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890389)
Posted by william-james88 on June 19th, 2017 @ 8:17am CDT
TurboMMaster wrote:
After 10 years, Transformers without Micheal Bay sounds almost too good to be true. Even if we are watining for a better director since before first movie was relased.

Well the next film is being made by the director of an Oscar nominated film so you are getting your wish.
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890399)
Posted by TurboMMaster on June 19th, 2017 @ 9:04am CDT
Well, Bumblebee's spin-off isn't technically a main "Transformers" movie, so there is a risk, that until Transformers 2019, Michael Bay will decide to return, or that they decide to hire Jonathan Liebesman or someone similiar, so so movie would remain essentialy the same.
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890400)
Posted by dragons on June 19th, 2017 @ 9:07am CDT
Expensive dress for teen girl
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890401)
Posted by william-james88 on June 19th, 2017 @ 9:13am CDT
TurboMMaster wrote:Well, Bumblebee's spin-off isn't technically a main "Transformers" movie, so there is a risk, that until Transformers 2019, Michael Bay will decide to return, or that they decide to hire Jonathan Liebesman or someone similiar, so so movie would remain essentialy the same.

Would you rather Zack Snyder?
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890416)
Posted by Sabrblade on June 19th, 2017 @ 9:40am CDT
william-james88 wrote:
TurboMMaster wrote:Well, Bumblebee's spin-off isn't technically a main "Transformers" movie, so there is a risk, that until Transformers 2019, Michael Bay will decide to return, or that they decide to hire Jonathan Liebesman or someone similiar, so so movie would remain essentialy the same.

Would you rather Zack Snyder?
Or Uwe Boll?
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890419)
Posted by Rodimus Prime on June 19th, 2017 @ 9:47am CDT
william-james88 wrote:
TurboMMaster wrote:Well, Bumblebee's spin-off isn't technically a main "Transformers" movie, so there is a risk, that until Transformers 2019, Michael Bay will decide to return, or that they decide to hire Jonathan Liebesman or someone similiar, so so movie would remain essentialy the same.

Would you rather Zack Snyder?
HELL NO! And I wouldn't want J.J. Abrams, Joss Whedon, or any other overrated self-important d-bag. Bring on someone who actually does science fiction for science fiction, not to try to simply achieve nerdgasms on screen. Too bad James Cameron is busy with the Avatar sequels. What is Ridley Scott doing? He's done with Alien and Blade Runner by now. Is he starting another Alien prequel so soon?
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890424)
Posted by Sabrblade on June 19th, 2017 @ 9:56am CDT
Rodimus Prime wrote:
william-james88 wrote:
TurboMMaster wrote:Well, Bumblebee's spin-off isn't technically a main "Transformers" movie, so there is a risk, that until Transformers 2019, Michael Bay will decide to return, or that they decide to hire Jonathan Liebesman or someone similiar, so so movie would remain essentialy the same.

Would you rather Zack Snyder?
HELL NO! And I wouldn't want J.J. Abrams, Joss Whedon, or any other overrated self-important d-bag. Bring on someone who actually does science fiction for science fiction, not to try to simply achieve nerdgasms on screen. Too bad James Cameron is busy with the Avatar sequels. What is Ridley Scott doing? He's done with Alien and Blade Runner by now. Is he starting another Alien prequel so soon?
Brad Bird is a good choice for rich characterization.

Or if we wanted another director who specializes in stunning visuals (but coupled with an air of sophistication), Kenneth Branagh.
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890437)
Posted by william-james88 on June 19th, 2017 @ 10:24am CDT
Sabrblade wrote:
Or if we wanted another director who specializes in stunning visuals (but coupled with an air of sophistication), Kenneth Branagh.

While I would be all for that, something tells me he wouldnt do it unless he was Optimus prime :lol:
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890452)
Posted by TurboMMaster on June 19th, 2017 @ 11:12am CDT
[quote]Bring on someone who actually does science fiction for science fiction, not to try to simply achieve nerdgasms on screen.[/quote] I agree, Transformers deserves someone who actually could understand a genre he used to direct.
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890459)
Posted by Stuartmaximus on June 19th, 2017 @ 11:37am CDT
get Patty Jenkins to make an Arcee movie :WHISTLE:
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890460)
Posted by Kurona on June 19th, 2017 @ 11:42am CDT
Stuartmaximus wrote:get Patty Jenkins to make an Arcee movie :WHISTLE:

That... could work. Considering Wonder Woman is the first good DC movie in a while, she seems to have a thing for fixing long-running movie franchises based on other media :-? :-? :-? :-? :-? :-? :-? :-? :-? :-? :-?


