Discussion in 'Transformers Movie Discussion' started by Boneless Pizza, Jun 20, 2017.
I feel that in the hands of disney, not only would they be perfect for a company like them, but the transformers movies overall quality and continuity would increase dramatically. And their would probably be a lot more relation to g1 stories and characters too.
This all depends of the Box Office I think.. I can't see them going past TF6 if TLK profits less than AoE.
And I feel recently, people listen to critics even MORE so I think the low ratings are definitely gonna hurt the Box Office quite abit..
It's funny, because 10 years ago no one gave a flying turd about RT.
Now movies openly advertise their high RT scores.
Paramount is dying anyway, just give it to someone else, now you have an opportunity.
With the way things look, they should play it safe. Do the Bumblebee movie, the animated prequel, and end it with the true 6th movie.
Then sometime later, give it to someone else and have them try their luck at it.
Perhaps it a cynical side of me talking... but as far as I'm concerned, if the movies get cancelled outright, I'm done with Transformers as a whole and it can burn. I'm only in it for the movies and the toys at this point.
What about total clean-slate reboot?
I say total clean slate and let Disney try their hand at it. Disney already has ILM and has the money to get a full time writing crew and dedicate the time to a true universe with many stories (not just on Earth).
At this point it's sad to say, but I feel the Bee movie might just turn out to be the best movie to date. Not because of Bee, but because no OP getting all the money scenes, no Bay, a smaller robot cast again to HOPEFULLY get back to some character building and flesh out more of HOPEFULLY Cons like Barricade and Soundwave as they should be around. And I'd really like Scream to be in his movie to actually see him lead.
What I liked about the 1st movie was the dynamic between Sam and Bee, if the Bee spinoff movie does that then hopefully it will be a good film.
The only thing I'm not going to like about the spin off is if characters like Screamer or Soundwave do show up, that will be GREAT, but short lived as we already know they die. And that's all because a certain director was supposed to stop making the films and thought it would be a great idea to just kill off the whole Con cast. Like fuck you guys, I'll kill off all the good Cons so it's hard for someone to build off of.
Then he gets talked back into making a new O'Neil AOE and they go with the stupid KSI story that was done very bad, very stupidly bring Megs back as Galvatron and then completely drop that whole arc and Galvatron as if basically nothing in AOE happened.
Now the Bots get the KnightShip after we seen it leaving at the end of AOE. So they could not bring down the knight ship in that whole movie but some TF named Day Trader that just pops up,seems to be able to get his hands on a big ass ship?
There are a lot of things in this new movie that just happen with next to no explanation as if they expect us to just say oh cool, that's back or they showed us that and this. But don't follow up. How the hell did 1 TF get ahold of the Knight Ship?
Question would Diseny even want Transformers or would Hasbro let Disney do it?
I say give it to another company but don't reboot.
Hasbro would do it if they only sold the movie rights - the merchandising ALONE would be worth it. Just look at the Star Wars resurgence from Ep 7 and then Rogue One.
I know one thing for sure...if Disney bought Transformers, I bet they won't let Peter voice Optimus. (I may or may not still be salty about them replacing him with a different voice actor for Eeyore.)
Why not? Everything Disney seems to get their hands on, turns to gold lol. And all that could do for Hasbro is make them more money.
The issue is tho. Really, how many more movies does he have in him to voice OP? I don't see many to be honest.
You might have a point. Still doesn't explain why they got a new Eeyore, though...and that was years ago, now!
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