From forums member chuckdawg1999, we've got a two in one review for both of the main Hot Rod releases for The Last Knight's toyline. The video starts with a look at the Deluxe edition, which while known to share some engineering with Age of Extinction Lockdown, seems to largely have its own identity in the particulars of its transformation. The Legion Class brings up the end of the video, rounding things out with a simplicity that seems enjoyable after the Deluxe figure. You can find the video embedded below, click through to see it now!
With the fate of Earth at stake, new heroes must rise in an epic struggle to forge a future for all. This Premier Edition Voyager Class Transformers lineup showcases iconic characters from Transformers: The Last Knight. Voyager Class figures stand at a 6-inch-scale with movie-inspired detail, packaging, and weapon accessories that make them perfect for Transformers fans and collectors.
ToysRUs Japan has posted a new promo video for the TakaraTomy Transformers: The Last Knight
toyline! The first few minutes are some great stop-motion animation involving the toys, followed by a rundown of the toyline and a trailer for the film that you've probably already seen by now. Keep reading to see!
TFW2005 user LEGOprime
has posted images from a recent visit to Universal Studios Hollywood showing new Transformers: The Last Knight
merchandise at the store there! There's a set of unarticulated figurines featuring Optimus Prime, Megatron, Bumblebee, and Sqweeks, as well as a "Reveal Your Shield" T-shirt and display. Keep reading to see!
As we reported, The Last Knight
is playing reasonably well to the international box office. But at home, even its extended opening weekend period has not helped to bolster its numbers, with a now estimated gross of just over $69 million to wrap up its first weekend. That is slightly above the revised projections from a few days ago that were looking at as low as $65 million, but it's anything but good. Keep reading for more information.