More updates on the long-in-the-works Conan sequel. John Ridley’s top-secret Marvel project is still happening (eventually). Scott Gimple teases the possibility of another fallen character appearing in The Walking Dead’s future. Plus tons of new looks at Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, iZombie, and more. Behold,…
Did you see this year’s Kubo and the Two Strings? How about the other films made by stop-motion animation company Laika, like Coraline, Paranorman, and Boxtrolls? Did you like them? If the answers are “yes,” get excited. The head of that company, Travis Knight, is making a Transformers movie.
The first trailer for Transformers: The Last Knight drops Monday evening and though it’s definitely the fifth film in the popular franchise, it’s more of a beginning than an end. After the fourth film, Paramount hired a team of writers to develop ideas for future films and while on the set of the film in August,…
Paramount, like every other studio in existence, wants more than franchises. It wants universes, which allow them to make stories with a popular name attached but that don’t need to be tied to continuity and stars. Paramount’s betting on Transformers.
This bee looks so shocked to be in this predicament. “How could I not see this pole?” it asks. “This was a huge mistake.”
Transformers: The Last Knight just kicked off production, and the social media promotion has already been in full swing. Michael Bay just took to Twitter to show off the latest incarnation of Bumblebee.
If you’re looking for a difficult challenge in life, try building a perpetual motion machine. But if you want an impossible challenge, try assembling one of these intricate laser-cut metal puzzles that are now available in Optimus Prime, Megatron, and Bumblebee versions.
An untested leader, a gung-ho cadet, a rebellious youth and a hulking brute stranded on Earth with a hundred or so of the galaxy's toughest Decepticons. I haven't been this excited about a new Transformers animated series since Beast Wars.
Sure, they may be made out of of re-purposed bits of scrap metal, but I'm willing to say this Optimus Prime looks way cooler than what we got in Michael Bay's Transformers films.
They're not quite as detailed as that magnificent Halo Master Chief motorcycle helmet from last week, but these equally beautiful hand-painted helmets from Air Graffix also won't require you to mortgage your home to afford one. They range in price from $500 to $800 depending on the amount of detail required to…
Say what you will about Michael Bay's Transformers movies, in the hands of the talented sculptors at 3A Toys, the re-imagined robots make for some truly impressive action figures. And when the figures look this great in robot form, who would possibly be disappointed that they don't actually transform?
Ralph (Mad physicist) S. has shared yet another amazing build in his line of The Cars are the Stars. Building a working Transformer model is a pretty difficult task in itself, but normally the outcome is either a shoddy vehicle or a shoddy robot. Instead, The Mad physicist has made a wonderful example of both in…
Brothers Brick contributor Ralph Savelsberg built this pretty cool model of a Camaro - but wait until you see what makes it so amazing.
This surprising video shows a bumblebee struggling, trapped on a spider web as the spider approaches to finish the job. All of the sudden, out of nowhere, a second bumblebee appears in the frame, stinging the spider. Deliberate rescue attempt, coincidence, or a viral video for A Bug's Life 2?
Here's a street performer who really commits to his role as a Transformer. He delights children by going from Bumblebee's robot form into a car that rolls around the sidewalk.
That black car is Mr. Vengeance's 1967 Camaro. It took seven years to build, with all of the blood, sweat, and tears you'd imagine. It's famous around the web. It also looks exactly like the "new" Bumblebee from Transformers 4.
Part of our problem with 3D anything is that the glasses make you look kind of silly. Even in the dark. Which is why I almost love these Transformer 3D glasses—if you're gonna look dorky, own it.
Hasbro's flagship Transformer this year is a giant bi-polar Bumblebee, with two modes—Battle and Guardian—that have different personalities. Fair enough. But can somebody explain the samurai Transformer that turns into a tank?
Wanting more Transformers action after Michael Bay's explosive second helping of cinematic heavy metal? IDW's new series Transformers: Tales Of The Fallen is just what you're looking for, and we've got an exclusive preview. Click through for more.
We're a bunch of dorks. You're a bunch of dorks. So screw it. Let's stop trying to constantly impress girls and just pick up some Bumblebee voice-changing masks already.