Rovio has posted another preview video for Angry Birds Transformers, this time displaying Chuck in his finest Bumblebee cosplay. And hey, at least he's doing the running man instead of the robot. (They did the obvious joke already) Keep reading to see the video!
Clearly taking its cues from Age of Extinction, the first Decepticon spotlight video for Angry Birds Transformers is Foreman Pig in the role of Lockdown. We hadn't seen official character art for him previously, instead seeing Megatron (pictured). The game is due for release on October 15th, but in the meantime you can keep reading to see the video!
In advance of tomorrow's digital release of Age of Extinction and the home video release in two weeks, USAToday has posted an exclusive featurette showing some of the filming process- namely, the part of the process that involves things exploding. One crewmember boasts of "ten or twelve pounds of black powder" per shot, and actors and crew alike express their surprise at the scope of the practical effects. Keep reading to see the video!
Rovio has released a new video spotlighting Angry Birds' mascot character Red decked out as Optimus Prime for the upcoming Angry Birds Transformers game. While previously the name "Optimus Red" was trademarked, it seems as though Rovio and Hasbro decided not to mix their trademarks that
closely. Also worth mentioning is that the video features another snippet of music by The Transformers: The Movie
composer Vince DiCola! Keep reading to see and hear for yourself!
Five days remain until Age of Extinction is available through digital channels, and only nineteen until the DVD and Blu-Ray releases. In support of which, the official Transformers YouTube Channel has released a new behind-the-scenes video focusing on the "Cavalry Charge" of the Dinobots at the end of the film. Keep reading to see!
The official Transformers YouTube channel has posted a new video spotlighting the Walmart exclusive Age of Extinction figures, including the "old-mold" sets featuring Beast Wars' Terrorsaur as Strafe as well as the TF4 Legends- which confirms the previously rumored Lockdown and Hound Legends-class figures. Keep reading to see the video!
Thanks to Wes McGraw who has posted a video on his YouTube channel. We have an inside look at creating the voices and sounds of "Hasbro Toys" action figures based on the film "Transformers, Age of Extinction." See the video clip that features Wes McGraw and fellow voice actors in the studio recoding clips for the Transformers Age of Extinction Bumblebee, Grimlock, Lockdown and Stinger toys.
CBMTrailers has posted a featurette from the upcoming Age of Extinction DVD/Blu-Ray release. "Creating the Dinobots" is a two-minute short talking about the design concepts behind the Dinobots and the big battle at the end of the film, including the western theme the team was going for. Keep reading to see the video!
The official Transformers YouTube channel has posted a commercial for Stomp & Chomp Grimlock, showing off the features of the massive electronic one-step changer with included Optimus Prime action figure. Keep reading to see for yourself!
The first in-package shots of QTransformers have appeared on Autobase Aichi along with a new preview video for QTransformers: Mystery of Convoy. It's an infinite runner based on the "classic" Famicom (Japanese Nintendo Entertainment System) game of the same name. It can't be any worse than that, believe me. Keep reading for the images and video!
Transformers 4: Lost Age is out in Japan, and TakaraTomy is supporting the movie with both toy commercials, and a themesong for the kids' line of figures: "Kakkoeasy!" It's one of those difficult to translate Japanese wordplays that combines the words "Kakkoii" ("handsome" or "cool-looking") and "Easy" (which is written "i-ji-" in Japanese.) Definitely a song for little kids, but one with the sinister potential to bore into your head and never leave. Keep reading to hear it for yourself and see the toy commericial too!
Autobase Aichi has posted a link to a YouTube video from the Japanese premiere events for Lost Age/Age of Extinction. It features both a crazy lightshow focused on the Optimus Prime and Bumblebee statues we've seen so much of since June, and Jack Reynor (Shane Dyson) and Nicola Peltz (Tessa Yeager) answering questions in English which were asked in Japanese and looking appropriately confused. Keep reading to see the video! UPDATE: Just added images from the event.
Thanks to Autobase Aichi, we know that TakaraTomy has produced a 'Diorama Story' video for their Lost Age toyline that very much resembles their older toy commericials. If you want to check out an entertainingly cheesy video that shows off some of the One-Step figures and Power Battlers and their gimmicks, keep reading!
Composer Steve Jablonsky has sit down for a brief interview about his work scoring Age of Extinction, how it compares to his previous scores for the first three films, and the contributions of Imagine Dragons and Skrillex to the film. The score is now available through iTunes. Click through to see the video!
Singapore fangroup Planet Iacon has posted a link to the Japanese dubbed version of the Transformers: Lost Age (AKA Age of Extinction) trailer, and it does lend a certain charm to the whole thing. Click through to see the video and find out what Mark Wahlberg, Nicola Peltz and Stanley Tucci sound like dubbed into Japanese!
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