Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Prowl, Mar 19, 2019.
Let's face it. It's an error.
So Blitzwing is not on Cybertron, because he has been redesign to Starscream?
Weird how they list several alt modes for characters even though most of those are for their G1 counterparts and not the movie versions.
Spider Arcee & Steam-Powered Ship Shockwave stand out as odd inclusions as they\'re from the comics.
And when was Brawn a \"Flight Pod\"?
In one of the GI Joe crossovers, I believe. They've just copy/pasted from Wikipedia.
Correct me if I’m wrong, but wasn’t he an Autobot Senator in IDW before he got turned into an emotionless cyclops?
It’s most likely an error, but who knows
Loving the fact we get to see full models of all the characters we only got to see for a split second in the first scene. Also kinda cool that out of all his appearances, Shockwaves alt mode list mentions his Hearts of Steel appearance as a giant steam warship! (if you haven\'t seen it search it up, HoS Shockwave is incredible)
We need to see a full 360 of the characters though
Anyone have 360 of Optimus? I wanna paint SS-38 and would greatly appreciate it
I remember seeing some weird insignia on his arm too.
DAMN! Soundwave is quite a trash-talker! Almost out of character for him. . .Funny visualizing hearing those lines with the vocoder effect, LOL!!!
looks like a super happy Optimus
Where abouts on the model did you find this dude? Assuming it was in the Bee vision extras? Or the cybertron scene?
The models that isn’t the main 5 (prime, bee and the 3 main Decepticon) are obviously rush jobed therefore the wrong insignia and less details and less realistic face
You can tell that prime was straight up designed first as a Peterbuilt truckformer and then reverse engineered into a cybertron mode....the only difference is the shoulder lights and pipes....
Absolutely positively definitely. MovieBob totally got it right when he guessed that the fully animated scenes were rewritten and reanimated from scratch when the decision came down to turn Bee Movie from a prequel into a reboot (watch his videos on YouTube, they're real good). All of the live action scenes mesh with the continuity of the Bay films, but the animated scenes (where they wouldn't have had to schedule reshoots with real actors to change them) broke continuity with the other movies. That means they finished filming the movie as a prequel, then decided to change it into a reboot, scrapped whatever the non-Earth scenes were supposed to be originally, and had to completely redo them in time for the film's release date. And since they probably started working on those animated scenes before filming started, and filming usually takes around 3 months, that means they probably had to throw away over 3 months of animation and voice acting work, start all over again, and still finish the new scenes in the same amount of time that they originally had to polish off the old scenes that they had already spent 3 months working on. And you always have to cut corners when you're in a time crunch like that.
also stated in the art of cybertron by ilm that it was also due to test screenings asking for more transformers
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