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Transformers Rise of the Beasts London film premiere 2023

Returning to the action and spectacle that have captured moviegoers around the world, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts will take audiences on a '90s globetrotting adventure with the Autobots and introduce a whole new faction of Transformers - the Maximals - to join them as allies in the existing battle for earth. Directed by Steven Caple Jr. and starring Anthony Ramos and Dominique Fishback.

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Transformers Rise of the Beasts London Premieres null

  • Status: Confirmed
  • Date: June 7, 2023
  • Location: Cineworld Leicester Square, London
  • Attended by: Anthony Ramos, Dominique Fishback, Tobe Nwigwe, Director Steven Caple Jr. Producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura
  • Release in Cinemas: 2023-06-09
  • Runtime: 127 minutes
  • directors: Steven Caple Jr.

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  1. During filming in Peru, a Peruvian child showed his Transformers drawings to director Steven Caple Jr., and in response, Caple invited him to the premiere, and paid to renovate his school's roof.
  2. Scourge's grill is decorated with insignias taken from his slain enemies. The insignias are of various factions from Transformers history: Autobot, Decepticon, Maximal, Predacon, Mercenary, Terrorcon, and Wrecker.
  3. According to Steven Caple Jr., Optimus Prime's face in this movie is visually based on his voice actor Peter Cullen.
  4. When Scourge taunts Optimus Prime by saying "Primus would be ashamed", this marks the first time that the Transformers' creator god from the 1980s Marvel Comic series, Primus, is mentioned in the live-action movies. According to most versions of Transformers lore, Primus was the ancient rival or brother of the evil Unicron. Both were cosmic beings who battled across different universes, until their souls were trapped in two asteroids that they turned into planets over time. Primus became the planet Cybertron where he created the thirteen Primes, robotic deities who then created the different Transformers types.
  5. This film features the first full live-action crossover between Transformers and G.I. Joe. When G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra (2009) came out, the producers claimed it was in the same universe as Transformers and began work on an actual crossover, in the same vein as the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but nothing came of it till this film. The two groups have frequently crossed over in comics, and once in The Transformers (1984) (specifically the episode Only Human (1986)).
  6. Most of the film's computer animation was done by the company MPC, rather than ILM who had done most of the special effects in previous Transformers films. Reports suggest they struggled to finish the effects on time, which meant many scenes had to be cut (including a character called Transit, a Decepticon who turned into a bus to hide from Optimus Prime) or altered before release. In November 2022, seven months before the film's release, the animation company Weta Digital was hired to assist MPC and finish the film on time. Most of the ending battle was re-done from scratch by Weta. Early teasers and trailers showcased many of these unfinished effect shots, including the abandoned MPC version of the final battle. The opening scene set on the Maximals' home planet was also a late addition by Weta, and the character Apelinq was thrown in at the last minute. In anonymous correspondence with Transformers fans, certain MPC animators apologized for their sub-par CGI work in the film and admitted that MPC only got the job because they were cheaper than ILM. ILM was also busy working on the film Transformers One (2024).
  7. Airazor tells Optimus Prime that the Maximals are part of the Autobots' past and future. In Beast Wars: Transformers (1996), Maximals are descendants of the Autobots who travel back in time to Earth long before the Autobot-Decepticon War.
  8. Elena reads an online paper about ancient artifacts, and the authors of the paper have the last names Takara and Tomy. These are the names of two toy companies (merged in 2005) that produce and design Transformers in Japan.
  9. According to Steven Caple Jr., the Porsche 964 was specifically chosen as a tribute to "Transformers" director Michael Bay's previous film Bad Boys (1995), where the two main characters Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett rode around in a Porsche 964.
  10. In February 2022, Paramount announced that Rise of the Beasts would be the first of three new installments in the Transformers series.
  11. In the final battle, Mirage transforms into armor for Noah. This is a nod to the exo-suits worn by Spike and Daniel Witwicky in The Transformers: The Movie (1986).
