This coming weekend, 1986’s The Transformers: The Movie will celebrate its 35th anniversary and you can watch the entire movie here in the latest Everything Action Theater.
The Autobots and Decepticons arrive on Earth and encounter their animal-based counterparts in the Maximals and Predacons as the final battle for the All Spark and the fate of Cybertron begins with Transformers: War for Cybertron: Kingdom on Netflix.
While the original Transformers animated movie looked to folks like Stan Bush and Weird Al, the series started by Michael Bay in 2007 featured the likes of Linkin Park, Paramore, The Goo Goo Dolls, Imagine Dragons, Hatebreed, and, most recently, Hailee Steinfeld.
Transformers is bringing Beast Wars to the big screen in the next movie in the franchise, Space Jam: A New Legacy is getting a video game tie-in, Dolph Lundgren and Frank Grillo are teaming up for a new World War II action movie, Disney is developing a new Tower of Terror movie, AMC is making an Interview With The Vampire series and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Paramount shifts around a number of theatrical release dates, a ridiculously expensive Optimus Prime is coming from Hasbro, Sony and Netflix sign a massive exclusivity deal, Ancient Aliens is getting a movie adaptation, rapper DMX dies, and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
Two legendary characters actors passed away, Netflix getting a live-action and anime series based on Keanu Reeve’s comic BRZRKR, Black Widow and Cruella are getting “Premiere Access” releases on Disney+, Pierce Brosnan completes the Justice Society as Dr. Fate for Black Adam, Jamie Foxx will play Mike Tyson in a new limited series and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week on the first Everything Actioncast recorded in 2021, Zach and Chris preview what will hopefully be coming later this year in Movies and TV and talk about Wonder Woman 1984, Sweet Home, the Raimi Spider-Man trilogy, Cobra Kai, Transformers: War for Cybertron and More.
Wonder Woman 1984 will arrive day and date on Christmas Day in both theaters and HBO Max, Stallone joins The Suicide Squad, The Last of Us officially coming to HBO, a new Predator movie is in development, Deadpool 3 is moving ahead under Disney/20th Century Studios and more in this week’s News Shotgun.