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Michael Bay Join Forces With Alpha Animation

Posted on 04-02-2015 at 12:35 PM by SilverOptimus under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
Michael-Bay-Transformers Director Michael Bay's 451 Media Group joined hands with China's Alpha Animation and Culture Corporation to develop and distribute Hollywood's big brands.

Alpha Animation is also the distributor of Hasbro products in countries such as China, Singapore and Malaysia. Other co-owners of 451 Media Group, John and Anthony Gentile played big roles in our childhood by creating brands such as Micronauts and Visionaries. During the past conference calls, Hasbro expressed their interest in creating a Live Action Movie for Micronauts and it seems as though that plan is being carried out.

With the news of Transformers Franchise expanding to a Cinematic Universe, we can speculate that this new development may play a very vital part in that as well.

"The strategic partnership would allow 451 to develop content like feature films, apps and physical toys based on original intellectual property and disseminate them in unison, said an individual familiar with the deal." says The Wrap.

"This a very well executed partnership within the emerging Chinese entertainment and toy industry, bringing together the strength of both companies in the areas of original IP development for global audiences, product design, animation development and mobile and online channel creation," said Solon So, President of Alpha Pictures.

You can read more info at Deadline, Variety and The Wrap.

Image courtesy: Michael Bay Official Website
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New Interview With Tyreese Gibson

Posted on 04-01-2015 at 01:06 AM by ORIO under Transformers Movie
Tyreese Facebook Transformers group, TransformersCars, has posted a new interview with Transformers film actor Tyreese Gibson. Tyreese touches upon the Fast and the Furious franchise, his new album and briefly on how he would love to return to the Transformers films. In the interview he says:

"I was just with Michael Bay a couple of weeks ago. I said Mike I am ready baby. If there is anyway to reprise my role and bring back Epps, I would love to do it."

Could we potentially see the character of Epps appear in the possible expanded Transformers film universe? Discuss the possibilities after the break.
Views: 2,224 / Credit: Lord_Starscream of the 2005 Boards!

Movie Optimus Prime Ultimate Edition New Images

Posted on 03-30-2015 at 01:23 PM by Sol Fury under Transformers Movie Toys & Products (All Transformers Movie News)
11081122_641228219310096_2603701658086366652_n Transformers Asia have updated their Facebook page with some new images of their Ultimate Edition Movie Optimus Prime. This release is a goliath, coming with a premium paint job, and including all the accessories of the Japan exclusive Striker Optimus Prime and Jetwings Optimus Prime from Dark of the Moon, along with the sword and hook accessories that were offered as purchase incentives. It is, quite possibly, the single most accessory-heavy Movie Optimus ever released, and if you are looking for a definitive version of the character, have the money, and somehow don't own a version of Revenge of the Fallen Optimus Prime yet, this may well be the one for you. Check out the images after the break.
Views: 11,856 / Credit: AzT of the 2005 Boards!

Akiva Goldsman Hired For A Transformers Cinematic Universe

Posted on 03-27-2015 at 03:25 PM by SilverOptimus under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
Akiva-Goldsman-Transformers-5 Paramount Pictures is launching a cinematic universe around its blockbuster Transformers property that will be overseen by Oscar-winning screenwriter Akiva Goldsman, Deadline reports. It is stated that the Transformers Franchise will follow a Cinematic Universe, very much like the current Marvel, DC and Star Wars franchises. The series is said to have Sequels as well as Spin-offs.

Mr. Goldsman has worked on famous scripts such as A Beautiful Mind, The Da Vinci Code and I Am Legend as well as the infamous Batman & Robin.

"Taking a page from Fox’s incubation of three Avatar sequels and what Disney is doing to revive Star Wars with a sequels and spinoffs, the studio is negotiating with Akiva Goldsman to work with franchise director Michael Bay, exec producer Steven Spielberg and producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura to organize a “writer’s room” that will incubate ideas for a potential multi-part Transformers sequel, and come up with potential spinoff films based on the billion-dollar franchise culled from the Hasbro toy line." says Deadline. "The Transformers expansion signals that Paramount is serious about competing with its studio peers when it comes to broadening big franchise properties." says TheWrap.

