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Hey, Mama! Fergie's (finally!) back with a hot new track, "M.I.L.F. $,' and it's the summer jam we didn't know we were missing. The best milk-inspired song since Kelis' 2003 masterpiece "Milkshake," the frenzied pop track finds the Black Eyed Peas alum blending dairy puns and double entendre (see: the title's play on grade-schoolers' lactose allowance) with Grade-a self-referential swagger ("welcome to the dairy dutchess love factory," she rap-sings at one point, citing her smash 2006 solo album The Dutchess). In an effort to sonically reclaim the term "Milf," which many find derogatory, Fergie - who has son »
- Jeff Nelson, @nelson_jeff
According to a new report from Comicbookmovie, it turns out that we're going to see actor/singer Tyrese Gibson (left) return to the big Transformers franchise to reprise his role as Robert Epps in the 5th sequel! Also, Transformers 5 is going to be titled, "The Last Knight." Unfortunately, we don't have many details about what Robert Epps will be doing in the film. Apparently, Tyrese was the one who confirmed his return during an interview with Entertainment Tonight at the recent 2016 Bet AWARDs. He stated: "Let's just say 2017, summertime, it's going to be a lot of energy out there in the universe: Fast 8, Transformers 5. I'm here to take advantage of my America." Also, there are confirmed reports that actor, Josh Duhamel, is going to return to reprise his role as Lennox. »
While it has been known for quite some time that Michael Bay’s latest Autobot apocalyptic onscreen epic Transformers: The Last Knight will feature a mix of both returning cast members and fresh new faces, the latest cast acquisition implies that we could be in store for a proper reunion. Indeed, former franchise co-star Tyrese Gibson has officially announced that he’s returning for this latest film.
The news came straight from Gibson himself via his Instagram regarding the “rumor” of his return, which he happily addressed with a series of pictures of himself with director Michael Bay, confirming his return for The Last Knightl. The news that Gibson will take a break from his box-office smashing, sequel-strewn success as co-star of the Fast & Furious franchise to once »
Following in the footsteps of his longtime Transformers screen partner Josh Duhamel, Tyrese Gibson revealed via a post on Instagram that he will be reprising his role as Sergeant Robert Epps in Transformers: The Last Knight.
In 2007’s Transformers, 2009’s Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and 2011’s Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Gibson and Duhamel played soldiers who constantly crossed paths with the protagonist, Sam Witwicky, and assisted in fighting the evil Decepticons.
Gibson, along with all of the human characters in the original live-action Transformers trilogy, took a break from the series with 2014’s Transformers: Age of Extinction, but director Michael Bay seems to have made it his goal to get at least part of the gang back together for the upcoming fifth installment. While it’s more unlikely that such actors as Shia Labeouf and John Turturro will return for The Last Knight, it’s also not completely outside the realm of possibility. »
- Justin Cook
Gibson will be reprising his role as Air Force Chief Master Sergeant Robert Epps in “Transformers: The Last Knight.” The actor annouced the news on Instagram, where he posted several photos with director Michael Bay captioned “Robert Epps is back! #T5 Summer 2017 just got even more interesting,” as well as a video.
Production is already underway in Cuba for “Transformers: The Last Knight,” which hits theaters on June 23, 2017. “Transformers 6” has been slotted for June 8, 2018, while “Transformers 7” is scheduled for June 28, 2019.
Gibson appeared in the first three “Transformers” films, but skipped the last installment, 2014’s “Age of Extinction.” Mark Wahlberg is also back as Cade Yeager and Josh Duhamel returns as Lieutenant Colonel Lennox. Anthony Hopkins, newcomer Isabela Moner, Jerrod Carmichael and Laura Haddock have joined the cast as well.
- Maane Khatchatourian
Tyrese Gibson is reprising his role as Robert Epps in director Michael Bay's "Transformers: The Last Knight." The actor confirmed the news on his official Instagram with the caption, "Rumor has it............ Nah.... Robert Epps is back!!!!!! #T5 summer 2017 just got even more interesting...... @MichaelBay aka #MrImAlwaysAwesome" where you can see Gibson and Bay hanging out on the set for Transformers 5.
Rumor has it............ Nah.... Robert Epps is back!!!!!! #T5 summer 2017 just got even more interesting...... @MichaelBay aka #MrImAlwaysAwesome
A photo posted by Tyrese (@tyrese) on Jun 27, 2016 at 2:01pm Pdt
"Transformers: The Last Knight" is directed by Michael Bay and stars Mark Wahlberg, Josh Duhamel, Isabela Moner, Laura Haddock, Jerrod Carmichael, Mitch Pileggi, Jean Dujardin, and Sir Anthony Hopkins. »
- J.B. Casas
Tyrese Gibson has revealed that he is returning to the Transformers franchise for Transformers: The Last Knight. Gibson appeared in the the first three films in the series, Transformers, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen, and Transformers: Dark of the Moon as Robert Epps.
The actor and musician took to Instagram to announce his big news.
