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‘Batman: Gotham by Gaslight’ Looks Bloody Interesting

Inspired by the the one-shot Elseworlds tale by Brian Augustyn and Mike Mignola, Batman: Gotham By Gaslight puts Batman against the real world serial killer, Jack the Ripper. Take a look at the trailer below as well as additional information about the upcoming DC and Warner Bros. Animation film.

Batman: Gotham By Gaslight takes place at the turn of the century as America’s continued industrial revolution is to be showcased at a World’s Fair hosted by Gotham City. But while the world prepares to witness the glittery glory of Gotham’s technological advances, there is a killer loose in the city’s darkest shadows. Preying on the city’s women, this killer is as precise as he is cruel. As Police Commissioner James Gordon tries to calm the fears of Gotham’s citizens regarding the butcher called Jack the Ripper, the masked vigilante Batman enacts his own detective
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Amazon Boards ITV Thriller ‘White Dragon’ From Two Brothers Pictures; Cast Set

Amazon Prime has boarded ITV mystery crime drama White Dragon from Two Brothers Pictures, the maker of ITV/Sundance’s Liar, Cinemax/BBC One’s Rellik and Phoebe Waller-Bridge's Fleabag. The streaming service has taken U.S. rights to the eight-part conspiracy thriller, which will star Doctor Who and Mad DogsJohn Simm and The Casual Vacancy and Merlin‘s Emilia Fox. The series will premiere on ITV before airing as an Amazon Prime Exclusive in the U.S. The story follows a…
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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Katie McGrath

Katie McGrath is an Irish actress who was born in Ashford, County Wicklow, Ireland, in 1983. She remained in this area while growing up with her parents and two older brothers, Sean and Rory. McGrath made her television debut in the Irish television film ‘Damage’ in 2008. She became well-known for playing Morgana Pendragon in the television series ‘Merlin’. She is also known for playing Lena Luthor in ‘Supergirl’, an American superhero series. Initially, she appeared in season two on just a few occasions but was promoted to a series regular for ‘Supergirl’ for the third season. In addition to

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Katie McGrath
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Kingsman 2 Clip Intros Channing Tatum's Agent Tequila

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Kingsman 2 Clip Intros Channing Tatum's Agent Tequila
With the September 22 release date just five days away, 20th Century Fox released a new clip for Kingsman: The Golden Circle. This scene shows the first interaction between Agent Tequila (Channing Tatum) and the Kingsmen agents Eggsy (Taron Egerton) and Merlin (Mark Strong). Tequila catches both Eggsy and Merlin in the act, as they try to break open a large barrel of whiskey at the Statesmen distillery. This follows an earlier preview where Merlin and Eggsy broke away from their tour of the distillery to try and find the secret entrance to the Statesman headquarters, and in this clip, instead of the entrance, they find Agent Tequila.

This clip debuted on the 20th Century Fox YouTube, which opens with Merlin trying to take an axe to a massive barrel of Statesman whiskey, but it doesn't budge. Behind them, Agent Tequila comes trolling up, stating that his mama always told him
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Hellboy Reboot Gets Hemlock Grove Star Penelope Mitchell

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Hellboy Reboot Gets Hemlock Grove Star Penelope Mitchell
Just days after actor Ed Skrein exited Lionsgate's Hellboy reboot, due to concerns over "whitewashing," the project has added yet another member to its cast. Penelope Mitchell (Hemlock Grove) has just signed on to play a witch named Ganeida. It remains unclear if the studio is actively seeking actors to replace Ed Skrein, who backed out of the Major Ben Daimio role upon learning that the original character in the comics is a Japanese-American man.