Stick with TFW2005 as we bring you the latest Transformers Movie News, as they happen.
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Herocross Bumblebee Images

Posted on 03-20-2015 at 04:21 PM by Sol Fury under Transformers Movie Toys & Products (All Transformers Movie News)
Herocross-Bumblebee-1 Herocross have revealed their licensed Age of Extinction Bumblebee figure. A part of the Hybrid Metal Figuration line, Herocross' Bumblebee is expected to be released in the third quarter 2015. It stands ~13cm tall, and features LED light up eyes, LED light up display stands, plus 8 interchangeable hands, 2 interchangeable backpacks, and an Ion Blaster arm attachment. Check out the images of this upcoming release after the break.
Views: 3,428 / Credit: primal789 of the 2005 Boards!

Hasbro Applies For A Transformers Beverage Trademark

Posted on 03-20-2015 at 02:01 PM by SilverOptimus under Transformers Movie Toys & Products (All Transformers Movie News)
Transformers-Beverage Couple of days ago TFW2005 sister site HISSTANK reported that Hasbro has applied for several new G. I. Joe Trademarks including a trademark for a Joe brand related beverage. We speculated that this could very well be to revive the old G. I. Joe Survival Beverage series.

Today, fellow fan site Transformers At The Moon is reporting that Hasbro has applied for yet another beverage related trademark and this time it's Transformers.

Transformers (United States Patent and Trademark Office ID: 86555393)
"Dairy-based beverages; vegetable-based food beverages; fruit-based food beverages; yogurt-based beverages; coconut-based beverages used as a milk substitute; milk beverages containing fruits; milk based beverages containing fruit juice; peanut-based food beverages; soy-based food beverage used as a milk substitute; nut and seed-based milks"
Views: 2,161 / Credit: TF@TM of the 2005 Boards!

Age Of Extinction Black Knight Optimus Prime

Posted on 03-20-2015 at 01:07 AM by Jacer under Transformers Movie Toys & Products (All Transformers Movie News)
500311300ALL This morning we have our first look at Age Of Extinction Black Night Optimus Prime. Black Night Optimus Prime is a repaint of the Armor Knight Optimus Prime that came out late last year. It looks like this figure is going to be a Toys R Us exclusive priced at 8,638 yen. Thanks to TFW2005 member, Masabon for pointing out the update on

Check out the pictures after the jump!
Views: 6,075 / Credit: Masabon of the 2005 Boards!

Age Of Extinction Is 2014’s Most Valuable Blockbuster

Posted on 03-19-2015 at 10:11 AM by Matty under Transformers Movie
transformers-age-of-extinction4 Love them or hate them, the Transformers live action films directed by Michael Bay bring in the money. In a report by Deadline, the fourth installment of the live action series, Age of Extinction, netted a profit of $250.2 million. That's not total revenue (which was $1.09 billion) that's an extra $250 million in the pockets of Paramount!

American Sniper came in at second place with $242.58 million, while The Lego Movie rounded out the top three with a profit of $229.008 million.

Be sure to read the full breakdown of the most valuable blockbusters on Deadline as many comic book focused movies made the list.
Views: 2,157 / Credit: EXO of the 2005 Boards!

Life Size Optimus Prime Bust, Yes - Life Size, at Yexel Toy Museum

Posted on 03-11-2015 at 11:21 AM by Tony_Bacala under Transformers Movie
yexeloptimus1 Here's something you don't see everyday. The folks at the Yexel Toy Museum in the Philippines have created a 1:1 scale bust of Transformers Movie Optimus Prime, complete with NEST themed room and a catwalk so you can walk around his head! The set construction and actual Optimus Prime upper body look stunning, movie quality for sure. Check out some pics, and then head on over to their Facebook page to see other life size replicas from movies!
Views: 6,443 / Credit: Onslaught24, Yexel's Toy Museum, pearltriestoblog of the 2005 Boards!

Google Is Giving Away The Transformers 2007 Live Action Movie For Free

Posted on 03-05-2015 at 09:15 AM by SilverOptimus under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
transformers-google-play-free To celebrate the 3rd Anniversary of Google Play, the company is giving away the first Michael Bay Transformers Live Action Movie (known as Transformers 2007) for free. The movie was previously sold for $ 17.99.

However, this offer is only available on selected countries and may not be available everywhere.

To see if you can get it for free, log onto your Android devices and visit the Movies section of the Google Play Store (or you can use any device or browser compatible with Google Play).

Google Play: Transformers 2007.

