Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by PrimesRule, Jun 28, 2012.
I say yes.
Just as long if they can find the writers who made the best episodes of Prime so far to do it then yes I'd certainly welcome it.
Orci and Kurtzman? Bit behind the times, sir. Kruger's been signed on.
Though I wouldn't mind if they returned.
They're not the writers.
Considering that TFP has had upwards of a dozen different writers so far for the 35+ episodes, that might get a little crowded with all of them "doing the script".
Plus, Krueger's already been confirmed.
Why should they? We've already seen what their vision of a live-action Transformers movie is.
If you're thinking that having TFP scriptwriters would give you a TFP-quality live-action TF movie then it's unlikely. Writing for an animated childrens television show isn't the same as writing for a general public big screen movie. The things that make TFP more appealing than the movies (more TF screentime and robot conversations for example) would be greatly scaled down due to budgetary constraints.
I think you need to clarify what benefits you think TFP scriptwriters would bring to a big screen live-action TF movie that normal movie scriptwriters don't already bring.
If you mean Marty Isenberg? Then yes.
They turned a series full of potential in a complete trainwreck, keep those guys away from anything regarding the tf franchise unless they're trying to make a tf version of "Springtime for Hitler".
You do know that one of the writers of Prime is Marty Isenberg a well known and good TF writer espcially for Animated right? And the fact that some of the writers did write some of the best episodes of the shows like Traige,The Darkness Rising and One Shall Rise arc,Predatory,Partners,Stronger,Faster,and Losse Cannons?
Or have you completely forgotten about all that?
So, Marty Isenberg. He story edited Animated also so I'd say yes....if he co-wrote with Simon Furman and James Roberts
TFA got cancelled.....
Oh god please no, Primus no. By celestias beard, no.
Still even a cancelled show tells of a good writer when he was working on some of the episodes of Animated.
Counterpoint, he also wrote for Beast Machines.
(I joke, I joke, I like Isenberg's work.)
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