Spinoff seeks decidedly retro vibe as it plays down the over-the-top antics of previous “Transformers” movies.
Paramount announced Wednesday that it has removed next year’s planned “Transformers” installment from its release slate. The sequel to “Transformers: The Last Knight” had been scheduled for release on June 28, 2019. The sole “Transformers” film now left on Paramount’s slate is the spinoff “Bumblebee,” which will hit theaters this Christmas.
She admits to Cosmo UK: "All I had to do was apologize — and I refused. I was so self-righteous at 23, I couldn’t see [that] it was for the greater good."
Notoriously slow summer movies season still has success stories ("Wonder Woman," "Dunkirk," "Annabelle: Creation") but also many clunkers: a report card.
'Bumblebee' star Hailee Steinfeld tweets first photo from set of herself in character for the '80s-set movie, in throwback hairstyle and Motorhead shirt
Warning: This post contains spoilers for Transformers: The Last Knight. If pictures speak louder than words, then Shia LaBeouf is practically screaming while re-watching his three Transformers films during his 2015 career-encompassing piece of performance art, #ALLMYMOVIES. As photos illustrated at the time, the actor grew visibly distraught while the trilogy-capping Transformers: Dark of the Moon unspooled onscreen, even getting up and leaving the theater for an hour after it concluded.
The Kids’ Choice Awards was home to a kid-centered (if not exactly kid-friendly) clip from Transformers: The Last Knight.
The Super Bowl is the biggest game of the year, so it makes sense that a film that is all about spectacle is part of it. “You want to know don’t you, why they keep coming here, to Earth,” says Hopkins’ character, Sir Edmund Burton. After the ad airs during Sunday’s Super Bowl, an extended, 50-second spot will be posted online.
Josh Gad is going into battle for Toy Wars! The upcoming limited series for Amazon will dramatize the fierce conflict between toymakers Hasbro, the makers of G.I. Joe, Transformers, and My Little Pony, and Mattel, of Barbie fame and fortune. Gad will adapt the script from a nonfiction book about the plastic-peddling conglomerates with the help of writer Ryan Dixon, director Seth Gordon, and O.C. creator Josh Schwartz. Schwartz’s own father will be the basis for a character in the series, as Stephen Schwartz was one of Hasbro’s “Three Musketeers,” who elevated the business into the top toy company in the world.
It’s the end of the year, and as you know many movie blogs and fan sites will do several best movies of the year posts, or preview looking at movies coming out in 2016. Well, since that’s covered to death, let’s instead find out what our future selves will be watching two years from now, in 2017.