The Transformers franchise returns to the big screen with a return to the '90s. Paramount has announced the title of the seventh film in the franchise. Fans of the computer-animated Beast Wars series will finally be able to see some of their favorite robots joining the battle in Transformers: Rise of the Beasts. But the film won't be a direct adaptation of the show. Because this prequel will change the time and place when the Maximals, Predacons and Terrorcons made their presence felt on earth.
A title card with the Transformers logo on it on a black background
Paramount shared the title of its next big budget blockbuster for sensory robots during a virtual production kickoff event. The title of the film will have 90s kids ready to premiere. The film is based on the animated series Beast Wars: Transformers. It ran from 1996 to 1999 over three seasons and 52 episodes. The show took place in the "future" on a dangerous planet. It played the descendants of the Autobots and Decepitcons who fought for the future of their two factions. In reality, they were waging war on a prehistoric earth. Where in particular no people existed.
But the film won't exactly follow that timeline or setting. Even if all of the main groups on the show are involved, the film will also play human characters. This is the official logline of the movie from Paramount:
"In Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, we return to the action and spectacle that first captured moviegoers around the world 14 years ago with the original Transformers on Earth between Autobots and Decepticons."
Directed by Steven Caple Jr. (Creed II). The leading roles are played by Anthony Ramos (Hamilton, In The Heights) and Dominique Fishback (Judas and the Black Messiah, The Deuce). Although production has only just begun, the war in theaters will continue on June 24, 2022.
This makes it the only date in the film that we are 100% convinced of.
Next TRANSFORMERS Movie Will Be RISE OF THE BASTS first appeared on Nerdist.

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