Mark Wahlberg confirmed another JoBlo rumor during an online interview with his fans via Facebook.
The actor who plays Cade Yeager on Transformers: The Last Knight, stated that the fans will get to see cool new Dinobots titled as Mini-Dinobots.
Mr. Wahlberg also stated that in the movie he’s a “man on the run” (which would explain some of the scenes from set photos).
Check out the video on Facebook (at 2:15 mark).
All we need is VA confirmations and I'll be content as a cucumber.
Oh yeah , totally . And I sort of see most of the movie bots as insect like ….. ( sadly ) so I guess I just leave it at that really ….. I`d go crazy trying to explain every thing I see in film ….lol… so I just shut my mind down and enjoy as much as possible .
He sounds like a very useful decepticon Megatron would use.
Ra88, a member of our boards created a concept for that character if I'm not mistaken.
If that old plane we saw on set turns out to be lugnut, that would please much.
I see what your saying, and I my transformers days began every Saturday morning with G1 also ! the creators etc all building the transformers, the harvesting of Suns and transformium, the ties in ancient and recent history…..the way that part of it has been introduced I really like because it is almost a voyage of discovery through the films as we strive to understand more about the visitors from cybertron….we learn more about our own history….this is an awesome aspect of creating a new lore, and direction for the franchise. It's all great stuff just like sentinel in dotm, the plot was great and everything was done in a realistic style.
However the way megatron was shown to be a lacky, and how everyone was running to the fallen in his super secret lair, whilst sending his monsters to attack the earth was way too power rangers, all in an effort to save the 'elephant in the room-
grown transformers, in eggs no less!?? Wtf how did those eggs get laid? Is there a queen? Did a mommy and daddy bot get some on!? Did the fallen and megs have some of zee beeches back at base? Didn't understand the need for anyone this especially after we see what the all spark did to tech in tf07, the way the plot was delivered left most . The film could have been delivered so so so much better and tf07 like….
Anyway it's last knight time baby and I'm sure it's going to rock! But I would love going forward if the movies could at least address the mistakes from the past and at least try make them not so standout and have an actual place and point in the understanding of the transformers universe.
Either it's the time travel angle – variant timeline, or possibly Bay looked through " history" and found the reports of the Vrill Society and the rumors of a UFO crash in the Black Forest, Germany in 1937 prior to WW2, which could also led to the Nazi reported wonder weapon, Die Glokin, aka the Bell- rumored to be a time displacement platform, ie time travel.
You could go as far as to say I`m a gwunner because of my love for every thing G1 , but the past few years my mind has opened to the many story telling platforms that have emerged .
"Life will find a way." ~ Dr. Ian Malcolm
I'm intrigued as to what these "Mini-Dinobots" might be, and how they'd relate to the regular Dinobots. Would they be Dinobots who turn into life-sized dinosaur alt-modes? 'Cause if they were, I find that kinda funny for some reason.
The only thing I said about Lugnut that couldn't be taken directly from the RtS toy's box bio is that his punch of kill everything gimmick was abbreviated as P.O.K.E. – it goes unnamed but it is the Animated version's signature weapon, the same version this toy is clearly based on given his punches cause massive explosions.
Another reason why I chose Lugnut is because he's an Animated character who made a translation into the movie style. The only other character to do that is Lockdown, so it even preserves that aspect of the plot in a sense. And everybody loves Lugnut.
Errr I seriously hope NOT!! and the only kind of wicked sick would be an evil form of vomit in disgust…..in my view the hatchling thing was waaaay too van helsing and doesn't suit transformers at all. The all spark and matrix are the only two true viable options for life giving. Everything else's just far too power rangers for me, heck apart from the forest battle and the final battle everything involving the decepticons in rotf seemed power rangers to me…. Tf07 had its plot point be adult in nature and that's why it's still the most iconic of the movies…..the last knight and others that follow would be wise to follow the mould set by Stephen Spielberg there.
You know way much than I will ever do about the transformers lore.
I don't know anything about lugnut, but your take on the movie plot isn't too bad.
Personally I still like that the Dinobots are legendary knights; and the creators being an unknown powerful alien race.
Now what I never agreed on was humans overpowering cybertronians.
The mini dinobots, that have better be the raptors, and not dwarfed robots.
It's nice that they are confirmed, albeit not by Bay or Paramount.
Yeah them being more like the Marvel and IDW comics along with FOC with a barbarian knight twist makes a lot more sense here in the movies as opposed to the goofy versions from the G1 show. I'd love to hear Keith David voice Grimlock.
I wish we could judge this film's toyline by the first trilogy's. That would mean Deluxes, Voyagers and Leaders with some semblance of quality. Sadly, I think the next movie line will look like RID15's toyline, with almost nothing collector-friendly. Their use of Minicons, however, isn't that bad, for what that's worth. However, the main thing I was really commenting on was whether the film itself would use any of the gimmicks the toyline will inevitably contain.
Same here-and as much as I love the G1 iteration, I DO NOT want the movie ones to be talking like, "Me Grimlock not no Dino DoDo". If their voices are similar to the ones in the War for Cybertron game, that would be cool.
That would be wicked sick
Breeding? What if hatchlings are a thing again?