  12. Scourge's truck mode resembles the villainous truck from Duel (1971), which was directed by Transformers executive producer Steven Spielberg. The Transformers insignias from Scourge's victims on the grill reference the license plates on the earlier truck, which Spielberg said belonged to the victims of the truck driver.
  13. Arcee's alternate mode in this film is a Ducati 916 motorcycle. She had previously been a Buell Firebolt XB12R motorcycle in Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009).
  14. The film is mainly based on Beast Wars: Transformers (1996), which features the Maximals, a faction of Transformers who can transform into different animals and who travelled through time to Earth and eventually defended it.
  15. Garry Chalk, who originated the role of Optimus Primal in Beast Wars: Transformers (1996), was disappointed that he wasn't approached to reprise the character in this film.
  16. Optimus Prime's alternate mode in this film is a 1987 Freightliner FLA semi truck.
  17. David Sobolov, who voices the Maximal Rhinox in this film, had previously voiced the Maximal Depthcharge in Beast Wars: Transformers (1996).
  18. Mirage notes that Marky Mark (the stage name of Mark Wahlberg) is getting into acting. Wahlberg played Cade Yeager in two previous "Transformers" movies, Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) and Transformers: The Last Knight (2017).
  19. The Autobot Mirage's original alternate mode in The Transformers (1984) was a Formula-1 race car, but this was revised to a Porsche 964 sportscar. Mirage had previously appeared Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) as a Ferrari Italia 458 sportscar, who was renamed Dino at the request of the Ferrari company.
  20. Peter Cullen was 81 at the time of this film's release, making him the second-oldest actor to voice a Transformer. The oldest is George Coe, who voiced Wheeljack in Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011), and was 82 at the time of its release.
  21. The first Transformers movie that has no Decepticons. Instead the villains are all Terrorcons.
  22. Ron Perlman reprises his role as Optimus Primal from Transformers: Power of the Primes (2018), making him the third actor to a reprise a role for the film series, after Peter Cullen as Optimus Prime and Frank Welker as Megatron and Soundwave.
  23. The first revealed images of Scourge's robot form lead to a common internet speculation that he might be a future version of Optimus Prime from the Michael Bay Transformers movies. He transformed into a similar truck (Optimus was a Peterbilt 359, Scourge a Peterbilt 379) and he had a shape resembling the crest on Optimus' helmet behind his mask. The fact that Scourge is an alternate name of Nemesis Prime, Optimus Prime's evil version, also added fuel to this theory, which suggested that Unicron destroyed the Michael Bay universe, corrupted Optimus to be his slave and sent him to this film's universe via the Transwarp key that allowed both space and time travel. At one point in the film, Scourge's mask does come off but he is not an alternate version of Optimus Prime, and his head was even slightly altered to reduce the Optimus-like crest on his forehead. Test screenings of the movie's early alternate version suggest Scourge had a more expanded role, but he was not meant to be an evil Optimus.
  24. Mirage incorporates trademarks of several classic Autobots from the The Transformers (1984): His name and blue color are of course references to the original Mirage, who turned into a Formula 1 race car. When he shows off several alt modes in his first conversation with Noah, Mirage briefly becomes a F1 car as a nod to his original incarnation. His Porsche alternate mode, his love of Earth cultures and wisecracking speech pay homage to Jazz. Ironically, the original Mirage was one of the few Autobots who disliked Earth and wanted to return to Cybertron. His holographic abilities resemble those of Hound. Being able to create holograms was actually Mirage's power in the original character descriptions, but the cartoon attributed this ability to Hound and gave Mirage the power of invisibility. When introducing himself to with Noah, Mirage also transforms into a Lamborghini Countach - which was the alternate mode for Red Alert, Sideswipe and Sunstreaker. Being stationed in a big city and accidentally getting carjacked by a thief makes him resemble Tracks, another blue Autobot. In the cartoon, a young boy called Raoul attempted to steal Tracks to pay off his debt after getting entangled in criminal activities. In the film, Noah tries to do the same to Mirage. Both Tracks/Raoul and Mirage/Noah end up as close friends.
