30 years ago, every kid who was lucky enough to see Transformers: The Movie in theatres must have had something stuck in their eye when Optimus Prime died. But if the Autobots had had access to a 3D printer, maybe Optimus wouldn’t have...Show More Summary
30 years ago, every kid who was lucky enough to see Transformers: The Movie in theaters must have had something stuck in their eye when Optimus Prime died. But if the Autobots had had access to a 3D printer, maybe Optimus wouldn’t have...Show More Summary
A former Cybertron ruler returns in Optimus Prime's darkest hour.
Over the past few months, I think I've been so excited about IDW's upcoming Revolution event --- which, as you probably know by now, is the big reboot that combines Transformers, GI Joe, MASK, Micronauts, Action Man and Rom The Space...Show More Summary
Tokyo, Japan is the next location for the 2020 Olympic Games. During the closing ceremony the Japanese Prime Minister wanted to prep everyone for the event in Tokyo, and he did so by transforming into one of Japan's most iconic characters: Super Mario. Check out the crazy awesome video.
With the Rio Olympics drawing to a close, Tokyo is up next in 2020. And to mark the occasion, Mario made a surprise appearance at the closing ceremony tonight, warp-piping from Japan to Brazil and transforming into...Japanese Prime Miniter Shinzo Abe. Read more...
With Godzilla: Resurgence making drug cartel dollars at the Japanese box office (opened in Japan on July 29), it seems that Polygon Pictures (Transformers Prime series) is now doing an animated film adaptation of Godzilla and has been green-lit. Show More Summary
Pakistani prime minister's Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz said that Pakistan is ready to consider the transformation of its unilateral moratorium into the bilateral agreement with India on banning nuclear testing.
In the final act of Transfomers: Age of Extinction Optimus Prime wielded a powerful Cybertronian sword - which he'll be using again in Transformers: The Last Knight - and now it looks like Megatron will also be fighting with some new weaponry next year
Back in the autumn of 1986, when I was seven years old, I was addicted to Transformers. These were the original toy releases, Optimus Prime, Megatron, Starscream, Prowl, the Dinobots and so forth. As well as putting up with me playing...Show More Summary
Optimus Prime passed away on August 8, 1986. It was 30 full years ago today, when Transformers: The Movie debuted, that the heroic robot sacrificed his own life to defeat the evil Megatron. But an event that was tragic for Prime’s fellow Autobots turned out to be completely traumatic for me and god knows how many other kids. Read more...
Bah weep gragnah weep nini bong! On August 8, 1986, kids ran crying from movie theaters across America, shrieking in disbelief that Optimus Prime, leader of the Autobots, had been brutally murdered by Megatron. And on top of that traumatizing...Show More Summary
Did Michael Bay just reveal Optimus Prime's final fate?
In the newest Transformers series, “Transformers: Combiner War,” the beloved onetime Autobot leader Optimus Prime and evil Decepticon leader Megatron are gone, relics in a new age of peaceful co-existence between the long-battling sides of Transformers. For those who have not kept up with the...
Despite regular photo updates from Michael Bay, we still don’t know much about the plot for Transformers: The Last Knight. We do know that the next installment in the franchise features some new and returning faces — both human and bot — and…that’s about it. Show More Summary
Optimus Prime wields a huge sword and gets ready to battle robot dragons in a new poster for Transformers: The Last Knight.
The sword-wielding leader of the Autobots faces a new threat in the first poster for director Michael Bay's sequel.
Three-hundred-and-twelve years ago today Britain (with the aid of Dutch allies) seized Gibraltar from Spain, transforming it into a fortress and naval base. Today it's a prime tourist destination, famous for its indigenous monkeys and its 1,400-foot-tall landmark rock. Jane Pauley reports.
Paramount is set to clean up the box office once again next summer with Transformers: The Last Knight, which is currently knee-deep in production
Sigourney Weaver says Neill Blomkamp’s Alien film would provide closure for Ripley. Mark Hamill’s not done with the Joker. Doctor Who’s post-Moffat era gets a new executive producer. Plus, new details on Legends of Tomorrow’s season two premiere, and new footage from Star Trek Beyond. Spoilers Get! Read more...