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Paramount Pictures: “Bumblebee” Teaser Trailer (12/2018)

Fans of “The Transformers” series of films will likely love the idea of a story that came before all that, with “Bumblebee”. Check out the recently released teaser trailer from Paramount Pictures.

The Synopsis: Twenty years before the events of the first film, in 1987, Bumblebee takes refuge in a small California beach town junkyard, where a teenage girl named Charlie Watson takes him in. However, the two of them soon find themselves hunted by a Government Agency known as Sector Seven, lead by Agent Burns. As they run from society, the two learn that Bee isn’t the only Transformer on Earth, and that the others might not be as friendly.

The Cast:
Hailee Steinfeld as Charlie Watson
John Cena as Burns
Jorge Lendeborg Jr.
Rachel Crow
Pamela Adlon as Charlie’s Mother.
Jason Drucker as Charlie’s brother.
Abby Quinn
Gracie Dzienny
Ricardo Hoyos
Kenneth Choi
Stephen Schneider
John Ortiz

Transformers
Bumblebee, an Autobot
Starscream, a Decepticon
A Decepticon who transforms into a red 1971 Plymouth GTX
Jess Harnell as the voice of Barricade, a Decepticon scout
Peter Cullen and Martin Short have roles in the film

PiercingMetal Thoughts: You tenured readers know I keep mum during the teaser posts and wait for the longer ones, but this angle does appeal to me. By the way, I’ve begun to load up movie trailer and television stuff to “The Chronicles” as well so do please click HERE to see what is getting talked about on that side of the fence.

Official Film Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bumblebee_(film)

Now Streaming: “Bright” on Netflix (12/22/2017)

Hopefully you’ve heard a little about this film already as it’s been addressed a few times in our topical posts that showcase trailers for this kind of thing but if its news to you for some reason, its a Netflix Original film called “Bright” and it stars Will Smith. It’s available for streaming on the service as you read this and below you will find its official poster along with some premise and the casting. As usual I’ve closed out the topic with some editorial. Take a look.

The Premise: In an alternate present where humans and fantasy creatures—Orcs, Fairies, Elves, Centaurs, etc.—have co-existed since the beginning of time, human LAPD officer Daryl Ward (Will Smith) and Orc Deputy Nick Jakoby (Joel Edgerton) embark on a routine patrol night, only to discover an ancient—but powerful—artifact: a magic wand, that was thought to be destroyed, and encounter a darkness that will ultimately alter the future and their world as they know it. (thanks Wiki).

The Cast/Characters:
Will Smith as Daryl Ward, a seasoned human cop
Joel Edgerton as Nick Jakoby, the first Orc cop
Noomi Rapace as Leilah, a dark elf
Lucy Fry as Tikka, a young elf
Édgar Ramírez as Kandomere, an elf
Ike Barinholtz as Gary Harmeyer, a human cop
Happy Anderson as Montehugh, a human
Kenneth Choi as Agent Coleman
Margaret Cho
Andrea Navedo as Captain Perez, a human cop
Brad William Henke as Dorghu, leader of Fogteeth Orcs gang.
Dawn Olivieri as Sherri Ward
Brandon Larracuente as Mike
Cle Shaheed Sloan as OG Mike
Alex Meraz as Serafin
Matt Gerald as Hicks, a human cop
Enrique Murciano
Jay Hernandez
Veronica Ngo as Tien

PiercingMetal Thoughts: I was a fan of the show “Grimm” when it started but lost track so early that I didn’t end up keeping up to speed and as a diehard for quality and quirky action and Science Fiction/Fantasy films think this might be a sleeper hit. I think that I actually said how it reminded me of “Bad Boys” meets “Hellboy” in one of my trailer post narratives. That said I will definitely be perusing the Netflix Service when I sit down to relax after the upcoming holidays. There is no rush for me since I have so many other things to attend to before the year turns over. Have you seen any of the trailers for this? I posted all three of them so do please take a look and if it strikes your fancy let us know down there below.

Official Film Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bright_(film)

Netflix Presents: “Bright” Official Trailer 3

I’m sharing what appears to be the third and final trailer for the upcoming Netflix Original film “Bright” which stars Will Smith and many others as a police officer living in a realm where Sword and Sorcery characters walk among us. The film becomes available for streaming in ten days on 12/22, take a look.

The Premise: In an alternate present where humans and fantasy creatures—Orcs, Fairies, Elves, Centaurs, etc.—have co-existed since the beginning of time, human LAPD officer Daryl Ward (Will Smith) and Orc Deputy Nick Jakoby (Joel Edgerton) embark on a routine patrol night, only to discover an ancient—but powerful—artifact: a magic wand, that was thought to be destroyed, and encounter a darkness that will ultimately alter the future and their world as they know it. (thanks Wiki).