Deadline reports that Ganeida is an elder witch who decides that the reign of terror caused by Nimue the Blood Queen (Milla Jovovich) has gone on long enough and tries to stop her. It's unclear if Ganeida ultimately joins forces with Hellboy (David Harbour) and his team of paranormal investigators to take down this medieval sorceress, but it seems likely. The Ganeida character had a similar arc in the 2011 comic Hellboy: The Fury, so
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Wamg Giveaway – Win Black Sails The Complete Fourth Season on Blu-ray

The final season of executive producer Michael Bay’s thrilling prequel to Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island,” the Starz hit series “Black Sails: The Complete Fourth Season” arrives on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital HD) and DVD August 29 from Lionsgate. “Black Sails” has been nominated for multiple Emmy® Awards, and won in 2014 for Outstanding Special and Visual Effects in a Supporting Role, and Outstanding Sound Editing. The show was also nominated for the 2016 GLAAD Awards for “Outstanding Drama Series.” The critically acclaimed series boasts a dynamic cast, including Toby Stephens (13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi), Luke Arnold (”Inxs: The Michael Hutchence Story”), Toby Schmitz (“Newton’s Law”), Hannah New (Maleficent), and Jessica Parker Kennedy (“The Secret Circle”), Tom Hopper (“Merlin”) and Ray Stevenson (“Rome) as the iconic pirate “BlackBeard”.

Now you can own Black Sails The Complete Fourth Season on Blu-ray. We Are Movie Geeks has four copies to give away.
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Black Sails The Complete Fourth Season Arrives on Blu-ray and DVD August 29th

The final season of executive producer Michael Bay’s thrilling prequel to Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island,” the Starz hit series “Black Sails: The Complete Fourth Season” arrives on Blu-ray™ (plus Digital HD) and DVD August 29 from Lionsgate. “Black Sails” has been nominated for multiple Emmy® Awards, and won in 2014 for Outstanding Special and Visual Effects in a Supporting Role, and Outstanding Sound Editing. The show was also nominated for the 2016 GLAAD Awards for “Outstanding Drama Series.” The critically acclaimed series boasts a dynamic cast, including Toby Stephens (13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi), Luke Arnold (”Inxs: The Michael Hutchence Story”), Toby Schmitz (“Newton’s Law”), Hannah New (Maleficent), and Jessica Parker Kennedy (“The Secret Circle”), Tom Hopper (“Merlin”) and Ray Stevenson (“Rome) as the iconic pirate “BlackBeard”.

It’s war in the West Indies, and the shores of New Providence Island have never been bloodier. While Eleanor
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Transformers: The Last Knight passes $600 million at the global box office

It may not have enjoyed the same kind of success as the previous instalments in the series, but Paramount Pictures and Michael Bay’s Transformers: The Last Knight has now reached the $600 million milestone at the global box office.

The Last Knight has grossed $601.1 million around the world, with $130.1 million domestically (a franchise low) and $471 million from international markets. The original Transformers grossed $709.7 million back in 2007, followed by Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen with $836.3 million in 2009, Transformers: Age of Extinction with $1.104 billion in 2014, and 2011’s Transformers: Dark of the Moon setting a franchise high of $1.124 million in 2011.

Next up from the series is Transformers Universe: Bumblebee, which is set for release on December 21st 2018.

See Also: Transformers: The Last Knight Blu-ray details and special features revealed

The Last Knight shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise and redefines what it means to be a hero. Humans and Transformers are at war,
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No, You're Not Losing It: Dickon Tarly Definitely Has a New Face on Game of Thrones

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When we first meet Dickon Tarly, Samwell's pompous brother on Game of Thrones, he's at a very awkward Tarly family dinner in season six. He openly mocks his brother about his claims of killing a White Walker and is generally a big assh*le (no wonder Sam has all those self-esteem issues). He's played by Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince actor Freddie Stroma in the episode (pictured above), who confirmed not long after it aired that he would not be returning to the series in season seven due to scheduling conflicts with his now-canceled show, Time After Time. Although we were sad to see Stroma go, the actor was soon recast with a (very hot) replacement. Meet the new Dickon Tarly: Tom Hopper. Hopper, who's appeared in Black Sails and Merlin, made his debut in season seven's second episode during a tense conversation with Jaime Lannister (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau) in King's Landing.
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20th Century Fox Brings New Kingsman: The Golden Circle Footage To Sdcc

San Diego Comic-Con is off to a spectacular start, as 20th Century Fox opened its panel with an exclusive clip from Kingsman: The Golden Circle. Moderator Jonathan Ross welcomed cast members Taron Egerton, Channing Tatum, Colin Firth, Jeff Bridges, Pedro Pascal and Halle Berry, along with screenwriter Jane Goldman and original Kingsman artist Dave Gibbons.

