''Transformers'' Credited For ''Knight Rider'' TV Return
By bwbm on Friday, September 28, 2007
The once-popular "Knight Rider" franchise has been tapped by NBC to return to television by autumn of 2008, reports ENewsI.
Citing the Daily Variety, our sister-site reports that NBC has called upon Doug Liman ("Bourne Identity," "Mr. and Mrs. Smith) to produce and possibly direct a two-hour long movie to gauge interest in the show. If the interest is high enough, a full-blown series will be produced.
What is interesting though, is that the studios have cited the recent success of the movie of another 80's property "Transformers" as the reason why the network is attempting to revive the franchise in the first place.
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Michael Bay will be getting a taste of his own medicine when the L.A. satire company 30 Minute Musicals takes on Michael Bay's summer blockbuster with "Trans4mers." The show that has just opened at the Hudson Backstage Theatre serves up a bevy of song and dance based on the movies fans both love and hate. The show features actors playing up the human and robot characters as well as the director of the three moves. Watch a clip from the show below.
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Thanks again to TheAgabyss who has posted an update on the many Takara Tomy Transformers: Lost Age releases we saw images of yesterday. The fans in Japan will be getting a lot of remakes to go with their Transformers Age of Extinction figures line. We now have more details from Twitter that breaks down the product number and figure name along with some notes that we've gathered to better describe what's what. Also, the update lets us know the bulk of the toys will be released on May 17 and June 21, 2014. Not May 3rd as originally posted.
The official Transformers facebook page have posted the official images we first saw at Toy Fair. Following the new Treaster Trailer #2, it seems proper to give another look at the Transformers Age of Extinction characters toys. See the official images of the voyager scale figures from the Transformers: Age of Extinction Generations line including Galvatron, Evasion Mode Optimus Prime, Hound and Grimlock that will be available in May 2014.
Following the Transformers Age of Extinction teaser trailer #2 release we have a new video by way of MTV that takes us behind the scenes of the movie. Watch the clip that shows a number of scenes being filmed along with short interviews with the stars including March Wahlber, Jack Raynor and Nicola Peltz who talk about working on the new movie.