Bumblebee The Movie Decepticons Revealed - Meet Shatter & Dropkick!

Entertainment Weekly has posted an image of the two new Decepticons who will be the main villains of the upcoming Bumblebee: The Movie: Shatter, the red Plymouth Previously seen in a publicity photo with director Travis Knight, and Dropkick. Keep reading to see who will be playing these new characters, and to hear Knight's views on robot cast size for Bumblebee.
One of the Decepticons is Shatter, who takes the form of a cherry-red Plymouth Satellite. She will be voiced by Angela Bassett.

Dropkick, whose vehicle form is a blue AMC Javelin, will be voiced by Justin Theroux.

“When the cast is too big, and you have a finite amount of time, there’s only so much you can do to create an investment in them,” Knight says. “This is a more personal, intimate, and character-driven story, so it felt right to keep the villain plot relatively simple and contained. If you keep things lean, you can add a lot of other stuff on top of it that makes it more enjoyable.”

At this point, between these two and the leak yesterday revealing that Optimus Prime would probably appear, we probably know the entire robot cast of the film. If there are more, odds are good we'll learn about it at SDCC next week!
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