  25. Similar to its predecessor Bumblebee (2018), this film also went through a lot of changes. Many scenes and even some characters were deleted and others were added. Reports from 2022 test screenings suggest one alternate cut of the movie could have ran for nearly 4 hours, though this has not been officially confirmed. Some of the major changes between the test screening and the theatrical cut include: The opening scene on the Maximal home planet was a late addition. Due to CGI and budget limitations, the character Apelinq is just a slightly altered 3D model of Optimus Primal's gorilla form. The addition of this scene results in a continuity error, as the Maximal symbol that Scourge takes away from Apelinq is missing for the rest of the movie. The original opening scene was narrated by Optimus Prime, addressing the audience about the Autobots' plight on Earth, looking for a ship to travel back to Cybertron and hunting down Decepticons. The opening line was "I am Optimus Prime, leader of the Autobots... what is left of them." The plot point of Autobots losing numbers was toned down in the film. A single Decepticon called Transit was set to appear, hiding in a bus yard and being hunted by Optimus Prime. Transit plays a hologram recording of the Autobots back on Cybertron being executed in Prime's absence, which would set up Prime's self doubt for the rest of the movie, believing himself to be a failed leader. Prime then brutally kills Transit and dumps his body in the Hudson River among other Decepticons he has hunted down. Transit was a fully designed CGI character who appears on promotional material. Remnants of the bus yard scene are seen in the movie but Transit and his part in the plot was cut because it didn't fit into the updated storyline. Most of this deleted scene (excluding the hologram and river parts) was made available with the film's digital release, albeit with unfinished CGI effects. Transit alternates between two designs in the scene. The scene would also have featured a number of practical effects, such as Prime ramming Transit's head across the side of a real bus. Optimus Primal and Airazor had more dialogue in the teasers and trailers explaining who they are and warning the Autobots about Unicron. The idea that the Maximals came from the future using Transwarp technology is made more clear, while the final cut leaves it vague and time travel as a concept is not explained. Wheeljack was meant to have a larger role. The van he turns into was seen on set in New York, but in the film he only appears in Peru. Both film posters and his action figure showed Wheeljack using a machine gun mounted on top of his van form, which is not in the film. The test screening hinted at a possible romance between Wheeljack and Arcee, with some sexual innuendo (Wheeljack commenting that Arcee hasn't been "inside him" for a long time). Later, Wheeljack comments that the gauntlet Mirage gave to Noah came from Mirage's butt. Both of these jokes were removed. In an interview, Steven Caple Jr. claimed there would be an explanation for why Wheeljack in this film looks nothing like his first appearance in Bumblebee (2018). However, there is none, as Wheeljack's role was greatly diminished. Due to fan complaints about Wheeljack's design, small fins were added to the side of his head that pop up for a moment before the climactic battle, a nod to his classic design. These fins were absent in the test screening and in early trailers. One deleted scene was Wheeljack lending his glasses to Optimus Prime, leading to a comedic scene with Prime wearing comically large spectacles. Rhinox and Cheetor engaged in an underground chase scene trying to capture Noah and Elena. This deleted scene was also released with the film's digital version. It features Cheetor's preliminary design, sporting large canines like a saber-tooth cat. The Maximals had alternate dialogue. Cheetor called Optimus Primal "Big Bot" in a nod to his common nickname from Beast Wars: Transformers (1996). Rhinox said "For home!" as the Maximals and Autobots prepared for battle, prompting Noah to respond "You can talk?" These lines were cut. Other lines were added: Optimus Primal explains that he was named in honor of Optimus Prime. Airazor's death had less dialogue. In the finished film, she begs Primal to kill her to get rid of her infection. The scene of Bumblebee engaging Scourge at the Museum has at least two versions. The first teaser showed Optimus Prime lying beside Scourge as he stabbed Bumblebee. The full trailer added Battletrap stepping on Optimus to keep him down, explaining why he couldn't help Bumblebee. The finished movie uses the teaser scene, with Optimus just lying on the ground. Scourge had more dialogue hinting at his past life, explaining that he too