Is TLK Linked To The Upcoming Hasbro Cinematic Universe?

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    Explain what you mean please tonyformer?
     
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    Definitely could be looking at an already linked hasbro universe....looks like a group of multicultural youths to me
     

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    Lol, those are all Isabela's Friends from Nickelodeon. They have all played in verious Nick shows.
     
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    What I mean is in the beginning of filming, they filmed at Hoover Dam again, they filmed scenes that were meant to be in chicago. And not just Chicago, but a Chicago that was still ravaged from the events of DOTM, we got scenes of Lennox in the Desert talking to "a transformer", now more scenes in Africa. These scenes "could represent Egypt again". We got characters like Lennox, Epps, Simmons and Joshua all coming back. All these characters were important to their movies. If some form of Time Travel or alternate reality comes into play, this could be why these characters are back.

    And we could see events from past movies, like The AllSpark and Megs being hidden in the Dam, somehow changed. The Sun Harvester event could change, maybe Sentinel and the Ark never crashes on the moon. Just saying, depending on what the writers room came up with, they could have went back and changed events and history as far as what we already seen in the past 4 movies.
     
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    Autobot Burnout ...and I'll whisper "No."

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    Unlikely, because the films are simply too linear with each other in how they resolve their plots that changing events in any previous film automatically negates the later films from even happening. Megatron winning the first film simply means Prime dies and with him any chance of getting the Matrix. Fallen/Megatron winning in ROTF simply means there's no point in reviving Sentinel to spacebridge-drag Cybertron to Earth because the one labor pool resource they were going to use just died because human extermination was literally all Fallen was trying to acomplish. Sentinel winning in DOTM is an outright zero sum game because there is no realistic way humanity could survive at most half a year trying to rebuild an alien planet around the clock, so all humanity dies off and Sentinel/Decepticons are right back where they started barring Cybertron having moved across time and space. And really I don't see how the Creators could LOSE in AoE because Lockdown was there to bring Prime to them - which Prime outright ensures by flying off into space to find them anyway - and Galvatron was going to pull the Key to Vector Sigma to cyberform the planet...which is what the Creators originally did and as a result could probably just reboot whatever they were doing with the Cybertronians anyway given that's what Lockdown vaguely hinted at with the board clearing metaphor.

    EDIT: Also, it would be hilariously short-sighted for the films to think Chicago would be an abandoned wasteland ala Chernobyl Exclusion Zone for so many years. The whole city was not razed to the ground and much of the critical infrastructure was intact by the end - it was not a ground zero situation like the firebombings of Dresden or most of Hiroshima being erased from existence by nuke bomb. Chicago is a major economic and transportation hub in the heart of the US - companies would be fighting tooth and nail to get in on lucrative reconstruction contracts to get the city back up and running.

    Its reconstruction also would be a rallying point for anti-alien movements in society, by rebuilding from the devastation to prove how resilient humanity is to attacks from the alien threat - the entire part where Chicago was attacked being all because of humanity stupidly trusting the Decepticons again notwithstanding - but it certainly wouldn't be left like a second Pipyrat.
     
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