The Comic Book Show gives you your weekly fix of comic book news, reviews, previews, and discussion. Hosts Jen, Matt, Jonathan, Jacque, and Lucas welcome Transformers comic book artist Livio Ramondelli and writer Mairghread Scott. This is a MUST WATCH.
Today Harris Loureiro of Harris Loureiro Films premiered Transformers: Generation, his vision of a G1 themed film on youtube.com. A global collaborative effort months in the making has finally been completed.
A new report has surfaced that says Paramount Pictures wants to move forward with their own “Transformers Cinematic Universe.” As of now they are trying to create a writers room overseen by Akiva Goldsman. Hit the jump for more details!
Creating the Knightship for "Transformers: Age of Extinction" was an immense challenge for the visual effects team due to it's massive scale. In fact, the Knightship is over five times larger than the worm-like drilling robot that appeared in "Dark of the Moon" which had previously held the record at ILM for most complex model.
Visual Effects Supervisors, Scott Farrar and Mohen Leo along with Creature Supervisor Michael Balog discuss the challenges involved in bringing this creation to the big screen.
Hasbro has been adapting a lot of their toylines into films over the past decade such as G.I. Joe, Battleship, Jem And The Holograms and of course Transformers. Now it seems as though they want to make a GoBots film as well. Check it out.
During his HBO talk show Friday night the comedian questioned the panel on the difference between the highest grossing films adjusted for inflation and the most successful movies today. He then suggested the new founded popularity of superhero movies and fantasy films shows we are now less intelligent. Is he right?
I Will Give You 5 Reason Why I Believe It Will Happen.
In a recent Interview during SacAnime 2015 a person asked a question about Transformers 5 & 6. Peter Cullen said that Transformers 5 & 6 might be less dark and going back to its roots. Transformers 5 is set to hit theaters June 24, 2016.
My vision for a Transformers Movie Reboot
Highly-acclaimed visual effects company, Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), has released a new video detailing the visual effects that their team of artists created for Michael Bay's billion dollar film Transformers: Age of Extinction. Check it out.
While promoting his upcoming release The Gambler, Mark Wahlberg took a few moments to share an update on his future in the Transformers franchise revealing that he's committed to the fifth film and a couple more sequels after that.. come check it out!
Following last week's screenplay, Dave "Gold" Khanlark returns with the cast and (sorta) crew for his take on the Transformers mythology, Robots In Disguise! Check it out, after the jump.
Despite a brilliant first installment, Michael Bay's Transformers franchise have released three disappointing sequels. So now, I have decided it was time for me to develop my own take on the Robots In Disguise, so without further ado, hit the jump to take a look!
Paramount Pictures has begun Oscar campaigns for some of their 2014 films. Surprisingly, their "For Your Consideration" ad for Michael Bay's Transformers: Age of Extinction is asking members of the Academy to consider the film for Best Picture.
If you're not a fan of Michael Bay's take on the Transformers, you might be tempted to call all four of the movies a "blooper reel". However, if you'd like to check out some fun outtakes from the latest instalment of the successful franchise (Age of Extinction), you can right here.
Dinobots designs commissioned by Hasbro for Michael Bay's Transformers: Age of Extinction. Hit the jump to check out concept art of: Grimlock, Slag, Sludge, Snarl and Swoop.
Even though, Transformers: Age of Extinction is already out on Blu-ray/DVD, new featurettes from the film keep being released. Another one has surfaced taking a look at the sound mixing. Come check it out!
This Summer gave us the fourth Michael Bay Transformers flick, Transformers: Age Of Extinction. It's rubbish, but it did have it's moments, so if you haven't seen it and were planning on a rental, here's a decent scene.
No, I'm not joking. CinemaSins has usually kept their criticism videos under 20 minutes, but now that the latest film from Michael Bay, Transformers: Age of Extinction is available to purchase on DVD, they've given us their analysis of it, and it takes half-an-hour to see. So if you're really bored, check it out!
Michael Bay's Transformers: Age of Extinction was a billion dollar hit at the summer box office this year but that won't stop Screen Junkies from giving it an "Honest Trailer."