tried to stop Unicron before Unicron enslaved him. When Scourge's mask is knocked off, he was meant to be revealed as one of Unicron's former victims. This reveal was cut from the film, so when Scourge loses his masks and shows his real face, it has no significance. Optimus Prime ramming into Scourge in truck form was cut. This scene was filmed using actual trucks to perform a dangerous stunt, and it even shows up on posters, but it is not in the film. Aside from a few quick shots, almost all scenes of the three Terrorcons in their vehicles forms were cut, and it is not explained why they disguised themselves as Earth vehicles to begin with. Test screening attendees suggest there was a scene of them scanning vehicles, which is not in the finished film. Stratosphere has additional screen-time in the theatrical cut. In the test screening, he only transformed into robot mode near the end. When Mirage turns into a garbage truck, the test screening made it clear he was using his hologram ability to appear larger. In the final cut, Mirage seemingly grows in size to become a garbage truck. Elena talking to herself, thinking this is all a dream, then realizing the Autobots are real as Arcee waves her hand at her, was cut. Another scene was also cut in which Elena talks to Airazor. Airazor suggests she used to be quite the looker in the old days. The dialogue between Noah and Mirage from the trailers ("How big can this guy be?" - "Uh, he eats planets. So, like, way bigger than a planet.") was cut. Mirage's sacrifice at the end was meant to be final. The theatrical cut added a bonus mid-credits scene showing him still alive after Noah rebuilt his body using a banged-up car. The ending battle was completely re-done due to the animation company MPC not being able to finish the CGI on time. The company Weta was brought in at the last moment to re-animate the climactic battle. The early, scrapped MPC animation can be seen in the teaser trailer. Test screening reports suggest the film would have ended with Optimus Prime sucked into the Transwarp gate, with the others thinking he died. Thus, the film ended with no final monologue from him. The cliffhanger at the end would have shown Prime in space with Unicron. This was changed to Optimus escaping, staying on Earth and delivering a final triumphant speech. The deleted alternate ending was also made public with the film's digital release. In early interviews, the director suggested that reptilian Predacons would appear. In the movie, scorpion-like robots appear instead, and they are not referred to as Predacons. The ending scene that sets up a crossover between Transformers and G.I. Joe was added to the film about a month before release.
  26. Noticeably absent from the Maximals is the popular character Rattrap. Steven Caple Jr. has said that he was considered for this film, but was ultimately removed as it was too many characters, and would give him a better role in a sequel.
  27. Scourge is primarily based on his The Transformers (1984) version (a servant of Unicron), and his truck mode is a homage to his Transformers: Robots in Disguise (2000) version. He also incorporates elements from the Fallen (another servant of Unicron with a fiery form) and Tarn (a masked Decepticon).
  28. The ship Scourge uses to travel to the Maximals' homeworld resembles a hovercraft, Scourge's original alternate mode in The Transformers: The Movie (1986).
  29. Michelle Yeoh voices Airazor, making her the second Oscar winner to voice a Transformer, after Orson Welles as Unicron in The Transformers: The Movie (1986). Three Oscar nominees have voiced Transformers in previous films: George Coe as Wheeljack in Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) Ken Watanabe as Drift in Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) and Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) Angela Bassett as Shatter in Bumblebee (2018)
  30. The designs of the Transformers are a mix of the G-1 and the designs from the Michael Bay movies.
  31. Unlike in most previous live-action Transformers movies, the robot characters in this film were not meant to scale appropriately with the vehicles they turn into. According to Weta Digital's animation supervisor Kevin Estey, Optimus Prime's truck form has four times the volume of his robot mode, meaning that he shrinks significantly when turning into a robot. Certain details between the vehicle and robot modes were also inconsistent. Bumblebee's robot form has different wheels than his off-road Camaro car mode, which vanish and reappear during his transformation.
  32. Many of the scenes filmed in Montréal, Quebec. While Noah is being driven by Mirage, you can spot many Montréal places such as the Palais des Congres, the Jaques Cartier bridge, and Dorchester Square.
