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    Default Re: Transformers Universe: Bumblebee & Transformers One

    Collider 07/31/2017: ‘Bumblebee’ Spin-off to Open Same Day As ‘Aquaman’
    ‘Bumblebee’, is set for release on December 21, 2018.


    Hasbro confirms new Transformers animated movie and TV series
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    During its annual Media & Investor Day, Hasbro has confirmed that an animated Transformers feature film is in development for theatrical release, as well as a new animated series to follow Transformers: Robots In Disguise.


    The theatrical film, the first since 1986’s The Transformers: The Movie, will reportedly explore the origin myth of the Transformers and will take place within the continuity of the live-action movie series. Hasbro also intends on releasing a theatrical animated movie each year, based on properties including Transformers, My Little Pony and Stretch Armstrong.


    According to TFW2005, the new animated series will be titled Transformers: Cyberverse, and is a “redux” of Transformers G1, with a first season arriving in 2018 followed by a second in 2019.


    Next up from the Transformers movie franchise is Transformers Universe: Bumblebee, which is set for release on December 21st 2018.

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    Deadline November 3, 2017:
    Paramount And Hasbro Seal New Deal For Production & Distribution
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    Paramount Pictures and Hasbro, Inc. will team to produce and distribute content based on Hasbro brands, as well as original stories. The pact was announced today.


    The two companies will collaborate on live action and animated films, with Hasbro’s Allspark Pictures and Allspark Animation playing an active role alongside Paramount Pictures in development and production.


    The new deal expands upon the existing relationship between the two companies that’s resulted in five Transformers movies, two G.I. Joe films, and the first Transformers spinoff, Bumblebee, set for a December 2018 release.


    “Paramount has been a valuable partner of Hasbro’s for more than a decade, and we’re looking forward to taking our relationship to the next level,” said Brian Goldner, Chairman and CEO, Hasbro. “Storytelling, in its many forms, is revolutionizing our business and differentiating Hasbro in all sectors where we operate. We look forward to collaborating with the talented team at Paramount to create powerful new stories for kids, fans and families globally.”


    Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Paramount and Hasbro will partner on financing projects at varying levels of investment, and Paramount will distribute the projects produced during the pact’s five year term worldwide. Paramount and Hasbro will also collaborate on television programming.


    “Hasbro has an enormous array of exceptional brands, so this expansion of our relationship is incredibly exciting,” said Paramount Pictures Chairman and CEO, Jim Gianopulos. “We look forward to working with Brian Goldner and Stephen Davis and the Hasbro and Allspark teams to create extraordinary film properties for all audiences.”


    Hasbro recently hired Greg Mooradian as president of Allspark Pictures, with responsibility for live action film and television. Allspark Animation, the company’s label for animated film and television content, is led by Hasbro’s Meghan McCarthy. Hasbro acquired Boulder Media in 2016, a leading
    animation studio based in Dublin, Ireland, to produce its television and film animation.


    Hasbro Studios, its distribution arm which the company founded in 2009, distributes TV and digital content to more than 190 territories globally. The entertainment division reports to Hasbro’s Chief Content Officer, Stephen Davis.

    Varitey 11/03/17:
    Paramount, Hasbro Sign Five-Year Distribution, Production Pact
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    The move comes as newly minted Paramount Chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos is looking to rejuvenate the studio after a bruising period at the box office. Gianopulos replaced Brad Grey as studio chief last spring. In recent years, the studio has suffered a string of commercial disappointments, with the latest “Transformers” film, “The Last Knight,” underperforming at the box office. Other recent movies such as “Baywatch” and last weekend’s “Suburbicon” failed to resonate with audiences. Gianopulos has made several notable moves since taking the reins, extending a partnership with key financial partner Skydance Media and convincing “The Fast and the Furious” producer Neal Moritz to come to the Paramount lot.

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    /film Monday, January 22nd, 2018:
    The Hasbro Cinematic Universe is Getting Smaller
    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Evangelista
    The Hasbro Cinematic Universe, which is a real thing, is taking a step or two backwards. After a big recent announcement setting dates for a whole slew of Hasbro-related films, two properties – M.A.S.K. and ROM: The Space Knight – have been officially omitted from the line-up. But don’t worry: the Transformers franchise will remain unaffected. Thank heavens. I know you were all very concerned about that.




    Back in the late 1800s, when the Lumière brothers were inventing the first motion-picture camera and projector, they could’ve only dreamed that one day there would be a Hasbro Cinematic Universe. Yet here we are, in the golden age of cinema, where an entire movie universe is being planned around toys. The Hasbro Cinematic Universe has been in development for a while now. Some big names were added to help write scripts, including Brian K. Vaughan and Michael Chabon, and recently a whole slew of release dates were set for films like G.I. Joe, Dungeons and Dragons and more. It seemed like the Hasbro Cinematic Universe was plowing full speed ahead, but now, the universe is taking a step back


    Speaking with IGN, filmmakers John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein revealed that a lot has changed since the first Hasbro Cinematic Universe writers room was assembled. For instance: M.A.S.K. and ROM: The Space Knight, two titles originally thought to be included in the eventual universe, are no longer happening:
    “Those are probably not likely to see the light of day, unless they’re moving on separate from us,” said Goldstein. “It’s a funny thing. We spent three weeks in a room with a lot of talented writers. We broke 11 or so movies and, I don’t know. It just kind of went into the vortex. There’s been some leadership changes at Paramount, so it’s hard to say. Nobody’s contacted us about those.”
    I have no idea what either of these things are, so I’m just going to turn to my old friend Wikipedia for advice. Per Wikipedia, M.A.S.K. “revolved around the fight between an underground task force called M.A.S.K. (Mobile Armored Strike Kommand) and a criminal organization called V.E.N.O.M. (Vicious Evil Network of Mayhem),” and ROM: The Space Knight was a toy series that eventually became part of the Marvel comics universe.


    While this new may signal a change for the Hasbro Cinematic Universe, the never-ending Transformers series will not be affected, so all those Cogman fans out there can breathe a sigh of relief. Bumblebee: The Movie is still set for its December 2018 release date and Transformers 6 (god help us all) is still expected to smash into theaters next summer.

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