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Transformers News for the Transformers Movie. Latest information on Transformers 4 Age of Extinction . Also includes archived stories for Dark of the Moon, Revenge of the Fallen and Transformers 1. Check it out for filming updates, spy shots, new robot pictures, plot details, new vehicle images, Transformers trailers, and more. Follow Michael Bay, Mark Wahlberg, Jack Reynor, Nicola Peltz, Shia LaBeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whitely, Megan Fox and more!

Hasbro Confirms The Transformers Cinematic Universe - Transformers 5 In 2017?

Posted on 04-20-2015 at 12:58 PM by SilverOptimus under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
Transformers-5 Hasbro held their 2015 Q1 Earnings Conference Call few hours ago and TFW2005 attended the event as usual. One of the best statements came during the Q&A session. Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner confirmed the Transformers Cinematic Universe and the possible release year for Transformers 5.

"Our plan with the studio and filmakers you may have heard some writers being hired and we have in fact brought in Akiva Goldsman to lead a group of writers to really create a strategic plan around Transformers. We think there are any number of stories to be told from the brand that has been around for 30 years with amazing canon and mythology. We would expect the sequel to the Transformers movie [TF4] to happen in 2017."

Stay tuned with TFW2005 for the best and fastest Transformers news... in the world!
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Technology Behind The Colombian Transformers: Age Of Extinction Digital Signage Projection Explained

Posted on 04-18-2015 at 09:30 AM by SilverOptimus under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
Colombian-Transformers-Age-Of-Extinction-Digital-Sign An interesting article has popped up on the Digital Signage Today. The article explains the technology behind the Colombian Transformers: Age Of Extinction Digital Signage Projection; which displayed Transformers related product promos at the Calima shopping mall in Bogotá during the run of the 4th movie.

"LPX worked with projection mapping specialists Big Video, who designed a matrix of six Christie Roadster S+20K (3DLP technology, 20,000 lumens, SXGA+ resolution) and two Christie Roadster S+10K-M (3DLP, 11,500 lumens, SXGA+) projectors. Two S+20Ks were used to cover each side of the façade with the main part divided vertically into two areas, each one covered by one S+20K and one S+10K-M.

The video screened on the façade lasted seven minutes and contained fragments of the movie and promotional contents from the sponsors (General Motors, Hasbro, Oreo, Paramount and the Calima shopping mall). The projection mapping display played four times each night over three days, drawing an average of 350 spectators per show."


A recording of the Digital Signboard in action is available for you to watch, after the jump.
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Shia LaBeouf Recalls The Transformers Live Action Movies

Posted on 04-17-2015 at 11:30 AM by SilverOptimus under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
shia_labeouf_tribeca_h_2015-Transformers Actor Shia LaBeouf who attended the Tribeca 2015 Film Festival yesterday, recalled the time he worked on the Transformers Live Action Movies. Reporters who attended the event stated that his statement was more of a criticism.

"Bumblebee never sounds real, it's just a f—ing name. The name alone you can never make real, no matter how much you put into it, because on the other side, you have a director who doesn't believe it either. So when you work with certain directors who give over and do something that's presentational and you both believe it, then there is no f—ing around, and you really are in this alternate universe."

With plans of a Transformers Cinematic Universe on the horizon, what do you think of this statement made? Fire away your thoughts, on the thread associated with this news post
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Mark Ryan's Autobiography Releasing This April

Posted on 04-06-2015 at 12:59 PM by SilverOptimus under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
HF-demo-cover-new-3 Actor and good friend of TFW2005; Mark Ryan is publishing his Autobiography (titled as Hold Fast) this April and it contains his adventures on the 4 Transformers Live Action Movies by Director Michael Bay.

Mr. Ryan is not only the Robot stand-in during the principal photography, but also the voice of several Cybertronians including Bumblebee, Jetfire and most recently Lockdown.

