“Transformers: Rise of the Beasts” exposed the new Bumblebee vehicle, this time its appearance is not cute, change to the rough route.
“Transformers: Rise of the Beasts” is still being shot in Peru, and the latest wave of heavyweight shooting scene photos has been exposed.
The assembly of the two major camps in the film-“Autobots” and the villain “Terrorcons”, may be the final battle scene in the film, or at least it should be an important meeting between the two major camps.
Among them, we finally saw the new vehicle form of the Hornet.
Unlike the previous cute and handsome lines, this time the Hornet took a rough route.
Especially compared with the classic beetle in “Bumblebee”, the new vehicle form of Bumblebee has changed quite a lot.
In addition, it is worth mentioning that the vehicle form of the Hornet has not appeared on the set so far, but the newly-launched character Mirage has a lot of set shots.
So Mirage is expected to surpass the Hornet to become the new “male second”.
Secondly, the vehicle shapes of the leaders of the two camps, Optimus Prime and “Scourge”, are more clearly displayed.
Especially Scourge, the boss of Terrorcons, has a Terrorcons logo on the front of the car.
And on the front grille of Scourge’s front, there are various camp signs, and it can be vaguely seen that there are signs of Autobots and Decepticons.
This has been introduced in the previously exposed Scourge’s role positioning. Scourge is a bounty hunter who specializes in hunting other Transformers characters.
After a successful hunt, the logo on the prey will be removed and hung on itself.
Judging from these dense signs, Scourge is an old hunter.
In addition to Scourge, Terrorcons also has two characters on stage, one is “Nightbird”.
In the animation, she is an artificial female robot character, and there are no small changes to her settings.
The previously exposed role position said that she is Scourge’s subordinate, but her position is changeable, so the film may abandon the dark and cast the light.
In addition, it was mentioned that her robot form partly retains her ninja shape. Here is the vehicle form-GTR R33.
In addition, there is a trailer in Terrorcons (with the Terrorcons logo on the side), and the name of the character is still unclear.
According to previous revelations, this time there will be at least five Transformers camps in “Transformers 7”.
Autobots, Decepticons, Predacon, Maximals, and Terrorcons.
The official LOGO was exposed not long ago, which is a combination of the Autobots logo and the Maximals logo.
Combined with the subtitle of the film “Rise of the Beasts”.
There is no doubt that Autobots and Maximals are the protagonists of this seventh Transformers live-action film.
Although Decepticons and Predacon are also confirmed to appear.
But so far, there has been almost no information about related vehicles or other related characters in the set photos.
So, Decepticons and Predacon may have relatively few roles.
The main contradiction of the film is Terrorcons, the contradiction between Autobots and Maximals, which is somewhat similar to the setting of “Transformers 4”.
In fact, there are many similarities between “Transformers 7” and “Transformers 4”.
Structurally, the villain is the Space Hunter (Lockdown, Scourge), introducing a new camp (Dinobot, Beast King Kong).
In terms of roles, the Optimus Prime and Bumblebee image vehicles have been greatly updated, the human protagonist is replaced with a new one, and the male protagonist is positioned as a down-and-out mechanical inventor.
Although “Transformers 7” is positioned as “Transformers 6”, which is the direct sequel of “Bumblebee”.
But whether it will be completely separated from the previous Michael Bay five-parts, the official has not yet confirmed.
Many times it is vague, and recently Michael Bay himself went to Peru to participate in the filming work (or maybe just a class).
Therefore, Michael Bay has not been completely eliminated from the Transformers series. After all, he is the director who made the “Transformers” series the most profitable series in Hollywood.
Although he ruined this series with his own hands.
But the official obviously also wants to absorb the elements of Michael Bay’s various successes, discard the criticized elements (such as terrible stories), and rebuild this series into an ace movie universe that has not lost its reputation and box office.
But what about it?
At least everyone believes that Steven Caple Jr., the director of “Creed 2”, is better at telling stories than Michael Bay.
“Transformers: Rise of the Beasts” is currently scheduled to be released on June 24, 2022, but it is said that it may be postponed to December next year.