As we well know, Optimus Prime and Bumblebee will be back in a future installment of the multi-million dollar Paramount franchise. On the other hand, many more characters will debut in the titled Transformers: Awakening of the Beasts and among them are the powerful Terrorcons. The director of the tape, Steven Caple Jr. (Creed 2) shared this week on Instagram a first look at the vehicles that, in fiction, represent those entities from the planet Cybertron.
In November 2020, Caple Jr. took over the directorial chair of an enigmatic film. Transformers of which exciting details would be revealed months later. Through a virtual Paramount event – in June 2021 – producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura confirmed that the film in question would serve as a sequel to the hit Bumblebee (2018). But in addition, it was said that it will return to characters from the animated series Beast wars (1996-1999), where there are two factions of Transformers, which are the Maximals, descendants of the Autobots, and the Predacons, descendants of the Decepticons.
In this way, Transformers: Awakening of the Beasts will bring together all those robotic “species”, with the complement of the Terrorcons. These are another variant that in the film will have as leader Scourge, a ruthless hunter who transforms into a dark tow truck. Will accompany you Nightbird, whose transformation is into a Nissan Skyline sports car.
Regarding the Maximals and Predacons, let’s remember that they have the peculiarity of becoming animals, instead of cars. Airazor, Rhinox and Optimus Primal (voiced by Ron Perlman) are some of the characters in the series. Beast wars that will take center stage in the new movie Transformers.
‘The Predacons in our movie are more reptilian in nature. We’ve seen some in other Transformers movies, but [en esta nueva cinta] we can see another aspect of them, “said Steven Caple Jr. at the Paramount event (via) “It’s about building a background for these characters, and we’ll see it more on the Predacons and Terrorcons side.”
For his part, Lorenzo di Bonaventura confessed that “we had exhausted” the constant rivalry between the Autobots and Decepticons. Consequently, it was important to revitalize the franchise with novel heroes and villains. But fear not, for clearly the “vehicles” we all know and love will be back. The following photograph of the director provides sufficient evidence.
Transformers: Awakening of the Beasts is currently in filming. Its cast live-action they head it Anthony Ramos (In the neighborhood) and Dominique fishback (Judas and the Black Messiah). The premiere is scheduled for June 24, 2022.
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