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Transformers: Rise of the Beasts - Everything You Need to Know


Transformers: The Ultimate Guide to the Sci-Fi Action Film Series




If you are a fan of science fiction, action, and giant robots, you have probably heard of Transformers, one of the most successful and popular film series of all time. Based on the 1980s toy line and animated series, Transformers has spawned seven live-action films so far, with more on the way. But what are Transformers exactly, and how did they become such a global phenomenon? In this article, we will give you an ultimate guide to the Transformers film series, covering everything from their origin and history, to their types and factions, to their development and production, to their success and popularity, to their order and timeline, to their streaming and buying options, to their fan community and merchandise. Whether you are a die-hard fan or a curious newcomer, this article will help you learn more about the amazing world of Transformers.




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What are Transformers?




Transformers are fictional alien robots that have the ability to transform into different forms, usually vehicles or animals. They come from a distant planet called Cybertron, where they have been engaged in a civil war for millions of years. The two main factions of Transformers are the heroic Autobots, who fight for peace and freedom, and the evil Decepticons, who seek to conquer and enslave. The Transformers have traveled across the galaxy in search of a new home, often encountering other races and planets, including Earth.


The origin and history of the Transformers franchise




The Transformers franchise began in 1984 as a toy line created by Hasbro, an American toy company, in collaboration with Takara Tomy, a Japanese toy company. The toy line consisted of rebranded and redesigned versions of Takara Tomy's Diaclone and Microman toys, which were originally sold in Japan. Hasbro also hired Marvel Comics to create a backstory and a name for the toy line, which resulted in the creation of the Transformers universe. The toy line was accompanied by an animated series produced by Sunbow Productions and Marvel Productions, which ran for four seasons from 1984 to 1987. The animated series was also adapted into a comic book series by Marvel Comics, which ran for 80 issues from 1984 to 1991. The first animated film based on the franchise was released in 1986, titled The Transformers: The Movie, which featured the voices of celebrities such as Orson Welles, Leonard Nimoy, Judd Nelson, Eric Idle, and Robert Stack.


The Transformers franchise continued to expand and evolve throughout the years, with new toy lines, animated series, comic books, video games, novels, and other media. Some of the most notable examples include Beast Wars, which introduced animal-based Transformers called Maximals and Predacons; Transformers: Armada, which introduced mini-Transformers called Mini-Cons; Transformers: Animated, which featured a stylized animation style and a new origin story; Transformers: Prime, which combined computer-generated animation with live-action elements; Transformers: Robots in Disguise, which followed a new team of Autobots led by Bumblebee; Transformers: Cyberverse, which explored the history and lore of Cybertron; Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy, which depicted the final days of the civil war on Cybertron First table: Outline of the article H1 Transformers: The Ultimate Guide to the Sci-Fi Action Film Series --- --- H2 What are Transformers? H3 The origin and history of the Transformers franchise H3 The main types and factions of Transformers H2 How did Transformers become a film series? H3 The development and production of the first five films by Michael Bay H3 The reboot and spin-off films by Travis Knight and Steven Caple Jr. H3 The upcoming films by Josh Cooley and others H2 What makes Transformers a successful and popular film series? H3 The action and spectacle of the Transformers battles H3 The characters and stories of the Transformers and their human allies H3 The themes and messages of the Transformers films H2 How can you watch and enjoy the Transformers film series? H3 The order and timeline of the Transformers films H3 The best ways to stream or buy the Transformers films H3 The fan community and merchandise of the Transformers films Second table: Article with HTML formatting Transformers: The Ultimate Guide to the Sci-Fi Action Film Series




If you are a fan of science fiction, action, and giant robots, you have probably heard of Transformers, one of the most successful and popular film series of all time. Based on the 1980s toy line and animated series, Transformers has spawned seven live-action films so far, with more on the way. But what are Transformers exactly, and how did they become such a global phenomenon? In this article, we will give you an ultimate guide to the Transformers film series, covering everything from their origin and history, to their types and factions, to their development and production, to their success and popularity, to their order and timeline, to their streaming and buying options, to their fan community and merchandise. Whether you are a die-hard fan or a curious newcomer, this article will help you learn more about the amazing world of Transformers.