Unfortunately, director Matthew Vaughn wasn’t present, since he’s still in the UK working on the final cut of the movie, but a video message from him was screened and the sequel’s opening scene was played for the audience. In it, Taron Egerton’s Eggsy is accosted by a character from the first film and thrust into an epic car chase through the streets of London. With fighting and knife stunts included, the action set-piece reaches its explosive climax in Hyde Park, whereupon Eggsy – under guidance from Merlin – drives his damaged vehicle into
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Bumblebee collectible figure from Transformers: The Last Knight revealed by Hasbro and ThreeA

Yesterday we brought you a look at Optimus Prime [see here], and now Hasbro and ThreeA Toys have unveiled their Premium Scale Collectible Series figure for fellow Autobot Bumblebee from Transformers: The Last Knight. The figure is available to pre-order now from Sideshow Collectibles, priced at $390; take a look at the official promotional images here…

See Also: Pre-order via Sideshow Collectibles

Hasbro and ThreeA proudly present the next wave of Premium Scale Collectibles with Transformers: The Last Knight! Bumblebee has been meticulously adapted and engineered as a highly articulated collectible figure using the film model as a basis. The Bumblebee Premium Scale Figure features Led illuminated details, a variety of accessories, and incredibly detailed weathered paintwork.

The officially licensed Bumblebee stands approximately 15” tall and features 78 points of articulation, Led illuminated eyes and headlights, and comes equipped with detachable wings, a cybertronian hammer, and battle mask!

See Also: Transformers producer shares Bumblebee plot details,
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Hasbro and ThreeA’s Transformers: The Last Knight Optimus Prime collectible figure unveiled

Sideshow has revealed Hasbro and ThreeA Toys upcoming Optimus Prime Premium Scale Collectible Series figure from Transformers: The Last Knight. Standing at around 19 inches tall and featuring 99 points of articulation, the collectible is available to pre-order now, priced at $450; check it out here…

See Also: Pre-order via Sideshow Collectibles

Hasbro and ThreeA proudly present the next wave of Premium Scale Collectibles with Transformers: The Last Knight! Optimus Prime has been meticulously adapted and engineered as a highly articulated collectible figure using the film model as a basis. The Optimus Prime Premium Scale Figure features Led illuminated details, a variety of accessories, and incredibly detailed weathered paintwork.

The officially licensed Optimus Prime stands approximately 19” tall and features 99 points of articulation, Led illuminated eyes, and comes equipped with an interchangeable battle mask, blaster shield, cybertronian sword, and detachable wrist blade.

See Also: Mark Wahlberg doesn’t think Michael Bay will quit Transformers franchise,
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Transformers: The Last Knight opens to $265 million worldwide, but a franchise low in the U.S.

It looks like audiences – or Western ones, at least – may finally be tiring of the Transformers franchise, with the latest instalment Transformers: The Last Knight debuting to a series low at the U.S. box office, grossing a $69.1 million five-day opening, and just $45.3 million across the Friday to Sunday period.

For comparison, the previous franchise low was the first Transformers, which opened with $70.5 million back in 2007, while the fourth entry Transformers: Age of Extinction began its run in 2014 with $100.0 million.

It’s not all bad news for The Last Knight though, as the film did pull in a further $196.2 million from international markets, including a hefty $123.4 million from China. The international opening is actually up on Age of Extinction, which kicked off with $189.1 million on its way to $858.6 million internationally and a $1.104 billion total worldwide.

See Also: Mark Wahlberg doesn’t think Michael Bay will quit Transformers franchise, Transformers 6 not
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Mark Wahlberg doesn’t think Michael Bay will quit Transformers franchise, Transformers 6 not yet plotted out

Although Michael Bay has said on several occasions that Transformers: The Last Knight will mark his final outing in the Transformers franchise, this certainly isn’t the first time that Bay has suggested he was calling time on the series, and star Mark Wahlberg isn’t convinced that he won’t be back for the next instalment.

