Bumblebee The Movie Blu-Ray Disc Release Date On April 2019 In Germany
Because of our very own pie123 we can report that Bumblebee The Movie Blu-Ray Disc is supposed to Release On April 2019 At Germany.
German website bluray-disc. P has listed a Blu-Ray launch plus also a Blu-Ray + DVD + UV Duplicate (this one as a US import). Both are scheduled for launch on April, 2019. You can read on to the specifications of this Blu-Ray:
Bumblebee: The Film Blu-ray
Original movie title: Bumblebee: The Film
Editor: Paramount Home Entertainment
Supply: Universal Pictures Home Entertainment
Actor: Abby Quinn , Gracie Dzienny , Hailee Steinfeld , Jason Drucker , John Cena , John Ortiz , Jorge Lendeborg Jr. , Kenneth Choi , Pamela Adlon , Rachel Crow , Ricardo Hoyos , Stephen Schneider
Director: Travis Knight
Production: USA / 2018
Category: Adventure , Action , Science Fiction
Packaging: HD Maintain Case
Age rating: unchecked
Languages: German Dolby Atmos 7.1
English Dolby TrueHD 7.1
Sound formats are currently unknown
Subtitle: German , English
Subtitles are currently unknown
Region: B, A, C
Disc capacity: BD-50 GB
Picture format (e): 1920x1080p (2.39: 1) @ 23.976 Hz picture ratio varies
Video codec: MPEG-4 / AVC
Publication: vs April 2019 (anticipated launch)
There¿s a summary of the film from the site. It’s possible to read it after the leap, but it may include spoilers to the upcoming picture. Do not forget to tell us your feelings in the 2005 Boards!
Bumblebee: The Film Will Be A Substantial Milestone For Volkswagen
Speaking at the Geneva Auto Show, Volkswagen R&D boss Frank Welsch stated that the classic German Volkswagen Beetle (a.k.a VW Bug) automobiles are about to stop production.
After this information went across the internet, the excitement for the approaching Bumblebee: The Film (alternatively called Transformers: Bumblebee) also went. Popular entertainment information site Nerdist even stated “Deciding the Bumblebee film is a period piece may be the most prescient call Paramount has made in years“.
The newest Transformers Live Action Movie will join other movies like the Herbie series as well as Footloose for prominently featuring a Volkswagen Beetle.
Transformers: Bumblebee is going to be the first Transformers film not to be led by Michael Bay. Instead, the film is helmed by BAFTA Award winner Travis Knight; the director of Laika Entertainment studio. Titular character individual companion Charlie Watson is going to be performed by Academy Award nominee Hailee Steinfeld, that will also produce songs for this film.
The new film will mark an end of an era for a adorable, iconic small car.
Bumblebee: The Film is now in post production using a projected launch date of December 21st, 2018.
TFW2005 Coverage Of Hasbro Investor Update At UBS Global Consumer And Retail Conference
Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner talked to the gathered press and investors in the UBS Global Consumer And Retail Conference earlier now to explain the corporation’s strategy in the coming years.
- Success of Hasbro’s Franchise Brands.
- Partnership with Paramount Pictures.
- Boulder Media Studio animation campaigns.
- Toys’R’Us situation.
- China’s Nezha along with the Transformers.
We’ve painstakingly transcripted each and every word, for one to examine and also leave a comment on the ribbon linked with the news post. Relevant slides will also be attached. Test it all out.
Paramount Pictures To Initiate A New Financial Strategy From 2019
Viacom CEO Bob Bakish talked to the gathered press and investors in Deutsche Bank’s 26th annual Media, Telecom & Business Services Conference to spell out Paramount Pictures‘ new fiscal plan which will go forward from 2019, among other things.
“Our new approach isn’t one-size-fits-all,” he explained. “So we do not want to take funding on any of the branded films as they are low-risk. … We had much rather have partners on higher-budget films.”
Hasbro, Skydance and a lot of other business serve as partners for Paramount Pictures in the coming years, leading more to their own individual job than they used to perform. So, when a Transformers film gets created, Hasbro will chip at more and will have more say in the final product (which can be a good or a bad thing based on how that you look at it). As corporations will say the budget of this movie may depend on Hasbro’s appetite for risk.