Rumor has it………… Nah…. Robert Epps is back!!!!!! #T5 summer 2017 just got even more interesting…… @MichaelBay aka #MrImAlwaysAwesome
A photo posted by Tyrese (@tyrese) on Jun 27, 2016 at 2:01pm Pdt
Filming is already underway on the fifth film in the Transformers series with Mark Wahlberg reprising his role as Cade Yeager and Josh Duhamel as Lieutenant Colonel Lennox. Isabela Moner will stars as the film’s female lead, Izabella, while Jerrod Carmichael and Laura Haddock also star alongsidde Sir Anthony Hopkins.
Transformers: The Last Knight will be released in cinemas on June 23, 2017.
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- Paul Heath
Rumours of Tyrese Gibson returning to the Transformers franchise have been swirling for some time now, but the actor himself has finally made it official. Talking to Entertainment Tonight at the Bet Awards yesterday, Gibson made it clear that he will indeed be part of Transformers: The Last Knight.
This is an intriguing development, because along with Josh Duhamel, he marks the second cast member from the original trilogy to return for this fifth instalment.
Gibson and Duhamel are currently the only two from that first trio of movies to come back for Transformers: The Last Knight (don’t expect Megan Fox to appear), and it’s going to be interesting to see what sort of connective tissue this one has with those. »
- Josh Wilding
Last month, Josh Duhamel, who starred as Lennox in the original Transformers trilogy, confirmed that he will be reprising his role in Transformers: The Last Knight. Just one day later, Tyrese Gibson took to social media, asking director Michael Bay if he could return as Robert Epps, and it seems that is actually happening now. Tyrese Gibson confirmed after the Bet Awards that he is in fact coming back for Transformers 5.
The actor originally confirmed the news in an interview last night with Et Online, although he wouldn't say too much about the role. Tyrese Gibson is currently shooting Fast & Furious 8, so it isn't known when he will be done shooting that movie, to make the transition over to Transformers 5. Here's what he had to say.
Gibson revealed the news himself while discussing his upcoming projects at the Bet Awards last night, telling Entertainment Tonight: "Let's just say 2017, summertime, it's going to be a lot of energy out there in the universe: Fast 8, Transformers 5... I'm here to take advantage of my America."
Gibson is currently filming "Fast 8" under the helm of F. Gary Gray and had previously indicated on social media a desire to return to the franchise like his co-star Josh Duhamel - the only other returning player from the original trilogy.
"Transformers: The Last Knight" is currently in production ahead of a June 23rd 2017 release. »
- Garth Franklin
It's been rumored for quite some time, but we finally have confirmation that Tyrese Gibson will in fact reprise his role as Robert Epps in Michael Bay's latest Transformers film - Transformers: The Last Knight. The extent of his role is unknown, but Gibson broke the news himself while discussing his upcoming slate at the Bet Awards last night, telling Entertainment Tonight: "Let's just say 2017, summertime, it's going to be a lot of energy out there in the universe: Fast 8, Transformers 5... I'm here to take advantage of my America." He'll join Josh Duhamel as the only other returning player from the original trilogy. Gibson is currently filming Fast 8, which is the latest installment in the blockbuster Fast & Furious franchise. F. Gary Gray (Straight Outta Compton) is directing an all-star cast that includes Vin Diesel, Charlize Theron, Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez, Ludacris, Lucas Black, Kurt Russell, »
Transformers: The Last Knight: Director Michael Bay revealed the first look at two costars in Transformers: The Last Knight. Bay is pictured with actress Isabela Moner and a new character, a robot known as Squeeks. Mark Wahlberg, Josh Duhamel, Jerrod Carmichael and Anthony Hopkins star in the movie, set for release on June 23, 2017. [Twitter] Three Christs: Julianna Margulies, who recently concluded a long run as star of TV's The Good Wife, is in final negotiations to star opposite Richard Gere in Three Christs. Based on a book by Milton Rokeach, the movie will follow a psychiatrist (Gere) in 1959 who uses new methods to treat three patients who all claim to be Jesus Christ. Margulies would play the psychiatrist's wife. The cast includes Walton Goggins, Peter...
- Peter Martin
Directed by Shintaro Shimosawa.
A hotshot lawyer takes on a corrupt pharmaceutical kingpin and winds up neck deep in a murky world of dodgy dealings and double crosses.
Al Pacino and Anthony Hopkins starring in a late-night potboiler complete with a swirling, string-heavy score, sexed-up femme fatales and a terminally-ill Korean hitman – what’s not to love? For starters big Al and uncle Tony aren’t really the stars.
That questionable honour goes to Transformers veteran Josh Duhamel, here playing an ambitious young lawyer whose perfect hair hasn’t stopped his marriage to Alice Eve from hitting the rocks. Her role is restricted to chopping lettuce and glowering, so it doesn’t really surprise when he gets a call from a beautiful ex (Malin Akerman) and decides to take the bait.
