Spinoff Online reveals some advance marketing and hints for the upcoming fifth live-action Transformers film.
The cameras havenâ€™t yet begun to roll on Michael Bayâ€™s fifth â€œTransformersâ€ film, but the marketing machine is already kicking into high gear.
Paramount Pictures has released a cryptic 19-second promo that suggests we could see the first big reveal for â€œTransformers: The Last Knightâ€ on Tuesday. The staticky video, which debuted across social media, depicts a torn U.S. State Department document, and is accompanied by a transmission in Morse Code that says, â€œIâ€™m coming for you May 31.â€
In case thatâ€™s not ominous enough, the caption on Twitter adds, â€œSomething wicked this way comes.â€ We can presume whatever is coming next week will be related to the filmâ€™s main villain. Could that be Unicron â€” or is that too much to hope for?
Starring Mark Wahlberg, who will reprise his role as Cade Yeager from â€œAge of Extinction,â€ â€œTransformers: The Last Knightâ€ arrives in theaters June 23, 2017.
The forthcoming fifth live-action Transformers film has been named, according to ComingSoon.net.
Paramount Pictures has today announced the official title for the upcoming Transformers 5. Get ready for Michael Bayâ€˜s Transformers:Â The Last KnightÂ to hit the big screen June 23, 2017!
TheÂ Transformers:Â The Last KnightÂ cast is confirmed to include the return of Transformers: Age of ExtinctionÂ star Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager as well as new roles forÂ Isabela Moner (100 Things to Do Before High School,Â Growing Up Fisher) as the filmâ€™s female lead, Izabella.Â Jerrod Carmichael (The Carmichael Show, Neighbors) is also set to play an unspecified leading role.
Production on Transformers: The Last KnightÂ is set to begin June 6Â in Detroit with production planned to take place at various locationsÂ around the world.Â
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Hasbro has applied to trademark the name “Hasbrocon”. The application was filed onÂ Monday, 9th of May 2016. With all the rumors that this years Botcon could well be the last, it’s not a stretch to wonder if Hasbro plans to run their own convention to promote their various brands.
Category: Organizing and conducting conventions, exhibitions, fan clubs and gatherings for entertainment purposes and in the fields of toys, animation, comic books, fantasy, gaming, popular culture, science fiction, television and film
Thanks to “Transformers at the Moon” for this information.
Transformers is about giant robots that can change into vehicles and other forms, but its finest moments are when these would-be automotons show their own kind of humanity. And in the new ongoing series Transformers: Till All Are One debuting this June, writer Mairghread Scott is looking to make it the most human story yet.
Set on Cybertron and the political in-fighting between Starscream and Windblade to craft a new era for Transformers on Cybertron and beyond, the series has a broader scope than any Transformers series before. Picking up thematically from her last series, Transformers: Windblade, Scott and artist Sara Pitre-Durocher are looking to delve deeper into the heart of being a Transformer.
Read the full interview at Newsarama’s website, here.