Transformers Rise of the Beasts

Money, violence, sex, computer graphics, scatalogical humor, racism, robots designed to be rednecks but given European accents, and maybe another sequel to the saga... what's not to love? TF m1, Revenge of the Fallen, Dark of the Moon and now Age of Extinction.
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Ursus mellifera
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Re: Transformers Rise of the Beasts

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I liked it better in the cartoon where they didn't interact with the G1 characters in any meaningful way. I wish BW would stay out of the main book, honestly.
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Re: Transformers Rise of the Beasts

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The film has been delayed...

This just in from Paramount: Transformers: Rise of the Beasts will no longer be opening on June 24, 2022 rather June 9, 2023.

And the new Star Trek movie they’ve been in development on won’t launch on June 9, 2023 rather Dec. 22, 2023. The pic is in development with Matt Shakman attached to direct, as we first told you.

Rise of the Beasts is directed by Steven Caple Jr. and stars Anthony Ramos, Dominique Fishback, Luna Lauren Valez, Peter Cullen as Optimus Prime and Ron Perlman as Optimus Primal. The pic leaves behind a weekend where Sony has the Reese Witherspoon drama production Where the Crawdads Sing and heads to a date where it will be up against an untitled Universal event film. Beasts is currently in production.

Star Trek moves to a Christmas period where Warner Bros. has their feature adaptation of the Broadway musical The Color Purple and Universal an untitled event musical film (Wicked perhaps?). Disney still has Patty Jenkins’ Star Wars Rogue Squadron on that date. Despite the director not moving forward with the film in 2022; the Mouse House hasn’t changed the pic’s release date yet.
The only news I've heard about a Star Trek movie has either been a new director being announced, or subsequently dropping off the project... As far as I know, they don't have a script or cast. Surprised to find out it even has a release date when the project has been in development hell ever since Beyond.

Rise of the Beasts, last I'd heard, had recently finished principal photography. Pushing it back a whole year seems a bit extreme, when they're currently moving to the post-production phase of development, but I guess that's just the movie biz.

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