“It’s one of those things where Michael has built this entire universe right, and he will decide what he wants to do and how he wants to do it,” Wahlberg tells Comic Book. “Right now he says he doesn’t want to do another film and he says that after every film because they are so difficult to make and he pretty much has to do it single-handedly, even with all the help that he has because all of the movie is in his mind. So he’ll decide that and I
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Transformers: A reminder that Megan Fox auditioned for the movie by washing Michael Bay’s car while he filmed it

With the release of Transformers: The Last Knight [read our scathing reviews here and here], it’s worth remembering that director Michael Bay has a somewhat shady past of how he cast Megan Fox in the first movie back in 2007.

While researching for my latest article – Michael Bay is a disgusting, deplorable director – I recalled nugget of information from Jason Soloman during the press tour for 2009’s Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. In it, he reveals that Megan Fox auditioned for the movie by washing Bay’s car while he filmed it.

“She told me she went to director Michael Bay’s house to audition and he made her wash his Ferrari while he filmed her,” Soloman wrote. “She said she didn’t know what had happened to that footage. When I put it to Bay himself, he looked suitably abashed. ‘Er, I don’t know where it is either.'”

Fox ended up leaving the franchise following the second movie, and was very vocal about not wanting to work with Bay ever again comparing him to Hitler in one interview. During the promotional tour for Transformers: Dark Side of the Moon, co-star Shia LeBeouf told The La Times, “Megan developed this Spice Girl strength, this woman-empowerment stuff that made her feel awkward about her involvement with Michael, who some people think is a very lascivious filmmaker, the way he films women. Mike films women in a way that appeals to a 16-year-old sexuality. It’s summer. It’s Michael’s style. And I think she never got comfortable with it. This is is a girl who was taken from complete obscurity and placed in a sex-driven role in front of the whole world and told she was the sexiest woman in America. And she had a hard time accepting it. When Mike would ask her to do specific things, there was no time for fluffy talk. We’re on the run. And the one thing Mike lacks is tact.”

So, yeah, just remember that Michael Bay once auditioned an actor by asking them to wash his car while he filmed for a movie that is a commercial to sell toys to children.

The Last Knight shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise and redefines what it means to be a hero. Humans and Transformers are at war, Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth. Saving our world falls upon the shoulders of an unlikely alliance: Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg); Bumblebee; an English Lord (Sir Anthony Hopkins); and an Oxford Professor (Laura Haddock). There comes a moment in everyone’s life when we are called upon to make a difference. In Transformers: The Last Knight, the hunted will become heroes. Heroes will become villains. Only one world will survive; theirs, or ours.

Transformers: The Last Knight reunites Michael Bay with franchise veterans Mark Wahlberg, Josh Duhamel, Stanley Tucci, John Turturro, John Goodman and Peter Cullen, while 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), Santiago Cabrera (Merlin), Liam Garrigan (Once Upon a Time), Mitch Pileggi (The X-Files) and Anthony Hopkins (Thor: The Dark World). The film hits theaters on June 21st, 2017.
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Second Opinion – Transformers: The Last Knight (2017)

Transformers: The Last Knight, 2017.

Directed by Michael Bay.

Starring Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, Josh Duhamel, Laura Haddock, Isabela Moner, Peter Cullen, Ken Watanabe, John Goodman, Tony Hale, Santiago Cabrera, Frank Welker, Erik Aadahl, Jim Carter, Steve Buscemi, Omar Sy, Reno Wilson, Jerrod Carmichael, Stanley Tucci, Gemma Chan, John Dimaggio, Tom Kenny, Jess Harnell, and John Turturro.

Synopsis:

This movie has no plot.

“Move bitch, get out the way” – Sir Anthony Hopkins as an English historian during a high-speed vehicle chase in Transformers: The Last Knight.