Also, Google Play Store version 5.3.5 update is now rolling out.
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In memoriam - Leonard Nimoy

Posted on 02-27-2015 at 02:25 PM by Sol Fury under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
Spock-Leonard-Nimoy We are sad to report that veteran actor Leonard Nimoy has passed away. Leonard Nimoy provided the voices of Sentinel Prime in Transformers Dark of the Moon and Galvatron in Transformers the Movie in 1986, but he will perhaps be best remembered for playing the role of the science officer of the Enterprise, Mr Spock, in Star Trek, in a role that spanned almost 50 years from his debut as the Vulcan in "The Cage" to his final appearance in "Star Trek Into Darkness".

On behalf of the site, of fans of science fiction, and anyone who has gazed skywards and imagined traveling the spaceways, we offer our condolences to Mr Nimoy's family, and we also warmly remember one of the greatest men to have graced our screens in both his acting and his voice acting roles.

Live long, and prosper.
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APS01U Optimus Prime Ultimate Edition Limited Premium Items Revealed

Posted on 02-24-2015 at 03:07 AM by Shin Densetsu under Transformers Movie
image The Transformers Asia Facebook page has revealed the limited premium items that will come with APS01U Optimus Prime Ultimate Edition:

APS-01U Optimus Prime (ULTIMATE EDITION) Promotion
"Limited Premium"

Get this die cast made "Mini Allspark Cube" and "Metal Card" (Serial Number) free when purchase "APS-01U Optimus Prime (ULTIMATE EDITION)" at selected stores in Asia.
Views: 5,189 / Credit: Cheem The Rup of the 2005 Boards!

Transformers Age of Extinction Wins Two Golden Raspberries (Razzies)

Posted on 02-23-2015 at 10:20 AM by Matty under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
Harold-Attinger-Kelsey-Grammer-Transformers-4-Age-Of-Extinction-Michael-Bay_1408216115 Many likely watched the Oscars last night, celebrating the past year's notable achievements in Hollywood. Earlier in the weekend though, a different round of awards were given out, described as "Hollywood's annual tip of the hat for the worst screen achievements of the year" - The Razzies.

The latest live action Transformers film, Age of Extinction, took home two Razzie awards: Kelsey Grammer for Worst Supporting Actor and Michael Bay for Worst Director. So a special congratulations to the two for their career defining awards for their contributions in Transformers Age of Extinction ...

In all seriousness, what does TFW think of the two Razzie awards? Deserving? Was AOE and Kelsey Grammer really that bad? Sound off after the jump and share your thoughts!
Views: 3,822 / Credit: Chris James of the 2005 Boards!

TFW's Age of Extinction Stinger (Japanese Exclusive) Gallery

Posted on 02-20-2015 at 03:04 PM by Sol Fury under Transformers Movie Toys & Products (All Transformers Movie News)
Stinger-Robot-36 We have a new in-hand Transformers gallery for you. Hailing from the movie series by way of a Japan exclusive repaint, we have the Stinger! Stinger features in Transformers Age of Extinction as a human-built Transformer, designed as a Bumblebee clone. With a striking and sinister red color scheme, Cliffjumper this is not!

Stinger is a straight-up redeco of the Age of Extinction new Camaro Bumblebee, which means the robot mode is more or less spot on for the appearance of the robot mode, although obviously the vehicle mode is not the on-screen Pagani. This may or may not prove to be a dealbreaker, as the deco itself is excellent, and we'd imagine most people would display in the robot mode, which looks great.

You can check out the full gallery of this Japanese market exclusive at the link below:

Age of Extinction Decepticon Stinger (Japanese exclusive)
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Happy Birthday, Michael Bay!

Posted on 02-17-2015 at 11:05 AM by SilverOptimus under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
michael-bay-films-pain-and-gain-01 The Maestro of Mayhem (or should we say Bayhem) is turning 50 years old today. Director Michael Bay is known to the Transformers fans as the director who introduced the Transformers Franchise to the modern audience.

Michael Bay worked for the four Transformers movies for nearly 10 years. Mr. Bay was just 40 years old when he took the directorial duties of the first live action Transformers movie under the guidance of Steven Spielberg.

Speaking of which, this February marks the 10th anniversary of the script written for the 1st Transformers Live Action Movie.

So we can say Happy Birthday to both Michael and the Transformers Movie Franchise as well.
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