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UPDATED with information on the Transformers Live Show! Sys-Con Media reports that Hasbro has partnered with DMG Entertainment to create a new Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality experience centered around Transformers. The first of these "digital simulation experience centers" will open in Shanghai this summer, with plans to expand across China over five years. No plans outside of China have yet been announced, but the project is said to be designed "with the global audience in mind." Keep reading for info!




After the recent trademarking of what's believed to be the Bumblebee Movie logo, Hasbro continues preparing for its 2018 cinematic outing with a new trademark reported by Transformers@TheMoon: Bee Vision. Really, what are the odds this isn't related to the Bumblebee Movie? With the trademark specifically calling out toy masks as a potential use, it looks like there'll be some type of roleplay-toy gimmick in next year's movie toys. Keep reading for the data!




The website Box Office Pro has posted its analysis of the impending Transformers: The Last Knight. It's an interesting read, a fairly level-headed look at the internal and external forces that could determine whether TF5 is a success, and how much of one. Our takeaway: ...there's another Planet of the Apes film coming out in July? Why? Anyway, click through for the full rundown.




The 7th Beijing International Film Festival is underway in China, and Paramount was there to promote Transformers: The Last Knight! In the process of doing so, China.org reports, Paramount Chairman Jim Gianopulos and President of Worldwide Marketing Megan Colligan revealed the location for an upcoming 10th Anniversary Celebration as well as the Chinese street date for the TF5 toyline. Keep reading for more info!




The LA Times has published an article today talking about Hasbro's forward-looking plans with their feature film business. As we'd heard about previously, Hasbro is planning their own cinematic universe in the style of Marvel's movies, bolstered by the runaway success of the Transformers film series. This article goes in to a little more detail on early plans for that, including a new try at GI Joe. There's also a little bit about next year's Bumblebee-focused spin off movie. Keep reading for select excerpts and a link to the article!




Entertainment website Deadline is reporting that the Bumblebee-focused entry in the Transformers live action movie series due in 2018 now has a director on board. Travis Knight will have the distinction of directing the first live action film installment that won't be in Michael Bay's care. Knight was previously the director for Kubo And The Two Strings, and while that is a short credit list in this role, it's a pretty powerful first effort.




Actor Josh Duhamel took to Twitter the other day to express his regret at being unable to be in the crowd the next time the Minnesota Vikings were to play. This is relevant to us because he explained that he was too busy shooting Transformers: The Last Knight aboard the USS Carl Vinson in San Diego, CA! We've got a collection of photos embedded below from the Duhamel's Land fan page on Instagram, as well as Duhamel and the crew of the Carl Vinson cheering on the Vikings from his own Instagram page. Keep reading to see both!




Luke Y. Thompson has interviewed Hasbro's John Warden for Forbes, and Warden had some interesting things to say and hints to drop about what 2017 has in store for Transformers. The Last Knight, of course -- but is Titans Return going to stop for the films, or run concurrently? And what about how the toymaker is looking at the renewed interest in their other `80s properties from the film and comic worlds? Keep reading to see!




Hot on the heels of the return of Josh Duhamel, Michael Bay has posted video clips of Tyrese Gibson to Instagram with the caption "I'm thinking." Will the duo of Epps and Lennox be reunited in Transformers 5? Obviously Bay is gauging fan reaction with this, so keep reading for a link to Instagram so you can go tell him what you think.




After sitting out Age of Extinction (which was probably wise on his part, let's be honest), Josh Duhamel is apparently preparing to return to the Transformers film franchise. Michael Bay, the official Transformers Twitter, and Duhamel himself were all excitedly chatting about the news this morning as Duhamel returns as William Lennox - who is probably at least a Colonel by now considering his jumps in rank between previous films. Keep reading for more info!




Superhero Hype has announced that Paramount has decided on an official title for Transformers 5! Now titled Transformers: The Last Knight, filming begins on June 6th in Detroit. Besides Mark Wahlberg and Isabela Moner, actor Jerrod Carmichael is known to be playing a role. Keep reading for more info and a closer look at the new logo! UPDATED with a link to the official announcement on Instagram!




Entertainment website The Wrap is reporting tonight that comedian Jerrod Carmichael may be in talks to be part of the cast for Transformers 5, due to begin filming this summer. The Wrap previously reported the rumor of Nickelodeon star Isabela Moner also being in negotiations to star in the movie along with returning lead Mark Wahlberg. There's precious little in the way of details, and reportedly Paramount has declined to comment at this time, but with production getting ever closer, more and more of these rumors are likely to prove accurate. Keep reading for a link back to the original article.




Entertainment website The Wrap is reporting that Isabela Moner is being considered for the female lead role alongside Mark Wahlberg in Transformers 5. Moner has starred in a number of Nickelodeon productions among other similarly themed roles. There's no outside corroboration for this information, so for now it should be held strictly as a rumor, but with production due to start in just a couple months, the timing might be right. Keep reading for a brief summary of the character Moner may be cast for.




User Red Goblin on TFW has shared a few images reportedly originating with Industrial Light and Magic, showing some new concept pieces from the live action Transformers movies. There's various shots of landscapes clearly used in the development of Cybertron itself, plus ship and character designs from Age of Extinction specifically - including an orange-armored Drift, giving a good idea where the analogous character in Robots in Disguise got his coloring from. We've mirrored the images, so keep reading to check it out!




The Hollywood Reporter has an article out today talking about the immediate future of the Transformers movie series. As was revealed just before Toy Fair, we're locked in for a schedule of three consecutive years of Transformers movies, the mid point of which is a Bumblebee focused film. Paramount's Brad Grey is quoted as saying that Bumblebee is among the Transformers universe characters deserving of their own movies. It's also called out that the Bee Movie will be kept to a lower cost than typical for the series. Click through for a quick excerpt and link to the original article.



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