If that right there doesn’t tell you just how unbearably awful the latest relentless onslaught of nonsensical epic scale action from director Michael Bay is, then:

“Move your fat ass” – Sir Anthony Hopkins in a rush trying to do something on a submarine (God only knows what anyone is trying to accomplish in this movie besides chasing after deus ex machina objects from thousands of years ago that can save worlds) talking to a citizen in Transformers: The Last Knight.

Need more evidence? Okay, how about the scene where Cade (Mark Wahlberg returning from the previous installment titled Age of Extinction) and Vivian (another highly educated British historian, played by Laura Haddock) are upstairs in Vivian’s bedroom looking for the super secret clue to an ancient staff that somehow can save the world. Nothing out of the ordinary there, but this is a Michael Bay film, which means that downstairs is a bunch of old women hearing noises and gleefully assuming the two are banging. One of them also accidentally inquires if Cade has a sex dungeon.

Somewhere between some of the least funny humor known to mankind is a story buried deep within multiple writers smashing together multiple forgettable characters and equally forgettable action sequences. Transformers: The Last Knight was doomed from the beginning when a Transformer gave a drunk Merlin magic powers and a dragon to help King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table defeat… an army. To be fair, it’s never clear who the hell is fighting who here; it’s just a cacophony of bulky hunks of metal colliding with each other and bullets being fired off from a distance in the background. Anyway, apparently every few thousand years a group of noble and honorable warriors get together to save humanity, which at this point should be taking extreme legal action to ensure that Michael Bay can never make another one of these movies again. I know he says this is the last one for real this time, but society can’t take any more chances.

At this point, I would like to include a tweet from Michael Bay:

Reports of #transformers The Last Knight being over 3hrs is wrong. It's shorter than the last 3 movies by a lot.

Michael Bay (@michaelbay) June 1, 2017

It’s Still 149 minutes and the longest movie I have seen so far this year out of 100 films. Taking a quick glance at upcoming releases tells me that this length won’t be usurped anytime soon. On another note, if Transformers: The Last Knight actually was over three hours I would have drunk myself into a stupor 20 minutes in. Actually, that’s what watching this movie is like. You hear some chatter from other screenings and critics that the movie is an incoherent mess, so you come into the movie challenged ready to prove the rest wrong and proclaim “I understand it, here’s what happened”!. Things are going decently for the first 30 minutes or so, and then things get rocky, and before you know it you literally have no idea what is going on, as if a movie could physically become shit-faced inebriated.

Even the action blatantly steals concepts from previous films, such as military skydiving sequences, because you know, 449 of those in Dark of the Moon wasn’t enough. The more I continue to write this review, the more I began to ask myself how in the blue hell could a movie with so much spectacle just… go on and on without viewers ever once feeling that something cool just happened. I will admit the ending battle featuring a snazzy wide-angle zero gravity segment was something different and refreshing for the franchise, but at over 2 hours in all investment is long gone. Look, Transformers: The Last Knight has impressive CGI and is pretty a look at; that’s a given. However, at some point, viewers have to begin to ask themselves when all the money in the world to create the best effects possible still isn’t enough to push something beyond garbage tier filmmaking. Transformers: The Last Knight isn’t simply a polished turd, it’s like if Hercules took a God-sized shit on Earth and sprayed it with Fabreze.

Even the robots themselves are still lame, racist caricatures uttering stereotypical slang. And if it’s not that, it’s fat jokes about Autobot Hound (John Goodman). As a backhanded compliment, I suppose there is less objectification of primary female characters, but one of the females is presented as 14, and does the movie really deserve a point for, you know, basic human decency? Probably not.

The best and most exciting part of Transformers: The Last Knight was when my food was delivered or the ‘silence your phone’ advert. It certainly wasn’t watching Cade joke around with the robots for 15 minutes in a junkyard, and telling a Dinobot to drop a car from his mouth as if it were a bone. What a disaster of a blockbuster, but at least this one doesn’t have a gargantuan Decepticon with massive robot testicles.

Flickering Myth Rating – Film: ★ / Movie: ★

Robert Kojder – Chief Film Critic of Flickering Myth. Check here for new reviews weekly, friend me on Facebook, follow my Twitter or Letterboxd, or email me at MetalGearSolid719@gmail.com
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Transformers: The Last Knight claims $5.5 million on opening night

Transformers: The Last Knight has got off to a solid start at the box office in its opening night.