What are Transformers?




Transformers are fictional alien robots that have the ability to transform into different forms, usually vehicles or animals. They come from a distant planet called Cybertron, where they have been engaged in a civil war for millions of years. The two main factions of Transformers are the heroic Autobots, who fight for peace and freedom, and the evil Decepticons, who seek to conquer and enslave. The Transformers have traveled across the galaxy in search of a new home, often encountering other races and planets, including Earth.


The origin and history of the Transformers franchise




The Transformers franchise began in 1984 as a toy line created by Hasbro, an American toy company, in collaboration with Takara Tomy, a Japanese toy company. The toy line consisted of rebranded and redesigned versions of Takara Tomy's Diaclone and Microman toys, which were originally sold in Japan. Hasbro also hired Marvel Comics to create a backstory and a name for the toy line, which resulted in the creation of the Transformers universe. The toy line was accompanied by an animated series produced by Sunbow Productions and Marvel Productions, which ran for four seasons from 1984 to 1987. The animated series was also adapted into a comic book series by Marvel Comics, which ran for 80 issues from 1984 to 1991. The first animated film based on the franchise was released in 1986, titled The Transformers: The Movie, which featured the voices of celebrities such as Orson Welles, Leonard Nimoy, Judd Nelson, Eric Idle, and Robert Stack.


The Transformers franchise continued to expand and evolve throughout the years, with new toy lines, animated series, comic books, video games, novels, and other media. Some of the most notable examples include Beast Wars, which introduced animal-based Transformers called Maximals and Predacons; Transformers: Armada, which introduced mini-Transformers called Mini-Cons; Transformers: Animated, which featured a stylized animation style and a new origin story; Transformers: Prime, which combined computer-generated animation with live-action elements; Transformers: Robots in Disguise, which followed a new team of Autobots led by Bumblebee; Transformers: Cyberverse, which explored the history and lore of Cybertron; Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy, which depicted the final days of the civil war on Cybertron. Charlie's mother; and Stephen Schneider as Ron, Charlie's stepfather. The film also featured the voices of Dylan O'Brien as Bumblebee, Peter Cullen as Optimus Prime, Angela Bassett as Shatter, Justin Theroux as Dropkick, and David Sobolov as Blitzwing. Bumblebee was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $468 million worldwide and receiving positive reviews from critics and audiences. The film was praised for its nostalgic tone, heartfelt story, charming characters, faithful homage to the original source material, and balanced action and humor. The film was also seen as a refreshing change from the Bayverse films, as it had a smaller scale, a simpler plot, a more coherent narrative, a more respectful treatment of the Transformers, and a more diverse and inclusive representation of the human characters. The film was also considered to be a soft reboot of the Transformers film series, as it had some continuity changes and retcons from the Bayverse films, such as the design and appearance of the Transformers, the date and location of their arrival on Earth, and the involvement of Sector 7 and the Witwiccans. In 2021, another spin-off film titled Transformers: Rise of the Beasts was announced, directed by Steven Caple Jr. and produced by Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Don Murphy. The film is set to be released in 2022, and will be a sequel to Bumblebee, set in 1994 and featuring new types of Transformers called Beast Wars, who transform into animals or mythical creatures. The film will star Anthony Ramos as Noah, a former military electronics engineer; Dominique Fishback as Elena, an artifact researcher; Luna Lauren Velez as Noah's mother; and Peter Cullen as Optimus Prime. The film will also feature the voices of Ron Perlman as Optimus Primal, a gorilla-like leader of the Maximals; Rhys Ifans as Scourge, a dragon-like leader of the Terrorcons; and Gary Chalk as Megatron, a tyrannosaurus rex-like leader of the Predacons. The upcomin


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