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Transformers: The Last Knight

June 21, 2017
2hr 35min
Status: released

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Transformers: The Last Knight Movie Details:

Based onTransformers by Hasbro
Country United States
Language English
Release dateJune 18, 2017 (Odeon Leicester Square)
June 21, 2017 (United States)
Running time2hr 35min
Age ratingPG-13
StarringMark Wahlberg
Josh Duhamel
Stanley Tucci
Anthony Hopkins
Directed by Michael Bay
Screenplay byArt Marcum
Matt Holloway
Ken Nolan
Story byAkiva Goldsman
Art Marcum
Matt Holloway
Ken Nolan
Produced byLorenzo di Bonaventura
Tom DeSanto
Don Murphy
Ian Bryce
Cinematography by Jonathan Sela
Edited by Mark Sanger
John Refoua
Debra Neil-Fisher
Roger Barton
Adam Gerstel
Calvin Wimmer
Music bySteve Jablonsky
Production CompanyParamount Pictures
Huahua Media
The Weying Galaxy
The H Collective
Hasbro Studios
Di Bonaventura Pictures
Distributor Paramount Pictures

Transformers: The Last Knight Movie Cast & Characters:

  • Humans
    • Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager: A single father and inventor who helped the Autobots during the events of Age of Extinction.
    • Josh Duhamel as William Lennox: A former NEST commander and U.S. Army Ranger who partnered with the Autobots before the events of Dark of the Moon. Now a Colonel and reluctant Transformers Reaction Force (TRF) member.
    • Stanley Tucci as Wizard Merlin: A wizard who knew the secret of the Guardian Knights and called on them in a moment of need. He previously portrayed Joshua Joyce in the Age of Extinction.
    • Anthony Hopkins as Sir Edmund Burton, 12th Earl of Folgan: An astronomer and historian who knows about the history of the Transformers on Earth.
    • Laura Haddock as Viviane Wembly: A professor of English Literature at the University of Oxford and a polo player, who turns out to be a descendant of Merlin. Minti Gorne portrays a younger Viviane.
    • Isabela Moner as Izabella: A street-wise orphaned by the Battle of Chicago in Dark of the Moon and now lives in the city ruins with Sqweeks and Canopy, her only friends, until meeting Cade.
    • Jerrod Carmichael as Jimmy: A young man from South Dakota whom Cade hired through a want ad.
    • Santiago Cabrera as Santos: A former Delta Force operative an commander of the TRF, who seeks to eradicate every Transformer and their human allies regardless of faction. He also tries to capture or kill Cade Yeager as he knows he’s working with the Autobots.
    • John Turturro as Seymour Simmons: A former government agent of Sector 7 and NEST turned successful writer who hides out in Cuba and was allied with the Autobots before the events of Dark of the Moon.
    • Glenn Morshower as General Morshower: A former leader of NEST in Revenge of the Fallen and Dark of the Moon who now supervises TRF operations.
    • Liam Garrigan as King Arthur: The legendary knight who first fought with the Knights of Iacon. Garrigan previously portrayed a different iteration of King Arthur in the fifth season of the TV series Once Upon a Time.
    • Additionally, Mitch Pileggi, Tony Hale, and Gil Birmingham appear as a TRF group leader, an arrogant JPL engineer, and Chief Sherman, respectively. Former Navy SEAL Remi Adeleke also stars in the film as an unnamed TRF operator working for Santos, alongside other Navy SEAL veterans who play TRF operators in the movie’s climax. Nicola Peltz has a vocal cameo as Tessa Yeager, Cade’s daughter, who helped the Autobots during the events of Age of Extinction and is seen in a photograph in Cade’s trailer, while Shia LaBeouf is seen as Sam Witwicky, who allied with the Autobots in events before Age of Extinction, in a photograph spotted in Burton’s mansion as a member of the Witwickens. Stephen Hogan plays Viviane’s father in flashback scenes.
  • Voices
    • The Lamborghini Centenario LP770-4 is an alternate form used by Hot Rod.
    • Peter Cullen as Optimus Prime / Nemesis Prime: The leader of the Autobots, who is searching for the truth about his Creators. In this film, he transforms into a blue and red 2014 Western Star 5700 Custom semi-trailer truck.
    • Frank Welker as Megatron: The leader of the Decepticons, who possessed a KSI Drone in Age of Extinction and transformed into a Cybertronian jet.
    • Gemma Chan as Quintessa: A Cybertronian Sorceress, the “Prime of Life” and the creator of the Cybertronians who wants to destroy Unicron (and Earth) and rebuild Cybertron in whatever way possible. Chan appears on-screen briefly as Quintessa in a disguised human form, at the end of the film.
    • Erik Aadahl as Bumblebee / ZB-7: An Autobot scout and Optimus Prime’s second-in-command, who transforms into a custom-built yellow and black 2017 Chevrolet Camaro with a body kit.
    • Jim Carter as Cogman: A polite but sociopathic, human-sized Autobot. He serves as the faithful butler to Sir Edmund Burton, and while despite not having a larger robot mode, he transforms into a 2017 Aston Martin DB11 in the toy line.