  33. The Autobot Wheeljack's alternate mode in The Transformers (1984) was a Lancia Stratos sportscar, but this was revised to a Volkswagen Type 2 bus. Wheeljack had previously appeared Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) as a Mercedes-Benz E550 automobile, who was renamed Que after the James Bond gadgeteer Q.
  34. Originally, Hailee Steinfeld was going to reprise her role as Charlie Watson from Bumblebee (2018) before the plan was cut.
  35. First film in the entire series where Bumblebee actually dies (though he is later brought back to life). Of the original five Autobots; Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Ironhide, Jazz, and Ratchet featured in the 2007 film, Bumblebee was the only survivor until now.
  36. This is the second Transformers movie in the series to feature another faction of the Transformers beyond the Autobots and Decepticons. This film introduces the Maximals and the Terrorcons.
  37. The Maximal Airazor never transforms in the entirety of the film.
  38. The first trailer received over 238 million online views within the first 24 hours, more than any other film not released by Disney, except for Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021).
  39. Pete Davidson based his performance as Mirage on his favourite comic actors Jim Carrey (specifically The Mask (1994)) and Adam Sandler.
  40. During the scene where Noah meets the rest of the Autobots, he refers to Optimus as 'Optimal'. This is a nod to Optimus Primal s form from season 3 where he gains a different form after taking in the Spark of the original Optimus Prime, and being referred to as Optimal Optimus by Megatron, which was the name given to the toy of the character
  41. Travis Knight, who directed Bumblebee (2018), was in talks to direct this movie.
  42. Bumblebee (2018) was released one week after Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018), both of which feature Hailee Steinfeld. This movie was released one week after Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (2023), both of which feature Luna Lauren Velez.
  43. At the prologue it can be seen Unicron (in its planet form) approaching to another planet to consume it, being trapped by Apeling using the Transwarp Key, which later is sent to planet Earth to hide it from Unicron and his henchman Scourge. Asides that the events happen in 1994, the appearance of Unicron sets the movie, as the previous Bumblebee (2018), in a different timeline than Transformers (2007) as well its sequels Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009), Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011), Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) and Transformers: The Last Knight (2017), where in the 2017 movie planet Earth is revealed to be Unicron in a longtime dormant state.
  44. The first time that Optimus Primal sees the actual Unicron in any continuity. In the original Beast Wars: Transformers (1996), Primal only saw an alien species take the image of Unicron.
  45. Early in the film, Noah's younger brother, Kris, is seen wearing a Mighty Morphin Power Rangers t-shirt, also owned by Hasbro.
  46. The film features the animated debut of Apelinq, a very obscure Transformers character created as a special edition toy for the 2000 Transformers fan convention BotCon by event organizer Glen Hallit. The character was also somewhat based on Hallit, and was portrayed in comics as a master engineer. The original Apelinq toy was a recolored Transmetal Optimus Primal. Appropriately, the CGI model of Apelinq in this film is just a slightly changed Optimus Primal as well.
  47. The plaque that Agent Burke moves to activate the secret door says "Real Hero Award" on it, a hint at the about-to-be-revealed GI Joe connection.
  48. The quote "I have come here to kick ass" made by Bumblebee after his super-hero landing upon returning to the final battle is a slightly altered version of the line from They Live! (1988) about an alien species that has began secretly taking over Earth by impersonating humans. The full quote from the original movie, said famously by Roddy Piper, is: "I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass, and I'm all out of bubblegum". Bumblebee also borrows the quotes, "Say hello to my little friend!" from Scarface (1983) and "You can't handle the truth!" from A Few Good Men (1992) among others.
  49. The movie scenes that appear on Noah Diaz's TV set after he repairs are from the 1992 crime thriller "Juice" starring Omar Epps and the late rapper Tupac "2Pac" Shakur. The first face the audience sees on the TV set Tupac's. The film takes place in Harlem, New York.