Paramount declared this new choice came as a direct result of their partnership with HuaHua Media decreasing through, in the end of last year. The Chinese company originally stayed to fund Transformers movies coming out from 2017, 2018 and 2019 and 25% of all Paramount Pictures movies produced from the previous years. Speaking of which, 2017 wasn’t a type year for Paramount. Virtually all their major movies obtained substantial losses and industry analysts are not pleased with their own 2018 functionality so far. Mr. Bakish is still hoping to reverse the wave from 2019 onward.
We wish them the very best.
Sources: Deadline, Hollywood Reporter along with Deutsche Bank
Transformers Bumblebee: The Junior Novel Listed On Amazon
Want to understand the story of Transformers: Bumblebee film, one month early? Well now possible. Amazon has listed the Junior Novelization for a November 20th launch.
The book will soon be published by Little, Brown Publications under license by Hasbro. Although the list is just for the Hardcover and Paperback Editions, we obtained advice that the book will also be available electronically for exactly the identical price.
But wait there is more! For the pre-school reader, exactly the identical publishing company will also produce a simplified variant with only 32 pages instead of this 144 paged Junior Book.
The Amazon list only finds a vague description to safeguard the plot for now “Bumblebee is back in this all-new action-packed junior publication!”
Previously, similar novels were published for Transformers (2007), Revenge Of The Fallen, along with Dark Of The Moon. Director Michael Bay stopped such books and tie-in comic novels; after an incident where Amazon inadvertently revealed the plot twist of DOTM, more than a month earlier than the launch of the film. Fans can be happy to see these returning. Nevertheless, be certain to be accountable and extend from spoiling the joy of the others who wish to learn the story through the film itself. Now you know, and knowing is half the battle (wait, wrong franchise).
Check out more details, after the jump.
Transformers: The Last Knight Wins Zero awards At The Golden Raspberry awards 2018
When there wasn’t any award a film would rather shed, it is the Golden Raspberry Awards (Razzies for short).
Despite the fact that Transformers: The Last Knightobtained nominations for the greatest number of Razzies during their 38th edition, the film didn’t “win” any one of them. As we predicted, we can thank The Emoji Movie to be the worst picture of 2017.
Speaking of which, in spite of the fact that Sony’s Emoji Movie was on this year’s set of nominations, rather a lot of media outlets decided to point out Transformers: The Last Knight among the list of nominees. A quick Google search would found that fact. Bit of a biased behaviour, however, being nominated ever since Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen came out, could have been a contributing element.
Besides being nominated for its Worst Picture, the film was nominated for Poisonous Performance by an outsider (Mark Wahlberg), Worst Supporting Actor (Josh Duhamel, Sir Anthony Hopkins), Worst Supporting Actress (Laura Haddock), Worst Sequel, Worst Director (Michael Bay), Worst Screen Combo (Any Combination of 2 Humans, Two Robots, or 2 Explosions) and The Worst Screenplay. We’re happy to announce that TLK didn’t managed to win any of it.
It’s possible to take a peek at the complete list of all “winners” to this year, following the jump.
Transformers Movie Producer Ian Bryce Moves Away From Paramount Pictures
Here’s a news which went below our radar because of our busy schedule during the Toy Fair 2018 weekend. It is sad to announce which Transformers Live Action Movie Series producer Ian Bryce has moved away from Paramount Pictures to locate a new residence in Netflix.
“In a move that signals the expanding feature movie ambitions of Netflix, the streaming agency has made a final look handle Ian Bryce, producer of significant scale films that have Saving Private Ryan, Almost Famous, War Machine, and also the Transformers franchise. Bryce and his Ian Bryce Productions will proceed from Paramount Pictures. The producer initially worked with Netflix about the David Michod-directed Brad Pitt-starrer War Machine, and the plan would be to build on that connection and also have Bryce be a heart supplier. On the movie side, this follows a current deal with War to the Planet of the Apes and another Batman director Matt Reeves along with his 6th & Idaho banner. Additionally, it follows the groundbreaking TV deal Netflix created with Ryan Murphy.”
