First Look: Michael Bay Reveals New Bumblebee in 'Transformers 4'
Just yesterday, two photos revealed the new vehicle forms of two Autobots in the forthcoming sequel Transformers 4, the last film in the franchise that will be directed by Michael Bay. In addition, the director also showed fans the new design for Optimus Prime. Now one of the other regular Transformers has been given a bit of a facelift as Bay just posted the new vehicle mode of Bumblebee. Once and old rusty hunk of junk turned brand new Camaro, the loyal yellow robot now turns into "a highly modified, vintage 1967 Camaro SS." As you can see below there's not much yellow in the design, but it's a slick little car. Look!
Here's the redesigned Bumblebee from Michael Bay's Transformers 4, via MichaelBay.com:
Michael Bay is directing Transformers 4 as his last film in the blockbuster series before handing the franchise off to another director. No plot details are known yet, but Bay says, "We start four years later and there’s a reason why we’re meeting a new cast. We keep the 'Transformers' the way they were. It’s just four years later. There’s a reason the Transformers are redesigned. We’re trying to broaden the franchise and give it more places to go." The new cast includes Mark Wahlberg, T.J. Miller, Jack Reynor, Nicola Peltz, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, Sophia Myles and Li Bingbing and the film arrives on June 27th, 2014.
TJ Miller is a good get. That's a good guy.
DAVIDPD on May 30, 2013
Are the new designs really necessary? The only reason they're changing the designs are to be able to market and sell more toys. Now collectors and kids are going to have to get the new designs of BB and Optimus. How cheap!
nate on May 30, 2013
You are talking about a franchise that killed off almost ALL of the major players in the 80s so they could sell more toys. I still have my Rodimus Prime.
Brian Sleider on May 30, 2013
It'll probably be some kinda "they new what we look like now we gotta hide as other cars"... except for Optimus of course...
Akirakorn on May 30, 2013
Just show the robot already. I think I might miss Sam...
OfficialJab on May 30, 2013
Woha! Badass. Now that's a car with character.
Davide Coppola on May 30, 2013
Could you put a picture of the old Bumblebee alongside the new?
Steven on May 30, 2013
If Bumblebee couldn't be a bug because of some uncomfortable history, this is the camaro he should have been from the beginning. It's almost like Bay finally decided to make a Transformers movie for it's original fans. Couple that with the casting of Stanley Tucci and Kelsey Grammer and you'd think he wouldn't be able to screw this up. Nevermind, it is Michael Bay; he'll find a way to screw this up.
Robert on May 30, 2013
Stop feeding us with this pig lard!!!!!
capitandelespacio on May 30, 2013
I'm sorry I can not post in here see my voice box is broke and I can only talk with songs and since no one can seem to fix me and there is no mp3 player here I will just have to pass. Sincerely Bumblebee
Jimmy Love on May 30, 2013
Wait Bumblebee is supposed to be yellow, and since the car is mostly black he is probably going to be mostly black when he transforms as well. Ah what do I care, I'm still going to watch it.
Fidel Reyes on May 30, 2013
I wanna see the Pimp My Ride episode.
Nielsen700 on May 30, 2013
So it's now Fast and Furious 7: The Transformers?
Akirakorn on May 30, 2013
That would be a most excellent mash-up.
mooreworthy on May 30, 2013
NO... WAY!... It would be a most heinous mash up indeed. Party On Dude!
Akirakorn on Jun 1, 2013
Everything is different, but the same....things are more moderner than before...bigger yet smaller... It's computers ...San Dimas High School rules!
mooreworthy on Jun 1, 2013
You know what's actually pretty funny. In Transformers Prime, the new season of Beast Hunters that just started to air, Bumblebee changed his paint scheme to, guess what? Black and Yellow, just like this. I wonder if they knew something about it in advance and it was a homage and sneak to this coming out.
Wesley Phoenix on May 30, 2013
Bumble bee was always black and yellow in the transformer movies. they just changed the look of it.
Akwasi Asabere on Jun 4, 2013
Yellow was always the outspoken color, Black was never fully on him, it was more or less the highlights of the car. Now it's the other way around
Wesley Phoenix on Jul 21, 2013
"There’s a reason the Transformers are redesigned. We’re trying to broaden the franchise and give it more places to go." WTF. The franchise sucks and hasn't been anywhere so far. The car choices and robot designs are terrible, the "stories" are worse, the scripts are dreadful, the cast is pathetic and the direction is retarded. (This comes from an old fan of the 1980's toys and cartoons.) And don't give me that "these movies have made X amount of dollars". That doesn't mean quality. It means nothing.
mistermysteryguest on May 31, 2013
Agreed. Jazz as anything than a Porsche.... heh! Really the only saving grace for me, was the return of Peter Cullen for the voice of Optimus. Literally, the only reason I will see this movie... probably on BD.
avconsumer2 on Jun 3, 2013
Nonetheless I still like the car of the previous section. it really is beautiful
friv 4 on Jun 5, 2013
I hate Michael Bay movies. He is RUINING the Transformers. I can't wait until he's not directing so someone can fix everything he's screwed up.
Orion on Jul 19, 2013
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