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Just when many wondered if the Comicbook Movie party was running out. Paramount and Hasbro are doubling down on their plans for Allspark Pictures. According to Variety Online, starting in 2018 the studio will be headed by Greg Mooradian, currently at Fox 2000, who produced films for Paramount prior to 2013. The BIG news is Paramount wants to get behind Hasbro property productions. Moving from their current role in distribution to helping finance and develop a full-fledged studio with productions to rival Disney's Marvel Studios.




Confirming a job listing by Boulder Media earlier this week and long-ago reports of plans stemming from the fables TFCU Writers' Room, Hasbro announced in today's investor meeting that a CGI Transformers movie is in the works! Set in the current film continuity but with no firm release date, it is part of a larger commitment by Hasbro to release one animated movie a year. Keep reading for details!




They say truth is stranger than fiction, and when word comes down the pipe from Variety that the "Bumblebee" movie will be going head to head with "Aquaman" in the theaters, it is not hard to hear the echo from Big Bang Theory: "Aquaman Sucks!" Sure, good for a laugh. But there's a certain irony here that is more than Meets the Eye. Arguably, these franchise characters both share a sort of disdain from the fandom, followed by an intense puzzlement as to why they are being forced into the spotlight, regardless of the uproar from fans.




Boulder Media has posted a job listing a 3D CG Supervisor for an unspecified animated movie. A subsidiary of Hasbro Entertainment, up to now Boulder has largely worked in the television field. But it appears they're gearing up for a movie, which they say will be the first produced entirely in Ireland. So, what's the property? They don't say, but it's listed as a "very well-known Hasbro property." There's quite a few of those... but about two years ago we did get some news that may tie into this. Keep reading for details!




Deadline reports that actress Pamela Adlon - recent Emmy winner for her show Better Things, and voice of Bobby Hill on King Of The Hill among many others- is in talks to join the cast of Transformers Universe: Bumblebee. Adlon is presumed to be up for the role of the mother of the Hailee Steinfeld character, and hopefully we'll learn more about the film soon. Keep reading for an excerpt from the announcement.




According to the LA Times, the next foray into the Transformers Movie Universe will get a record $22 Million tax credit for shooting the movie entirely in California, USA. The money comes from what is being called a "state program aimed at curbing so-called runaway production." Is it just me, or does it seem odd WE the people should foot the bill for productions that all the profit goes back to the studio? California is not alone, Michigan and other states have provided these incentive before. The idea being, these productions will bring jobs and income to the state.




The Hollywood Reporter has posted an account of a Chinese screening they attended for Transformers: The Last Knight - and the report doesn't sound too encouraging. We'd already heard that box office results were looking disappointing as compared to Transformers: Age of Extinction, but it seems the token efforts made to localize the movie to China and engage in local product placement were the most amusing parts of the film for Shanghai audiences. Keep reading for more details.




Despite the premiere happening right now, there have already been advance screenings of Transformers: The Last Knight. And Radio Free Cybertron's own Brian Kilby has seen it! His spoiler-free review is positive, and most surprisingly says that most of the rough edges we've come to associate with the Transformers film franchise are not present here. Keep reading for a sample plus a link to the full review in both text and audio formats!




Following the confirmation of Hailee Steinfeld as the female lead for the Transformers Universe Bumblebee 2018 movie, we not only have word that the production shooting is slated to begin soon, but also confirmation from numerous outlets that the sixth Transformers film to focus on the Bee will be set in the 1980s timeframe.




Deadline Hollywood has dropped a new post letting us know that even before Transformers 5: The Last Knight is in the can. The Transformers 6 Bumblebee spinoff is moving ahead with plans as the scirpt is reported to be complete, the search for a movie director begins. With Transformers films having been handled exclusively by blockbuster titan, Michael Bay. Meeting expectations of the past, while hopefully lifting the franchise out of the Bayhem are high. The Bumblebee script penned by writers room member, Christina Hodson, appears to aim the 6th installment at the lady fans of franchise.




We reported on this back in 2014, but it appears with the roll out of Transformers 5 on the way. Paramount is just now in court fighting a $27 Million lawsuit. The suit claims that the Chinese company Wulong Karst Tourism, paid $750,000 to be placed in the film, but they never appeared in the movie that was shown in Cinemas. Could this be a setback for the Transformers 5 movie's product and licensing opportunities?




We reported on this back in 2014, but it appears with the roll out of Transformers 5 on the way. Paramount is just now in court fighting a $27 Million lawsuit. The suit claims that the Chinese company Wulong Karst Tourism, paid $750,000 to be placed in the film, but they never appeared in the movie that was shown in Cinemas. Could this be a setback for the Transformers 5 movie's product and licensing opportunities?




Named one of Variety's "10 Cinematographers to Watch" in 2009. Variety reports, Worldwide Production Agency's Jonathan Sela, has just been announced as the guy who will be working with Micheal Bay to make sure every angle and shot in Transformers 5 looks as good as it can. You may know his work from He is known for his work on John Wick (2014), Law Abiding Citizen (2009), A Good Day to Die Hard (2013), Miley Cyrus: Wrecking Ball (2013), Max Payne (2008) and more. Stay tuned for all the new on Transformers 5 in theaters June 23, 2017.




The Detriot News is reporting that things are just begging to rolling on the production fo Transformers 5, with director Micheal Bay. Who, was just spotted dining at the Bella Piatti Italian restarant in Birmingham, Michigan. We can only speculate what they are there for, the report does say that director Bay and his crew in in town to get prepared for the Transformers 5 movie that will be in theaters, June 23, 2017.




As rerported previously, the Detriot Free Press have confirmed that Paramount's "Transformers 5" film will again be filmed, in part, on location in and around Detroit Michigan. What's more the meets the prize, is paramount will be picking up $21 million from the city as an incentive to feature the city in the next Transformers movie. No word on exactly when or where the filming will begin, but the expectation is it will be for sometimes this Summer.



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