Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by SilverOptimus, Feb 16, 2020.
News Post: Hasbro Is Looking For A Graphic Designer For Transformers
The hell? CLUE? Did I miss or forget something and they're bringing that back as a movie franchise?
I mean, quite honestly I don't think they'd be able to do it - the original Clue is surprisingly good (the alt. endings all kinda suck but if you get a home media release, the film straight up makes fun of it and then plays the REAL ending anyway so its all in good fun) because it just doesn't take itself seriously in the slightest.
Stay the hell away from tumblr, Hasbro.
Welp, better polish up my resume...
I think it might mean the board game not the movie, but anything is possible at this point.
I messaged a few graphic design friends about this job posting but I highly doubt they'd want to move to Rhode Island.
Isn’t that waste dump gonna die soon, or did someone bought it and now it’s alive again?
My calling in life!!! Behold:
I like his big toe.
Yeah, last I heard Ryan Reynolds was working on a rated R Clue movie where they go globe trotting. Nothing about it sounded like Clue to me.
All I can picture is all the characters having cars that color coordinate with their names.
I remember reading about that last year on movie site news
I’m always so tempted to apply for these things when they pop up (I’m an experienced designer and I’ve even worked on licensed brands like Disney and marvel and nickelodeon) but I don’t think there’s any way I could move to Rhode Island especially now that I’m engaged. Good luck to those who do apply though!
Don't get it.
same. shitpost side of tumblr still going strong
He could totally do graphical design, he is an artist!
They scrubbed out the part saying “we want 99% of your work to be slavish G1 worship and maybe one or two homages to anything released after 1986”
Even for Clue and My Little Pony? Man, Hasbro's requirements sure are steep mountains to climb.
Kremzeem, is your calling anything like the callings in Manifest?
Separate names with a comma.