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Discussion in 'Transformers: The Last Knight & Sequels' started by Logan0327, May 16, 2016.
Officially Titled Transformers:The Last Knight
So...not that they were standouts or anything but his daughter and her boyfriend aren't coming back?
Last Knight..she said...
OK, so that means either the Knights of Cybertron or it's in reference to the Knight's Tenomos ship that Lockdown had. Also from his eyes, that dark energon residue?
Is it me or is this franchise borrowing titles from other works and just changing or removing a word?
Revenge of the Fallen / Revenge of the Sith
Dark Side of the Moon / The Dark Side of the Moon
Age of Extinction / Age of Ultron
The Last Knight / The Dark Knight
I'm hoping that writer's room experiment last year results in a marginally shorter and coherent film this time around.
I just wish Bay would've stepped out a film earlier. It needs personality and a true fan who loves the source material.
Josh Duhamal is back as Lt Col Lennox
Cool, I thought he was good in the all American hero role in the other films.
Now they have to explain where the **** he was last time. I guess everybody had to disavow the Autobots after the fiascos.
That may literally be all it is that explains his non-appearance. He would have been put under heavy surveillance and probably had his daughter's safety threatened in some way to keep him in line
His character has a name?
Yes, it's not just white square jawed army dude.
Hmmm...IGN is wondering if ROM is gonna show up.
Rom, spaceknight. It would be the beginning of Hasbro's extended universe that they were talking about trying to incorporate. I guess that's IGN's assumption as to why the subtitle is called "The Last Knight" is due to Rom's inclusion. I hope they're just grasping at straws. I hate the idea that every single film is an attempt to set up a multi universe franchise.
They really need to figure out a week to make the third act fresh and feel creative, and not repeating the same crap from the last four films (blowing up cities).
I hadn't really seen JD in much other than Transformers and thought he was just there to play the good looking army guy, but having watched 11.22.63 lately, he was actually pretty good in it playing a very menacing and sadistic bastard of a man.
Agreed. There's only so many times an audience can endure the ......... "this is it!! The end of the world is nigh!!!! Armageddon!!! Apocalypse!!!" ......... before the tension wears off and you lose all expectation of anything bad actually happening.
So, the villain is apparently just Megatron again, back to the original name, but with a different look.
Good to see that Bay is really thinking outside the box this time around.
Can Megatron not suck this time?
And, you know, it doesn't even *have* to be Unicron. But for goodness sakes, if you're adamant on having Megatron in the film, keep him as Galvatron and make him supporting villain at most. But even then, he's in the same position that he was in for 2, 3, and 4.
It doesn't make sense to me if the villain is Megatron. I thought KSI Lab reformatted him into Galvatron? At the end of AOE, he survived. Unless the movie plans to explain something happens to him after that.
Honestly, I prefer they keep him as Galvatron, so that they can start introducing Cyclonus and Scourge. Those guys are prominent loyal soldiers to him. Anything else would be icing on the cake.