Facebook page has posted videos from ACGHK, one of the major Hong Kong shows! The videos below show off the Hasbro booth among other things, which details most of this year's Titans Return offerings up through wave 5 along with Transformers: The Last Knight
and a look at this year's SDCC exclusives. And a lot more Transformers-related videos from the show, so keep reading to see!
CBS station B96 has interviewed actress Hailee Steinfeld about her part in the upcoming Bumblebee movie as part of an interview held at their station's Pepsi Summer Bash. Steinfeld revealed that she's watching all the existing movies so she has a point of reference for the role, among other things. Our best guess is that, like the rest of us, she's going to be extremely confused after trying to binge-watch all five films. We've embedded the video below, so keep reading to see!
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!
Right behind Movie Masterpiece Bumblebee, it appears MPM-4 Optimus is now becoming available at retail in Asia as well. On Youtube, hirohitokusanagi
has posted three videos featuring the new Masterpiece figure. First up is a demo of the transformation. It's compared repeatedly to Revenge of The Fallen Leader Class Optimus Prime in the way it works, but none of the numerous steps look particularly difficult. The next two videos show the weapons, plus comparisons alongside other figures. You can find all three embedded below!
YouTube channel HeyUGuys
has interviewed British voice actor Jim Carter, the voice of Cogman! He talks about how he was actually on-set for the production - which is unusual for a voice actor - and had a great time working with Sir Anthony Hopkins and Michael Bay. Carter says he hadn't seen any of the Transformers films previously and he was about to go watch Transformers: The Last Knight
after the interview - that had to be an interesting experience. Keep reading for the clip!
ONE MORE FINAL(?) - The official Transformers Facebook page has posted a new trailer for Transformers: The Last Knight
featuring the movie's spotlight song, "Torches" by X Ambassadors. There's a fair number of new clips in this one... perhaps signaling the last of the major new TF5 trailers? We'll know soon, but with the movie actually out it's natural that its promotional cycle begin winding down. Keep reading to see the video!
MTV is streaming the US premiere of Transformers: The Last Knight
to YouTube! The stars of the film are hitting the red carpet and as of this writing, we have a montage where the cast are describing the process of working on the film. Tonight's the big night, so assuming you're not at the premiere yourself right now keep reading to see the video!
I thought it had been a couple days since we posted any new Transformers: The Last Knight
clips. In the space of those few days, we've found four
new clips: two focus on Drift, one on Megatron, and one is titled "Robot Dementia" and is presumably not about the source of Optimus Prime's ever-growing case of Robot PTSD. Keep reading to see, just in case you want to catch a few more seconds of the movie early before its premiere tonight!
USA Today has posted two videos to promote Transformers: The Last Knight
! In the first, Josh Duhamel talks about going home from the set one day and recognizing a very distinct and unpleasant odor and realizing, for the first time in four movies, what goes into a Michael Bay explosive. In the second, Bay and Mark Wahlberg(pictured) talk about Sir Anthony Hopkins and the pleasure of working with him - and how much Hopkins enjoyed working on a movie where he got to play a more comedic role for a change. Keep reading for links to both videos!
This morning's trailer for Transformers: The Last Knight
is a China-exclusive video that shows off a couple of new moments. One is Megatron pinning Optimus Prime to the ground, snarling "We were BROTHERS once!"
. The other is of Prime cutting down Infernocus' combined form as it splits apart and continues the fight - so assume you just saw 90% of the combiner's screen time. Keep reading to see.
Ben Montano and John Warden have made a new announcement video for the official Transformers Facebook page to give us more details about Transformers fan events at HasCon! Among the things promised are a Stan Bush concert, Q&A with the Hasbro Design Team, a HasCon exclusive figure, and most excitingly, an advance look at the 2018 Power of the Primes
Generations subline! Keep reading to see the video.
The show "Mighty Car Mods" has posted a Transformers: The Last Knight
themed special. The goal? Make a Supercar in disguise, a car capable of running a quarter-mile in ten secounds, from the most mundane vehicle possible - in this case, a Toyota Cresta. And then suddenly, near the end, a familiar Camaro appears and it becomes a race... The full episode is up on YouTube, so keep reading to see!
A new promotional campaign for Transformers: The Last Knight
has begun! It's focused on the actions of the sinister Transformers Reaction Force,
or TRF - seemingly the successors of the "Cemetary Wind" taskforce headed by Kelsey Grammer in Age of Extinction
. We've received an exclusive look at the TRF's top-secret dossier on the Decepticon newcomer Berserker
. Keep reading to learn more!
Hasbro has released two different lengths of TV spot for Knight Armor Turbo Changer Bumblebee! Featuring the tagline "Answer The Call Of Destiny" in the longer spot, the slick videos show off the detailing of vehicle mode and the ease of transition to Robot Mode. Keep reading to see!
You know the pattern, right? Remixed footage from previous ads plus one or two little new things to catch your eye; such is the way of the late-in-promotional-cycle TV spot. This time our scrap of new Transformers: The Last Knight
footage, via ComicBook.com's YouTube channel, is a look at Dragonstorm, previously only seen in toy and promotional art form. Keep reading to see the Mecha Ghidorah-like dragon in action!
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