(I only meant to put one emoji but when I clicked on it for some reason it spawned eleven of the things. I'm just gonna leave it like that :lol: )
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890461)
Posted by frogbat on June 19th, 2017 @ 11:50am CDT
Stuartmaximus wrote:get Patty Jenkins to make an Arcee movie :WHISTLE:



personally i reckon she should do a TF reboot movie - female led or not.

to be fair to michael bay, the first film was enjoyable and i think the FX work really did bring the concept to life. Unfortunately the franchise fell into a bigger faster more and more cycle that used to be a cliche in hollywood. Sequels have improved over the last decade and franchises have become enjoyable but not all are equal... For every Guardians of the Galaxy 2 there's Pirates...

I'd like a director who understands geek movies better - how characterisation, story and lore are all huge parts of the experience and not only action sequences.

I'll go and watch the last knight at the cinema with an open mind but low expectations. I'm very interested in watching a properly shot 3d movie and not one done in post... and if all else fails, hopefully Freya has some good screen time.
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890542)
Posted by william-james88 on June 19th, 2017 @ 3:25pm CDT
We have two new promotional interview clips from USA Today. You can view them on their website:

Clip 1 features Josh Duhamel and Mark Wahlberg speaking of Bay and his Explosions! :michaelbay:

Clip 2 features Mark Wahlberg and Michael Bay speaking of Sir Anthony Hopkins.

Enjoy!
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890546)
Posted by william-james88 on June 19th, 2017 @ 3:33pm CDT
I will share this video review of the movie which has no spoilers for the obvious reason that Nostalgia Critic chose to review it without even seeing it. I would be all for a video about predictions, but this one is beyond lame, not even an attempt at making a fun joke.
Plus, its hard to take his word for anything when he says Megatron is always sidelined by a more humanoid looking character and yet he shows Megatron as one of those humanoid looking characters. This is a nonsense review and it wasnt any fun to watch. I too could comment over trailers and just say what I am seeing.

Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890559)
Posted by Kurona on June 19th, 2017 @ 4:15pm CDT
william-james88 wrote:I will share this video review of the movie which has no spoilers for the obvious reason that Nostalgia Critic chose to review it without even seeing it. I would be all for a video about predictions, but this one is beyond lame, not even an attempt at making a fun joke.
Plus, its hard to take his word for anything when he says Megatron is always sidelined by a more humanoid looking character and yet he shows Megatron as one of those humanoid looking characters. This is a nonsense review and it wasnt any fun to watch. I too could comment over trailers and just say what I am seeing.



I kinda think you missed the entire point of the video - like he said, it's more an experiment and a spin on his tradition of reviewing the live-action movies since he's tired of reviewing them. Heck, you're proving his point by saying he's just describing the trailers - because his point is that this movie is likely going to be the exact same thing as the last movies. The entire video describes what happened in the other four movies, with the only specific details being Walberg and Knights - which you could switch out respectively with LaBeouf and Dinosaurs/Ancient pyramids/whatever. And I wouldn't call it nonsense for just a single little detail that in all likelihood is just a mistake - if you're resorting to nitpicks when the rest of the video is sound and accurate, that sounds like you've got a pretty weak argument. Everything he's saying is correct, so why do you dismiss the entire argument because of one single picture?

And I've gotta say... yeah, I completely agree with the video. I was thinking of linking it since it's my exact thoughts -- the movies are all basically the same thing with only tiny details or superficial layers switched out. The video is a commentary on the current Hollywood structure and how movie franchises - including and in specific reference to Transformers - continue to be put out despite little to no effort and thought being put into them and providing nothing substantial that hasn't been seen in the first one.

And for what it's worth I thought it was pretty damn funny - Nostalgia Critic's whole deal is over-exaggeration of emotional reactions and describing things in a ridiculous and sarcastic manner. If it's not your thing, fine; but don't say it didn't attempt humour just because the jokes didn't land with you. I got a hell of a lot more entertainment out of this than anything in the movies, I'll say that much.