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Transformers: The Last Knight: Director Michael Bay revealed the first look at two costars in Transformers: The Last Knight. Bay is pictured with actress Isabela Moner and a new character, a robot known as Squeeks. Mark Wahlberg, Josh Duhamel, Jerrod Carmichael and Anthony Hopkins star in the movie, set for release on June 23, 2017. [Twitter] Three Christs: Julianna Margulies, who recently concluded a long run as star of TV's The Good Wife, is in final negotiations to...
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Michael Bay has taken to Instagram to share a new set photo from Transformers: The Last Knight, which sees the director joined by young female lead Isabel Moner, along with a new Transformer character called Squeeks, who we assume is an Autobot.
The character of Squeeks was mentioned in last week’s rumours, which would seemingly confirm the original report concerning the plot for the fifth instalment of the blockbuster series. If you want to know more, read our report here.
Transformers: The Last Knight reunites Michael Bay with Transformers: Age of Extinction star Mark Wahlberg, while Josh Duhamel is also reprising his role as Lieutenant Colonel William Lennox from the first three movies and Peter Cullen will once again voice Autobot leader Optimus Prime. New additions to the cast include Isabela Moner (100 Things to Do Before High School), Jerrod Carmichael (Bad Neighbours), Laura Haddock (Guardians of the Galaxy) and »
- Gary Collinson
Ever since production started on Transformers: The Last Knight late last month, we've already learned that a few of our favorite Autobots and Decepticons such as Megatron and Bumblebee will be back for this sequel. Today, director Michael Bay took a break from the production to introduce a brand new robot character, Squeeks. The director is seen in the first of two new photos alongside Squeeks and his new co-star Isabela Moner.
We're pretty sure Squeeks is an Autobot, with the director debuting two new photos on his official website MichaelBay.com. Squeeks is a 1960s/1970s Vespa scooter, and since we see what appears to be a junkyard in the back of this photo, it's possible that Isabela Moner's mystery character discovers Squeeks in this automotive graveyard. This image comes just a few days after the Decepticon cop car Barricade was unveiled.
The Last Knight centers on Optimus Prime, »
Filmmaker Michael Bay has used his social media channels today to reveal a first look at both young human co-star Isabella Moner and the new robot character Squeeks in the currently filming "Transformers: The Last Knight".
Bay, Moner and Squeeks appear in the first photo, while there's also a short set video featuring the return of Josh Duhamel in the role of Lieutenant Colonel Lennox. The project is currently filming in the U.S., previously in Phoenix and now in Detroit, ahead of a June 2017 release.
— Michael Bay (@michaelbay) June 23, 2016
To quote @joshduhamel, "#transformers 5, baby!"
A video posted by Transformers (@transformersmovie) on Jun 17, 2016 at 1:09pm Pdt
- Garth Franklin
“Transformers” director Michael Bay has introduced Squeeks, an adorable new character for the film series. “My talented young co-star of ‘Transformers,’ Isabela Moner, and introducing a new character, Squeeks,” he wrote on Twitter on Wednesday. The photo shows Bay sitting with the actress and a little autobot, which looks like it was made from parts of a rusty Vespa. Also Read: Anthony Hopkins Officially Joins 'Transformers: The Last Knight' “Transformers: The Last Knight,” the fifth film in the franchise, also stars Mark Wahlberg, Laura Haddock, Anthony Hopkins and Josh Duhamel. Plot details have remained under wraps, but in May, »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Director Michael Bay has released a photo of a new autobot from Paramount Pictures' "Transformers: The Last Knight" starring Mark Wahlberg. The picture shows Bay with actress Isabela Moner along with the new robot named Squeeks.
A photo posted by Michael Bay (@michaelbay) on Jun 22, 2016 at 1:47pm Pdt
The fifth "Transformers" film is rumored to involve a connection between the medieval ages and the Transformers, who were supposedly the ones responsible for giving magic to King Arthur's wizard, Merlin. Another rumor suggest the planet transformer, Unicron, is the main villain for the new film which will see the return of Megatron, who was resurrected in "Transformers: Age Of Extinction."
- J.B. Casas
With production on Transformers: The Last Knight now well underway, British actress Laura Haddock has revealed on Twitter that she has signed on to appear in the fifth instalment of the Michael Bay-helmed franchise. Haddock, whose credits include The Inbetweeners Movie, Da Vinci’s Demons and Guardians of the Galaxy, posted the following video, sharing her excitement over the opportunity to appear alongside Optimus Prime.
Very Excited to tell you guys….. #transformers pic.twitter.com/0cLjjkJbtZ
— laura haddock (@laurajhaddock) June 20, 2016
See Also: Rumoured plot and character details for Transformers: The Last Knight
Transformers: The Last Knight reunites Michael Bay with Transformers: Age of Extinction star Mark Wahlberg, while Josh Duhamel is also reprising his role as Lieutenant Colonel William Lennox from the first three movies and Peter Cullen will once again voice Autobot leader Optimus Prime. New additions to the cast include Isabela Moner (100 Things to Do Before High »
- Gary Collinson
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