The Cast/Characters:
Will Smith as Daryl Ward, a seasoned human cop
Joel Edgerton as Nick Jakoby, the first Orc cop
Noomi Rapace as Leilah, a dark elf
Lucy Fry as Tikka, a young elf
Édgar Ramírez as Kandomere, an elf
Ike Barinholtz as Gary Harmeyer, a human cop
Happy Anderson as Montehugh, a human
Kenneth Choi as Agent Coleman
Margaret Cho
Andrea Navedo as Captain Perez, a human cop
Brad William Henke as Dorghu, the leader of the Fogteeth Orcs gang.
Dawn Olivieri as Sherri Ward
Brandon Larracuente as Mike
Cle Shaheed Sloan as OG Mike
Alex Meraz as Serafin
Matt Gerald as Hicks, a human cop
Enrique Murciano
Jay Hernandez
Veronica Ngo as Tien

PiercingMetal Thoughts: Sorry readers I don’t have much to add as its been super busy over here preparing for the holidays and keeping the posts flowing. I was already intrigued by the films first two trailers and am starting to fear that with a third that they now show too much and perhaps are concerned about the potential reception. Slow down gang, let the geeks weigh in and I am sure it will be fine. Chime in down below if you like. I don’t mind that at all. Until next time.

Official Film Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bright_(film)

Netflix Presents: “Bright” Official Trailer 2

Back in July I shared what was the first trailer of a Netflix Original film called “Bright”. It’s the creative brainstorming of David Ayer and Max Landis and will be available for streaming in December on the Netflix service. Here is the second trailer for the film.

The Premise: In an alternate present where humans and fantasy creatures—Orcs, Fairies, Elves, Centaurs, etc.—have co-existed since the beginning of time, human LAPD officer Daryl Ward (Will Smith) and Orc Deputy Nick Jakoby (Joel Edgerton) embark on a routine patrol night, only to discover an ancient—but powerful—artifact: a magic wand, that was thought to be destroyed, and encounter a darkness that will ultimately alter the future and their world as they know it. (thanks Wiki).

The Cast/Characters:
Will Smith as Daryl Ward, a seasoned human cop
Joel Edgerton as Nick Jakoby, the first Orc cop
Noomi Rapace as Leilah, a dark elf
Lucy Fry as Tikka, a young elf
Édgar Ramírez as Kandomere, an elf
Ike Barinholtz as Gary Harmeyer, a human cop
Happy Anderson as Montehugh, a human
Kenneth Choi as Agent Coleman
Margaret Cho
Andrea Navedo as Captain Perez, a human cop
Brad William Henke as Dorghu, the leader of the Fogteeth Orcs gang.
Dawn Olivieri as Sherri Ward
Brandon Larracuente as Mike
Cle Shaheed Sloan as OG Mike
Alex Meraz as Serafin
Matt Gerald as Hicks, a human cop
Enrique Murciano
Jay Hernandez
Veronica Ngo as Tien

PiercingMetal Thoughts: I’ve already noted that I feel I’d give this a chance since it looks like fun. I don’t have much else to add to that but you can if you like. I don’t ever mind the readers tossing in their comments about stuff. You know where to do it so don’t forget to sign up for your free month of Netflix towards the middle of December and also make note to watch all of the Marvel Studios shows if you are behind. It’s time to chill heheheh.

Official Film Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bright_(film)

Netflix Presents: “Bright” Official Trailer

Now this sounds like something our readers would find of interest. There is a film coming to Netflix in December called “Bright” and urban fantasy crime film that is directed by David Ayer and written by Max Landis. The first trailer was recently released and since we love sharing that sort of thing if the film is on topic, here we go.

The Premise: In an alternate present where humans and fantasy creatures—Orcs, Fairies, Elves, Centaurs, etc.—have co-existed since the beginning of time, human LAPD officer Daryl Ward (Will Smith) and Orc Deputy Nick Jakoby (Joel Edgerton) embark on a routine patrol night, only to discover an ancient—but powerful—artifact: a magic wand, that was thought to be destroyed, and encounter a darkness that will ultimately alter the future and their world as they know it. (thanks Wiki).

The Cast/Characters:
Will Smith as Daryl Ward, a seasoned human cop
Joel Edgerton as Nick Jakoby, the first Orc cop
Noomi Rapace as Leilah, a dark elf
Lucy Fry as Tikka, a young elf
Édgar Ramírez as Kandomere, an elf
Ike Barinholtz as Gary Harmeyer, a human cop
Happy Anderson as Montehugh, a human
Kenneth Choi as Agent Coleman
Margaret Cho
Andrea Navedo as Captain Perez, a human cop
Brad William Henke as Dorghu, the leader of the Fogteeth Orcs gang.
Dawn Olivieri as Sherri Ward
Brandon Larracuente as Mike
Cle Shaheed Sloan as OG Mike
Alex Meraz as Serafin
Matt Gerald as Hicks, a human cop
Enrique Murciano
Jay Hernandez
Veronica Ngo as Tien

PiercingMetal Thoughts: I have to say that this didn’t look bad at all and reminded me a little bit of Smith’s “Bad Boys” along with the “Hellboy” film. I’ve been loving the geek stuff that Netflix has been offering up in terms of the Marvel shows and this looks like it might keep fans interested for however long it is. As its not a series I imagine it will be easy enough to sit through. What do you readers think about this one? Will you give it a chance? Let me know down in the comments section below.

Official Film Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bright_(film)