For the Kids - Second Trailer for Bay's 'Transformers: The Last Knight'

March 16, 2017
Source: YouTube

Transformers: The Last Knight Trailer

"You think I'm afraid of you?!" Paramount has launched a new full-length trailer for Michael Bay's latest Transformers sequel, titled Transformers: The Last Knight. This new trailer is totally focused on the kids in the movie, a cast of youngsters who have to deal with the Decepticons coming back for revenge. Why the focus on the kids? Because this trailer was created exclusively to run in theaters with Beauty and the Beast, of course. The full cast includes Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, Laura Haddock, John Goodman, Stanley Tucci, John Turturro, Josh Duhamel, Isabela Moner, Santiago Cabrera, and Liam Garrigan as King Arthur; plus the same voices as before: Peter Cullen, Frank Welker and Ken Watanabe. This is a very odd trailer, I don't think I like it much, but points for doing something different.

Here's the new official trailer for Michael Bay's Transformers: The Last Knight, direct from YouTube:

Transformers: The Last Knight Poster

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Optimus Prime finding his home planet, Cybertron, now a dead planet, which he comes to find he was responsible for killing. He finds a way to bring the planet back to life, but in order to do so he needs to find an artifact, and that artifact is on Earth. Transformers: The Last Knight is once again directed by iconic American filmmaker Michael Bay, of all four of the previous Transformers movies, as well as 13 Hours, Pain & Gain, The Island, Pearl Harbor, Armageddon, The Rock, plus Bad Boys I & II previously. The screenplay is credited to Matt Holloway, Art Marcum and Ken Nolan. Paramount will release Transformers: The Last Knight in theaters everywhere starting June 23rd this summer. Anyone still excited to see this?

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Painful trailer.

DAVIDPD on Mar 16, 2017


Awful, just awful

Daxtreme on Mar 16, 2017


This is the one that will get Bay the Oscar. Best Drama.

Carpola on Mar 16, 2017


It will put to shame The return of the King.

tarek on Mar 16, 2017


And don't forget Moonlight was inspired by the sprouting love affair between Optimus and Cybertron.

Nash on Mar 17, 2017



tarek on Mar 17, 2017


Many of the dance moves from La La Land came from the movements of Optimus Prime and Bumblebee.

bumboclot on Mar 20, 2017


The one for the Best Script will kill it ...

shiboleth on Mar 17, 2017


Well, I guess that was supposed to be inspirational to 12 year old girls.

grimjob on Mar 16, 2017


Why the focus on the kids? Because it's the kind of demography that can make the box office explode.

tarek on Mar 16, 2017


Well, at least she's not nearly as irritating as the twerps in TF: Cybertron/Armada/Energon. And apparently there's a reason there's no parental units wondering why their kid isn't home. She reminds me of Miko (TF: Prime), who was well-received by fans.

VAharleywitch on Mar 17, 2017


Steven Seagal is missed here. He would really complete this ...

shiboleth on Mar 17, 2017


You could say that about a lot of movies...

TheOct8pus on Mar 17, 2017


Sad, but true ... Epicness of trash is forever, I guess ...

shiboleth on Mar 17, 2017


You could say that about many of Steven Seagal's movies.

bumboclot on Mar 20, 2017


Hahahahahaha, right... Which is not a good news for Transformers ...

shiboleth on Mar 20, 2017


I am so confused. What the heck is this movie about? What is going on??

CyraNOSE on Mar 17, 2017


Robots, explosions...and apparently King Arthur....makes sense

TheOct8pus on Mar 17, 2017


plot is irrelevant, the point is that she's a girl. and... she's tough

Big Beard on Mar 17, 2017


Girl Power, Bay-splosions, and Wahlberg's biceps.

grimjob on Mar 17, 2017


Same as the rest of the series. They are surrealist-explosion-art-films with cartoonish robots. Some random human characters will enter or exit the franchise at any time with no explanation.

bumboclot on Mar 20, 2017


WHOAAAA! a girl!!! woohooo whoa whoa! my patriarchal mind has been BLOWN! she's so tough it makes me want to run and hide and wallow in my immasculated self pity. watch out boys, the future is female for sure.

Big Beard on Mar 17, 2017


It's like they're pitching her as a pre-teen Michelle Rodriguez. It's so pandering it makes me cringe.

grimjob on Mar 17, 2017


There's a lot of "find" in the synopsis. (2 by sentence in 2 sentences). It must be a secret message.

Outis on Mar 17, 2017


I'm blown away no one in the thread mentioned the TIE Bombers @1:54. I enjoy the focus on having a "kid" be the lead, but the entire tone of the trailer, furthermore the movie, is way out of wack fo dat. They might as well have a twenty something play the lead, a la "Tomorrowland."

redtie on Mar 18, 2017


and that little blue robot's like her BB8

bat0u on Mar 19, 2017


"i member BB8."

redtie on Mar 19, 2017


The kid's "big-shi+" attitude against giant robotic aliens who can crush her like an insect is more outlandish than the idea of robotic aliens landing on earth. This will no doubt be just like all the previous Transformers, Bay has created. This franchise needs a reboot badly.

Cyberdine on Mar 21, 2017


On the poster, his helmet kind of looks like the Arkham Knight.....

Ace In Space on Mar 22, 2017

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