Introduced in 1984, the Transformers brand took the world by storm with its compelling saga of the Autobots versus the Decepticons. The innovative "Robots in Disguise" resulted in a tremendously successful toy line from Hasbro and Takara, comic book series, television program and an animated feature film. More than 20 years later, a new generation has discovered the excitement of the Transformers brand and its legendary characters, including the two leaders of the opposing sides: Optimus Prime and Megatron. Today, the franchise features a popular toy line, an animated series on the Cartoon Network and a chart-topping comic book series from IDW Publishing.
Producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura doesn't believe the stars will align anytime soon, and is doubtful that we'll ever see the cinematic team-up of G.I. Joe and the Transformers.
Universal Studios Hollywood will unveil this new 3D attraction Friday, May 25, which features a new Transformers story.
Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner hopes to woo the director back for another sequel, even though Transformers: Dark of the Moon is said to be his last.
Michael Bay's hugely successful sequel comes home packed with special features.
Two theme parks sites are teaming with DreamWorks Pictures.
Planet Terror is No. 2 in sales. Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer is No. 2 in rentals.
The director sounds off on the format war, the Transformers DVD and Transformers 2.
HD-DVD sells 190,000 units in that same time frame.
Two of them worked on the original film and the upcoming Star Trek.
And brings back priceless information on the Transformers DVD and HD-DVD.
Could the film be released as soon as June 26th, 2009?
Get a glimpse at what Paramount has planned for this release.
Director also comments on the IMAX version of the original film.
The producer chimes in on the upcoming sequel.
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Hitting store shelves nationwide on October 16th.
Director was unhappy with Paramount and DreamWorks' decision to back HD-DVD.
See what happens when Sam Witwicky discovers that his car has a mind of its own.
Will be digitally remastered for the giant screen format.
Take a look at illustrations from Ben Procter.