"Recently he has become a familiar name as the voice of Bumblebee – the best loved robot in the ‘Transformers’ franchise, and found himself travelling the world, signing toy replicas of the famous yellow car. To date he has worked on all four installments of the hugely successful movie franchise, either as character voices or as the onset voice of the Autobots during filming. In the past year he has starred as Gates, a leading character in the Michael Bay produced, Starz Network TV franchise 'Black Sails'."

You can grab more info from Mythwood Books.
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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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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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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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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!
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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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Creating The Knightship For Transformers: Age Of Extinction

Posted on 02-11-2015 at 11:32 AM by SilverOptimus under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
PG_031_KnightShip_LandingBay_002_1411660401 ILM has posted a video, going behind the scenes of creating the Knightship from Transformers: Age Of Extinction.

"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."


News Post image is from the exclusive set of images TFW2005 received from Paramount Studio.
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Hasbro Applies For A Go-Bots Movie And Toyline Trademark

Posted on 01-26-2015 at 01:43 PM by SilverOptimus under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
The-Gobots Following the success of the first Michael Bay Live Action Transformers Movie back in 2007, Hasbro worked with movie studios around the world to bring your childhood toys into the big-screen. From toys such as G. I. Joe to board games like Battleship and Ouija, Hasbro is a live action movie machine with more live action movies such as Jem And The Holograms and Candyland down the pipeline.

It so happens that TFW2005 has stumbled upon another possible live action movie and a toyline from Hasbro. Once rivals of the Transformers Franchise (1984), Gobots became the property of Hasbro when they acquired Tonka; the original creators of Gobots.

On January 21st and on January 24th, Hasbro has applied for a new Go-Bots trademark (this is not a renewal) under "distribution of motion pictures, ongoing television programs" and "Toys, games and playthings, namely, toy vehicles and accessories for use therewith".

You can check out the Trademark documents from the United States Patent & Trademark Office here and here.

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Transformers: Age Of Extinction Full Recording Session Score Available At Paramount Pictures

Posted on 01-24-2015 at 01:33 PM by SilverOptimus under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
TF4 Remember the Transformers: Age Of Extinction "For Your Consideration" site by Paramount?

Well, it so happens that the site has posted the full recording session of the Transformers 4 Score by Steve Jablonsky.

There is a total of 82 tracks where some of them were used for the retail version of the Score and the Extended Play. The tracks are unaltered from the version we heard on the movie. The site even has tracks not released previously to the public as well.

The tracks are available to listen online for free or to download. For the full list of tracks, take a look... after the jump.
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Transformers Age of Extinction Nominated for Visual Effects Award

Posted on 01-13-2015 at 05:13 PM by Sol Fury under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
Knights-temenos The nominations for the 13th annual Visual Effects Awards have been announced, and Transformers: Age of Extinction is among the nominations. Age of Extinction has been nominated for an award for "Outstanding Models in any Motion Media Project" for Lockdown's impressive spacecraft, the Knightship. It is a nomination well deserved, as the Knightship stood out in the movie as an impressive and utterly alien ship, both inside and out.

You can check out the rest of the nominations over at ComingSoon.net.
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Peter Cullen Says Transformers 5 & 6 Might Be Less Dark

Posted on 01-10-2015 at 01:10 AM by SilverOptimus under Transformers Movie (Just Movie) (All Transformers Movie News)
PeterCullenTransformersAgeExtinctionPremieres33N0eHYHtQMl The iconic voice of Optimus Prime, the legendary voice actor Peter Cullen attended SacAnime 2015 and answered fan questions.

He stated that Transformers 5 and 6 to might be less darker in tone than the previous movies and will go back to its roots.

"There is a sense that Transformers movies are going into a darker area" stated Mr. Cullen. "I think I brought the concern to the movie studio and certainly to the writers. Perhaps…Transformers 5 and 6 movies will go back more to its roots. There was an occasion where one line [in Transformers: Age Of Extinction] which Optimus Prime had, I did not want to say. It was my gut instinct and certainly my commitment to the character… not to say the line. But I was told to say. You can’t fight the big boys. I think you all know what that line was."

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