Transformers fans who've always wanted the 1992 Peterbilt 379 Optimus Prime stunt truck rejoice! This vehicle can now be yours if the price is right, at Barrett Jackson's next auction. An entire team of artists and illustrators worked tirelessly to come up with just the right look for each robot/vehicle. When the film's production designer showed Michael Bay a photo of the enormous Peterbilt tractor, he was immediately taken by the lines and size of the truck, even through he know he would face intense criticism for his choice Continue reading for a few more videos of this truck. Click here to view more images of the truck.
Transformers and muscle car fans rejoice! The original 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS featured in Transformers 4: Age of Extinction is being auctioned of by Barrett Jackson later this month. For those who don't remember, the vehicle plays Bumblebee before it's replaced by a futuristic Camaro SS concept. Where has it been since filming? In the garage of none other than director Michael Bay. Notable modifications include: a widebody kit w/flared wheel arches, a large front splitter, larger wheels, matte yellow accents, Transformers badges and a bootlid lip spoiler. Continue reading for the full Bumblebee and Hound vs. Vehicons scene from Transformers 4: Age of Extinction, along with more pictures of the vehicle. Click here to view bonus images of a massive Optimus Prime robot made entirely from scrap metal.
At first, it seems like a normal Boeing 777 landing at Frankfurt Airport in Germany, but a few seconds in, and it becomes a scene straight from a Transformers movie. That's right, viewers are greeted with beautiful CGI of the plane turning into a robot as it comes in for a landing. YouTube user Michael Schmidt uploaded the video on December 2, and it's currently sitting at over 2.7-million views. Click here to view some ultra luxurious first class cabins in various Boeing 777 planes used by airlines.
There are boats, and then the Kormaran, a real-life transformer. It can be configured 6 different ways, including: monohull, catamaran, trimaran and a high-riding, fuel-efficient hydrofoil. That's not all, the deck can be flipped open for sunbathing when at rest, or used as a light in "night mode". The vessel is primarily constructed from carbon fiber to help keep its weight at 3,300-pounds. It's powered by 3 water jet drives and a 500-horsepower engine, with a top speed of 44 mph. Continue reading for a video showing it transforming.
Just when you thought you've seen it all, the Fab Fours' Legend, a custom Jeep that looks like something from a Transformers movie, shows up. The first thing that caught your eye was probably its 50-inch Alliance off-road tractor tires, and to make room for these tires, the tuners installed Dynatrac Pro-Rock 80 axles and custom bespoke steel fender flares. Continue reading for a video and more information.
The Transformers franchise is a massive success in China, so much so that Yu Zhilin, a farmer by trade, with a background in fine arts, decided to start creating life-sized robots using spare car parts in his free time. Fast forward three years and he's finished his first scrap sculpture with his son Lu Yingyun in tow, and things only got bigger from there. His latest project consisted of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee, assembled in their makeshift home workshop. Continue reading to see more build pictures and for additional information.
Anchalee Saengtai, a skilled Thailand-based artist, is known fo her amazing series of Transformers sculptures made entirely from scrap metal (car parts mostly). Anchalee and her family have been building custom, made-to-order scrap metal sculptures ranging from handheld to over 6 meters tall (20 ft) for over 10-years now. Continue reading to see Bumblebee, Megatron and more.
Transformers: Age of Extinction may be Michael Bay's fourth and final installment of the Hasbro-based sci-fi franchise, rebooting the series for a new director to take over. It stars Mark Wahlberg (Lone Survivor), Nicola Peltz (Bates Motel) and Jack Reynor (Delivery Man), Stanley Tucci (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire) and Kelsey Grammer (The Expendables 3). We also get a first look at the fan-favorite Dinobots. Continue reading for the trailer and more information.
Yes, it's true, the Dinobots have been confirmed to appear in Transformers: Age of Extinction by both producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura and this new trailer, first shown during the Super Bowl yesterday. This is the first film in the series to not include Shia LaBeouf and also the first to feature an entirely new cast. Returning Transformers include Optimus Prime and Bumblebee. It's set to hit theaters on June 27, 2014. Continue reading for the trailer.
You know you've stepped into a very talented geek's front yard, when...four larger-than-life Transformers robots are standing near the front door. This person purportedly creates these by hand each year. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a spider on hand prank that might surprise you.