I'm also not really sure why you're linking a video just to say you didn't like it. If you're at least just linking it to say you disagree with it or there's something brought up you want to discuss, fine; but if you do believe the video is pointless and provides no useless commentary, then what on earth is the point of bringing it up here and ranting about it? I could do that with anything; I could find some random person who doesn't like IDW's Till All Are One and say that what they said is pointless on TAAO's thread, but what would be the point if they didn't bring up anything that I feel could contribute to the discussion?
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890561)
Posted by Burn on June 19th, 2017 @ 4:23pm CDT
Even if they found a director that made the Transformers "look like they did back in the 80's", and "gave the TF's character" and "made a movie for the fans", the fanboys would still piss and moan.

Honestly, I think Bay has done a tremendous job and I had a gutful of the Bay bashing years ago. I've seen some piss and moan for years about Bay, completely over-looking the fact there are writers involved (who I feel are more to blame) but that didn't matter, they had to hate Bay.

I truly hope they do throw more money at Bay to bring him back, just to piss off the whiny fan boys even more.

But even if he doesn't come back, Bay may go away, unfortunately we'll be stuck with whiny fan boys because nothing will please them.

And at the end of the day, piss and moan about Bay, piss and moan about the movies ... you're still going to watch them.
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890565)
Posted by Kurona on June 19th, 2017 @ 4:36pm CDT
To be honest, I'm actually kind of excited at the prospect of a Transformers film without Bay. While I doubt the writing would still not be good and would still have less-than-inspired plots and include embarrassing characters human and cybertronian alike, these are action movies - so primarily, I want to see good action. Bay only just managed to deliver on that in the first movie, and in the subsequent sequels proved that the tricks he had in the first movie were the only ones he actually had -- so it got rather dull and in many respects (Transformium in particular, though there are other aspects) it actually got worse. Seeing that slow motion shot of a Transformer jumping over something for the first time is awesome - when you see it a billion times after? Not so much. Same goes for most of the action; looks cool, but I've seen it so many times by now that it's a broken record. Compare to the Marvel movies, where they manage to use entertaining coreography and use each hero's powers and/or abilities in their own unique ways to create an amazing battlefield. Iron Man, Avengers, Captain America, Guardians of the Galaxy; hell, even Ant-Man managed to be great at this. The only one I remember not particularly enjoying is Thor 2, and... well, yeah. Thor 2. It's pretty shit. Point is, the Marvel movies end up having very enjoyable action even though the stories and characters are never anything mindblowing (though I will say I find them likeable enough for a passing grade, unlike say Sam's parents or Drift or Skids).

So... yeah, a new director WOULD be fantastic to me. Even if they fall into the same trap as Bay and repeat cliches over and over and over in the subsequent sequels, at the very least we'd get something new and refreshing the first time round. If Bay doesn't go back on what he said and there is in fact a new director for TF7, I might be enticed to see it and would probably be more excited for it than any previous live-action Transformers movie. Heck, the Bumblebee movie is looking infinitely more promising due to the Kubo director coming in and the movie -allegedly- going for a different direction (something I don't particularly trust, but hopefully I'm proven wrong and we will get something new and awesome).

Also I know it wasn't aimed at me personally; but I'm actually not seeing TLK. The last one I saw in cinemas was Revenge of the Fallen; I only got to see Dark of the Moon and Age of Extinction because it turned out they were on Netflix and that day I just really felt like inflicting pain upon my retinas. ... The plural IS 'retinas', right? It's not really a word I use a plural for a lot. Could've just said 'eyes', but that would just be lame...
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890579)
Posted by Deadput on June 19th, 2017 @ 4:50pm CDT
PrymeStriker wrote:"The Final Chapter"

...The f*ck are they talking about?! There's three more damn movies ahead of us! :roll:


To be fair two of them are prequels (Transformers one is an Animated prequel set on Cybertron presumably during the war, and the Bee movie takes place in 1985)
Re: Photos from Transformers: The Last Knight London Premiere (1890582)
Posted by Deadput on June 19th, 2017 @ 4:56pm CDT
I think people are overlooking that Lorenzo di Bonaventura makes a lot of the decisions that the fans hate (He doesn't really like the fans either) and he was always the guy I thought was the worse part instead of say Bay or the script writers.

Heck it was his idea to take two different movies and combine them into one making The last Knight which is probably why it's over complicated.

In my opinion he needs to leave more so then Bay or any of the writers.

Edit: Also doing some digging and it seems that he treats Peter Cullen like crap and never wanted him in the film to the point he attempted to sabotage his audition and apparently refused to let Peter voice both Optimus and Ironhide.

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