Tuesday night previews for the fifth film in sci-fi series came in at a healthy $5.5 million from about 3000 screens across North America.

This figure matches that of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, which is a good comparison to make considering both knew to look overseas for the vast majority of their takings.

Which is what Transformers 5 will likely have to count on considering it is tracking for $70 million over its five day opening, a figure that is far lower than the $100 million roll out for Transformers: Age of Extinction.

The fourth instalment of the franchise was the lowest domestic earner in the series but thanks to a healthy taking from other markets it managed to cross the $1 billion threshold and become the second highest grossing Transformers film globally.

See Also: Read our Transformers: The Last Knight review here

The Last Knight shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise and redefines what it means to be a hero. Humans and Transformers are at war, Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth. Saving our world falls upon the shoulders of an unlikely alliance: Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg); Bumblebee; an English Lord (Sir Anthony Hopkins); and an Oxford Professor (Laura Haddock). There comes a moment in everyone’s life when we are called upon to make a difference. In Transformers: The Last Knight, the hunted will become heroes. Heroes will become villains. Only one world will survive; theirs, or ours.

Transformers: The Last Knight reunites Michael Bay with franchise veterans Mark Wahlberg, Josh Duhamel, Stanley Tucci, John Turturro, John Goodman and Peter Cullen, while 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), Santiago Cabrera (Merlin), Liam Garrigan (Once Upon a Time), Mitch Pileggi (The X-Files) and Anthony Hopkins (Thor: The Dark World). The film hits theaters on June 21st, 2017.
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Hot Rod clip from Transformers: The Last Knight

With Transformers: The Last Knight set to arrive in cinemas this Wednesday, Paramount Pictures has released a new clip from blockbuster action adventure which features Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, Laura Haddock alongside Transformers Bumblebee, Cogman, Hot Rod, and ‘Britain’s Loneliest Dog’ Freya; check it out here…

See Also: Michael Bay reiterates that he won’t be returning to direct Transformers 6

The Last Knight shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise and redefines what it means to be a hero. Humans and Transformers are at war, Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth. Saving our world falls upon the shoulders of an unlikely alliance: Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg); Bumblebee; an English Lord (Sir Anthony Hopkins); and an Oxford Professor (Laura Haddock). There comes a moment in everyone’s life when
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Michael Bay reiterates that he won’t be returning to direct Transformers 6

With Transformers: The Last Knight set to open this coming week, director Michael Bay has once again reiterated that he won’t be returning for the sixth instalment of the series, which has already been given a 2019 release date by Hasbro and Paramount Pictures.

“These movies that I’ve done, they are massive movies,” Bay told Fandango. “They take a lot out of you. I’ve done it enough, and I’ve had a great time doing it. I’m going out with a bang on this one, and I feel like you gotta go out while you’re ahead, you know. I think I’ve had a good run, and I’ve got a lot of other movies I want to do.”

Bay had previously said that he was finished with the franchise after the release of Transformers: Dark of the Moon and Transformers: Age of Extinction, having a
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All Hail Prime 1 Studio’s Transformers: The Last Knight Megatron statue

With Transformers: The Last Knight set to arrive in cinemas this Friday, Sideshow Collectibles and Prime 1 Studio’s has revealed the upcoming Megatron statue which is based on the likeness of the Decepticon leader in the fifth instalment of Michael Bay’s blockbuster franchise. Limited to 500 pieces, it is available to pre-order now, priced at $1,899.99 and is expected to ship September-November 2018; take a look at the official promotional images here…

See Also: Prime 1 Studio’s limited edition Optimus Prime statue from Transformers: The Last Knight

Sideshow and Prime 1 Studio are proud to present Megatron from Transformers: The Last Knight. Megatron, the revived leader of the Decepticons and one of the most feared, is returning in the upcoming Transformers Movie “The Last Knight”. In the absence of Optimus Prime, a war has commenced between the human race and the Transformers. The key to saving their world and the future lies buried
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