3A, who have made a goodly number of high-end figures based on the Transformers movie and have upcoming Generation 1 themed offerings, have teased on their Instagram that they will be offering figures based on Transformers the Last Knight and Transformers Age of Extinction. They’ve only shown the logo for The Last Knight, so there’s no telling what they have in mind – but our money would be on a high-end version of Megatron’s new look, and possibly Grimlock or Lockdown. Watch this space for more news as this one develops.
Keep up with all the different Transformers Movie toys & products, including those for Transformers 5 The Last Knight all the way back to Transformers 1.
Hasbro is looking for a Graphic Design Co-op (Intern) to work on Transformers Franchise and several other franchises from January 2017 to April 2017.
Jon description includes:
- To work on our Brand Design teams like NERF, Hasbro Gaming, Transformers, Marvel, Preschool, My Little Pony and many more.
- Assist Brand teams with applications of graphic design principles to the creation of branding assets using sophisticated design software (Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign and Acrobat). Prepare design files for both electronic and print use.
- Participate and contribute in brainstorm sessions and consistently apply on-trend design insight for graphic styling, fashion, lifestyle and competitive graphics.
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Snakas Blog is sharing with us an in-hand image of Transformers: The Last Knight Voyager Class Optimus Prime.
The revealed figure is the same as what we saw on the leaked Color Guide last week.
A comparison shot with the old AOE Armor Knight Optimus Prime clearly shows the improvements made on the mold.
We’ve mirrored the image with this news post. Check it out, after the jump.
A the end of another week, Transformers: The Last Knight has entered the final week of principal photography. But, the schedule may differ based on any additional scenes the crew wish to film.
As one door closes another will open. The subsequent months leading up to the release of the movie will treat us with trailers and toy leaks. First leak already came our way thanks to a Color Guide on Weibo.
Another TF5 Featurette was officially revealed last week. Titled as “The Rolling Room“, this making-of clip showed actor Mark Wahlberg performing a stunt with co-star Laura Haddock.
LeEco officially unveiled their new LeSEE Pro driverless car and announced its appearance on the new movie. Director Michael Bay was so impressed with it, he may even own one later.
Official images of the Aston Martin DB11 which was spotted during the London Filming was also released to the public last week. Sporting the number plate KS16WVD, this beautiful car is rumored to be a character titled “Cogman“. Whether this is the final name or a placeholder name is yet to be determined.
Finally we have Hasbro, Paramount and its team of Writers Room, speaking about their future plans for the franchise. The upcoming years will treat us with three consecutive years of Transformers content on the Big Screen and the proposed Hasbro Cinematic Universe.
As you can see, it was a very quite week compared to what happened before. We thank our members for their valuable contribution and looks forward to another cool week. Have a great weekend, folks.
TFcon Chicago 2016 has officially kicked off! Check out images from the show room of the 3A Transformers Movie Display Case Images.
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Via Alucard Lee on Weibo, we have our first look at our first toy for Transformers the Last Knight. The Last Knight’s Optimus Prime is on show in this leaked Hasbro design sheet, and is looking very movie accurate. We can see that this version of Optimus is still sporting the sword and shield, and the buzz is this is the new line’s Leader class release (though there is also a school of thought saying this might be a Voyager). Check out the image attached to this story and see what you think.
Toys R Us Japan have updated their listings for the Transformers Movie anniversary series with color images of the Grimlock and Strafe releases for the line. These two were previously shown as grey models even when we saw the rest in color – and we can now report that Grimlock will be sporting a movie accurate palette of greys and greenish greys. Strafe looks more or less as he did on the original release, with a healthy amount of blue. Check out the images of both toys attached to this post.
Prime 1 Studio have revealed their next entry in the Transformers Movieverse statues and it’s none other than Ratchet. Full pics detail this 26 inch tall statue with LED lights. He’s set to retail for around $1200 USD with a limited run of 750. Read on to check out details and 20 new images!
Hello and welcome to another TFW2005 coverage of Hasbro’s Earnings Conference Calls. This time we are covering Q3 2016.
Hasbro has performed well on segments where Transformers brand exist. During the Q&A Session, Brian Goldner stated that Transformers: Combiner Wars did well.
“Transformers Business in the quarter was up” stated Brian Goldner, CEO of Hasbro. “We are really seeing how the addition of Fan Oriented Content that started this season on Machinima combined with our Core Boys Entertainment combined with our Pre-School Boys Entertainment is really driving that brand and taking it to the next level. It’s set up really well for 2017 when we go into the first year of three anticipated movies over the next three years.” continued Mr. Goldner.
You can read more and take a look at the slides, after the jump.
Prime 1 Studios are teasing another addition to their Transformers movie statues line up on their Instagram. It seems Ratchet is not the only Autobot they have in the works, as they’re now teasing a Jazz statue, too. Jazz was the sleek, silvery Pontiac Autobot who debuted – and perished – in the first live-action Transformers movie alongside Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Ironhide and Ratchet, and from this tease we can infer that Prime 1 intends to have that entire 2007 Autobot lineup in their highly detailed line of high-end statues for the 10th anniversary of the movies. What we can see of the statue looks great – a near spot-on recreation of the ill-fated Autobot. Check out the image and decide for yourself.