  50. Optimus Primal's beast mode was based on unused concept art from Transformers: The Last Knight (2017).
  51. Stratosphere, the giant elderly Autobot airplane who transports the rest of the Autobots is a combination of several previous Autobot characters. Being a rickety old robot who turn into an aircraft and is constantly falling apart resembles Jetfire from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009). Both Stratosphere and Jetfire also have robotic facial hair. His name and role come from Stratosphere, the carrier plane Autobot who was released as a toy in 2009. He was based on the plane that air-drops Optimus Prime in the beginning of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009), and also appeared in the video game Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011), although he did not turn into a robot in the game. His colors and his design that resemble an old-fashioned aviator with a helmet and goggles take notes from the character Highbrow, released in the Transformers 2010 toy series. He was likewise characterized as an elderly veteran.
  52. When Bumblebee returns after being dead, he spouts the line "I came here to kick ass". This is Roddy Piper's line from the movie They Live.
  53. The third most attended movie in Peru, after Avengers: Endgame (2019) and The Lion King (2019).
  54. At 40:17 there is a sample from the 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz" "Not so fast!"
  55. After uncovering the hidden temple in Peru, Noah says, "This some Indiana Jones type shit." Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008) both featured hidden Peruvian temples. This film was also released three weeks before Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (2023).
  56. At the 36 minute mark, as Noah is walking out of the museum's parking lot, you can catch a glimpse of a DeLorean, the infamous car from Back to the Future (1985), a possible nod to this movie's time travelling plot.
  57. The film displays two subtle references to the late rapper / actor Tupac Shakur. In Noah Diaz's bedroom their is a movie poster of the film 1993 film "Poetic Justice" that starred Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur as the leads. The movie that appears on his TV set that he repairs in his bedroom is the 1992 movie "Juice" which starred Tupac and Omar Epps. Both actors appear in the displayed scene on screen. Shakur died in 1996.
  58. During a scene, Noah asks Kris "What are the rules?" which he replies "Bros before hoes". The line "bros before hoes" was previously used by Miles Lancaster in Transformers (2007).
  59. The film's distributor, Paramount, was acquired by Viacom, now Paramount Global, in 1994, the same year in which the film is set.
  60. Peter Cullen narrated the official trailer for The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996), which starred Ron Perlman. Cullen also narrated advertisements for Batman: The Animated Series (1992) for the Cartoon Network, which Perlman was a recurring guest voice actor.
  61. Peter Dinklage (Scourge) had previously played Bolivar Trask in X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014). This makes Dinklage the fourth actor from the X-Men films to appear in a "Transformers" feature; the first three were Ty Olsson (who played Mitchell Laurio in X2 (2003), and also played played Downshift in Transformers: Energon (2004)), and Kelsey Grammer and T.J. Miller, who played Harold Attinger and Lucas in Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) and were respectively Hank McCoy/Beast in the X-Men films and Weasel in the Deadpool films.
  62. Much of this movie was filmed in Montréal, Quebec, which is where the voice of Optimus Prime, Peter Cullen, was born.
  63. In the final fight when Noah got the Mirage suit there is a very clear homage to Vanquish the 2010 PS3/XBox360 game. As he is running towards Scourge along with Optimus he drops down right leg straight forward, left leg tugged under jetpack on full blast sliding over the ground. In the Vanquish video game this is the main mechanic to move across the map and the angle and look is exactly the same , down to the blue of the boost.
  64. Jongnic Bontemps provided the film's score, after previously working with Caple on his directorial debut, The Land. Bontemps is the third composer in the series after Steve Jablonsky and Dario Marianelli.
  65. Reunites Peter Dinklage and Pete Davidson after Sony Pictures Animation's The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2019).
  66. When Noah and Optimus Primal save Optimus Prime from getting taken by Unicron, Steve Jablonsky's score "Arrival on Earth" from Transformers (2007) can be heard.
  67. There are multiple references to the rapper Tupac Amaru Shakur, who was named after the leader of an Andean uprising in Peru's history Tupac Amaru ll. This movie features Peru prominently in its plot.
  68. Reek tells Noah they're "even-steven". Actor Shia LaBeouf starred in Even Stevens (2000), and later on starred as Sam Witwicky in the first three Transformers movies.




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