Ian Bryce and his production company worked hand-in-hand with Paramount Pictures throughout all 5 Transformers movies. Throughout the production stages, Mr. Bryce acted as director Michael Bay‘s right hand guy.
This move has occurred concurrently using the statement of a new team that will shape the future of this Transformers movie franchise.
Transformers Franchise Job Opportunity At Paramount: Director Digital Retail Marketing
Paramount Home Media Distribution (PHMD); the home video distribution arm of Paramount Pictures is looking for a Director in Digital Marketing. This person will be responsible for driving strategic lifecycle initiatives for leading entertainment franchises such as Transformers, Star Trek, Mission Impossible, GI Joe and other high profile possessions.
PHMD organization is accountable for identifying and implementing the Retail Marketing strategies of Paramount New Release titles and Catalog campaigns across electronic and tv programs (EST, IVOD and Cable VOD). Not too long before, the company released their first AR/VR encounter titled Cade’s Junkyard comprising an augmented reality Bumblebee. This launch happened in-conjunction using Paramount’s home release of Transformers: The Last Knight.
You can have a look at the complete job description following the jump, and use to your position here.
New Hasbro Trademark: Allspark Characteristic
Hasbro has applied for a new brand new in the United States Patent and Trademark Office, says TF@TM and this new trademark isn’t only special for Transformers.
Titled as Allspark Distribution, the description lists “Entertainment services, namely, production and distribution of movies, tv show, online series, webisodes and electronic content; entertainment media production services for motion pictures, tv and online“. In short, it is a signature to get an entertainment content production and distribution company like Paramount Pictures.
This new name certainly popped up in a very curious time; contemplating the fact that Hasbro’s new 5-year agreement with Paramount says a greater control over the movies made based on Hasbro possessions.
Now, Hasbro is a completely enclosed entertainment powerhouse with the next list of subsidiaries. Start of a distribution company will only fortify all below:
- Hasbro Studios: TV growth, creation, and distribution.
- Allspark Pictures: Movie production.
- Allspark Animations: Animation production.
- Boulder Media Studio: Animation development.
- Backflip Studios: Mobile sport development.
The one thing missing from this film would be a music/record label.
Bleeding Cool caught up using Hasbro’s John Warden about the statement made within their Investor Preview Day.
When asked about the information of a Transformers movie show reboot, Mr. Warden just commented “Do not believe what you hear, but do not stress“.
While the information is somewhat reassuring to learn for the Live Action Movie show lovers, the Brand Manager didn’t elaborated about why Transformers 6 was removed by the Paramount-Hasbro slate and exactly what happened to the projected June 2019 launch date.
“Shocking that @bleedingcool made it wrong. Nice story with no attribution of the quotation or context. Nothing I have from the Transformers interview session comes close to the quote. #FryIsShocked”
Update two:Again, thanks to TFU.INFO, we finally have the precise quotation from John Warden/Ben Montano. We wrote down it word-to-word.
“Query: The current statement about the modifications for the movies, changes for toyline plans, cancellation of this series?
Answer: The things that Brian made concerning the release of the movie franchise following Bumblebee? For sure our team is working closely with Paramount and Machinima concerning another chapter along with the product lines associated with that. No choice is made individually from movie partners, thus we are a part of the conversation on what is next and when if we provide another thing. Our attention right now is to concentrate on Bumblebee [The Film]. I think the movie has arrived along great. We have seen a lot of footage, cuts, takes. Toyline seems fantastic. I think there’s a lot of directions we could take, post that. You will find toy concepts we’re working on. Nothing prevents us. You guys found downstairs, right? We have Cyberverse. That’s coming out. We’ve Studio Series, we have Bumblebee movie toyline, for Generations a new trilogy announced. Any shifts, we must handle this. Either pause or merely charge head-on. This is one where we’re going to collectively bare, sow for what is another best story is and then put a toyline round that. In no manner it frees us. “
There you have it folks, directly from Hasbro in Toy Fair 2018. Because of the above statement, the comment generated during Investor Preview Day 2018 along with the associated slide which excludes Transformers 6 from the roadmap makes a whole lot of sense.
You guys can talk about your own interpretation of this real statement made by Mr. Warden/Montano about the pause from the current film series, and sound off on our ongoing thread.