first teaser trailer was released. From what I can tell it looks like the interviews and set visits were conducted as one large group as most of them shared the same experiences and quotes. Below are the main highlights from Collider and i09.
- TF5 is set several years after Transformers: Age of Extinction
- A scene involves a crash landing on an alien surface via a V-22 Osprey loaded with the core human cast of the film.
Wednesday, December 07, 2016
Entertainment Tonight has posted a short video from the set of Transformers: The Last Knight when it was filming in England at a fake "Stonehenge" set so that the Bayhem could be filmed. Thanks to Feris O. for the link.
Monday, December 05, 2016
As promised by Michael Bay, here is the first teaser trailer for Transformers: The Last Knight with voice over by Sir Anthony Hopkins. It took this long to be release because online premiere was waiting for it to air during half time on ESPN's Monday Night Football. Teaser screenshots here and here.
Sunday, December 04, 2016
In a video and tweet, Michael Bay teases the release of the Transformers: The Last Knight teaser trailer on Monday. No time was provided. The video (below) provides a brief look at some of the filming and action sequences for the film. The production recently completed re-shoots on the USS Carl Vinson which is why the references to a wrap seems to be coming about two months later then expected. Thanks to Feris O. for the heads-up.
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Hasbro and Machinima are going to continue their partnership by finishing the Prime Wars Trilogy of web shorts. Transformers: Combiners Wars had over 120 million views total worldwide. The remaining two parts will be called Transformers: Titans Return and Transformers: Power of the Primes. As each part was only five minutes in length, assuming the format remains the same that means the entire trilogy will wind up being an hour and half in length.
“The global fan base has really embraced this vision of the Transformers,” said Machinima CEO Chad Gutstein, “and we are thrilled to be working closely with Hasbro developing the next two installments of the series.”
“Transformers has always been fueled by the brand’s rich, compelling characters and storylines, and Transformers: Combiner Wars tapped into that lore to offer fans a truly unique and new digital-first story for the franchise” said Stephen Davis, Chief Content Officer of Hasbro. “Following the success of the first series, we are excited to announce this continued collaboration with Machinima and believe Transformers fans will be thrilled to see the story continue to unfold.”