Boulder Media Hunting For Talent Across Europe For The Animated Feature Film

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  1. NotRamjet97

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    Oh they're making it? greaaaaaaat................. I didn't really have any interest in this project before, and now it's lessened even more.
     
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    But you think another 250 million live action film will be out next year?
     
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    I think 3 years to fully complete an animated series is completely reasonable. They are just now in the hiring process for voice actors....how long do you think this takes?
     
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    Given that they've been working on this since at least 2016, it could be complete by next year. But there is no way the 2019 film is a live action sequel to The Last Knight like so many people think.
     
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    No, the script that I'm working in is not going to be part of their live-action cinematic universe. This is going to be like a stand-alone movie like what DC does and MARVEL did, and if it did well, this film could be used to launch into an animated series about the Cybertronian War. Besides, it's not uncommon for a company to make two films of the same event in different continuities that are very similar. DC did it with Batman Begins (2005) and Batman Year One (2011). MARVEL did a similar thing when it released the animated film, Invincible Iron Man (2007), just one year before the live-action Iron Man (2008), and the beginning portion of both of those films were very similar to each other.
     
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    And yet....here you are.
     
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    Appears that way.
     
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    First , Bay is no longer involved in any way with Bayformers as we currently know.
    Plus , acting like Bay intends on destroying your childhood is something I thought this fandom evolved past
     
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    His affect is expanding past his time. The bay-aesthetic is now a permanent fixture of Transformers. It's alright that he took an alien approach, but his aesthetic is particularly UGLY, when compared to similar alien attack stories in science fiction or giant robots. It's like he wanted to go with the ID4 or Geiger just covered in Shards of metal. Infact if you look at Bay's other alien movies there is a similar aesthetic that DOES NOT really relate to overall aesthetics of all previous incarnations of transformers at all. Yes he's ruined it.
     
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    Is Europe the India of the animation industry or something?
     
  11. SilverOptimus

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    It's cheaper to make animation there, yes. Lots of incentives to animation studios. Especially on countries like Ireland where government encourages them as a rising industry.
     
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    Transformers has been through much worse , remember the messed up Kiss Players manga?
    And in my opinion , Bayformers had great ideas for stories and world-building were buried under poor direction/writing , but since your only argument is "wah ruined forever" , I don't see the point of continuing to argue. For the record , I'm not defending Bayformers but I believe that it can get past Michael Bay in the long term , and I see your point about the designs
     
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