Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by SilverOptimus, Jun 22, 2021.
You know what, I will say it now.
THIS WILL KILL THE BRAND
I would suggest that ANY live action Transformers movie would have made Billions of dollars.
Correlation does not imply causation and all that...
Hey, most movies had a positive effect in the franchise and increased its fame a lot. It was the last movies which made the bad fame (I mean after tlk even me gave up of them)
This guy on Reddit says it’s not connected to Bayverse
FOR ONCE TRUKK AND MUNKE SHALL BE ONE!
That I can't argue with.
My problem with the movies that needs to be fixed is that Hasbro needs to tell Michael Bay and Bonaventura to fuck off.
Yeah, because you've seen the movie already. Shut the hell up.
That's taken from tfw2005 before they changed it.
that's literally the same post here that was retracted later.
Thats literally quoting the the article from this site before it was corrected.
That leak was pretty much confirmed to be fake a while back.
@SilverOptimus what do you think about this?
So what I'm seeing from this, is that Paramount has learned absolutely nothing from Bumblebee2018 except "Have a g1 looking Optimus Prime."
They can't even commit to rebooting the continuity.
I'm not getting my hopes up anymore until they dump the producers associated with Bayverse.
Everyone who watched the Bumblebee movie can tell but if that guy is tired to production it’s nice to hear somewhat official confirmation.
Oh boy, here´s to more bitching and gnashing of teeth.
Oh no, a logo for a movie that won't be out for a year will kill Transformers forever!!1!!!1!!
The thing with creative control is you gotta be careful how you wield it. If you get too picky the studio may decide it's not worth the trouble and abandon any future collaboration. I'd rather they pick their spots and step in to help fix characterization or story problems than I would making sure Prime's truck mode is "accurate."
Because they are a toy company and I'm guessing Paramount doesn't want a toy company trying to dictate what kinds of cars the studio can/can't use since those rights limit it's ability to make a movie and that is ultimately their main concern. Hasbro can and will make alt modes that are close enough when needed, because they have that flexibility. Paramount does not. They want cool real world cars that turn in to robots which means they gotta play with the companies willing to let them use their cars.
Like, it's not "We want one of the cars to be a Porsche." It's "Porsche is one of the companies who's able to provide cars." And, at the same time, Hasbro knows it's ultimately the robot modes that general audiences will be drawn to in the toyline. So if they can deliver a strong bot mode they win as well.
I don't get why this is so hard for people to grasp.
what if we at least saw a trailer before passing judgement over the entire film that would be a good idea I think
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