    • Omar Sy as Hot Rod: An Autobot who transforms into a 1975 Citroën DS, before upgrading into a 2017 Lamborghini Centenario LP770-4. He is brother-in-arms with Bumblebee and speaks in a thick French accent which he’s ashamed of and wishes to remove.
    • Ken Watanabe as Drift: A Samurai-motif Autobot tactician and former Decepticon who transforms into a black and red 2017 Mercedes-AMG GT R.
    • John Goodman as Hound: A trigger-happy Autobot commando and field medic who transforms into an olive green Mercedes-Benz Unimog military tactical ambulance.
    • John DiMaggio as:
      • Crosshairs: A cocky Autobot paratrooper and sniper who transforms into a green and black 2017 Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray, equipped with a custom split spoiler. His ego lends him a misplaced belief in his future command of the Autobots.
      • Nitro Zeus: A showboating Decepticon hunter who transforms into a JAS 39 Gripen Fighter Jet.
    • Reno Wilson as:
      • Sqweeks: A small Autobot and Izabella’s closest friend who can transform into a blue Vespa and only says “Chihuahua” due to prior damage.
      • Mohawk: A talkative and psychotic Decepticon foot soldier who transforms into a Confederate P51 Combat Fighter Motorcycle. His spark is in his head due to his body being skinny.
    • Jess Harnell as Barricade: A Decepticon scout who was thought to have been killed in Dark of the Moon. He now transforms into a 2016 Ford Mustang police car, featuring a new, sleeker robot mode.
    • Tom Kenny as Wheelie: An Autobot and former Decepticon who survived the Chicago battle in Dark of the Moon who transforms into a remote-controlled monster truck.
    • Steve Buscemi as Daytrader: An Autobot scavenger who transforms into a cloaked rusty Mercedes-Benz LK Model 1920 dump truck.
    • Steven Barr as Topspin: An Autobot Wrecker who resides in Cuba with Simmons that once transformed into a #48 Hendrick Motorsports Lowe’s/Kobalt car. In the film he is credited as “Volleybot” and grew a metallic beard that resembles his fallen comrade, Leadfoot.
    • Mark Ryan as:
      • Bulldog: An Autobot veteran of World War I and a sentry for Burton’s castle, who transforms into an army green Mark IV tank and suffers from ‘robot dementia’
      • Lieutenant: An elderly Autobot that transforms into a Hawker Hurricane fighter plane that cameos at Burton’s castle.
    • Various uncredited actors voice:
      • The Knights of Iacon: a group of twelve Cybertronian Knights that protects the Staff and merge to form the three-headed dragon, Dragonstorm. They include Dragonicus, Stormreign, Steelbane, and Skullitron.
      • Canopy: An Autobot refugee and a friend of Izabella who transforms into a shielding pile of rubble.
      • Berserker: A monstrous Decepticon commando who transforms into a 2017 Chevy Tahoe emergency vehicle.
      • Onslaught: A Decepticon tactician who transforms into a green Western Star 4900SF tow truck.
  • Non-speaking characters
    • Grimlock
    • The leader of the Dinobots, who transforms into a mechanical horned, fire-breathing Tyrannosaurus.
    • Slug
    • The savage Dinobot destroyer transforms into a mechanical spiked and bestial Triceratops.
    • Mini-Dinobots
    • The Mini versions of Grimlock, Slug, and Strafe named: Sharp T! (mini Grimlock), ‘Tops (mini Slug), Pterry (mini strafe with only one head)
    • A Transformer who takes the form of the submarine HMS Alliance appears, though not seen in robot mode as it can’t transform.
    • Trench
    • An Autobot who resembles Constructicon Scrapper and transforms into a Cat 320 excavator.
    • Dreadbot
    • A Decepticon thug who transforms into a rusty 1960 Volkswagen Type 2.
    • Infernocons
    • Quintessa’s demonic guardians combine to form Infernocus.
    • Unicron
    • A giant planet-destroying Transformer appears as Planet Earth and six of his mechanical horns are seen.


A deadly threat from Earth’s history reappears and a hunt for a lost artifact takes place between Autobots and Decepticons, while Optimus Prime encounters his creator in space.

Transformers: The Last Knight Movie Budget & Box Office Collection:

Budget$217–260 million
Worldwide Collection$605.4 million

About Transformers: The Last Knight Movie:

Transformers: The Last Knight is an American science fiction action film directed by Michael Bay and screenplay by Art Marcum, Matt Holloway, and Ken Nolan. It stars Mark Wahlberg, Josh Duhamel, Stanley Tucci, and Anthony Hopkins.

Based on Hasbro’s Transformers toy line, the film is the fifth installment in the Transformers film series and the sequel to Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014).

On May 17, 2016, Michael Bay revealed the official title of the film to be Transformers: The Last Knight on his Instagram account, where he also posted a production video showing a close-up of Optimus Prime’s face with purple eyes instead of blue, and his face mostly discolored.

Principal photography for the film began on May 25, 2016, in Havana, Cuba, with a few scenes shot by a “small team”. Filming continued on June 6, 2016, in Phoenix, Arizona, and on June 19, 2016, in Detroit, Michigan, under the working title E75, with additional filming taking place in Chicago, Illinois. Principal photography wrapped on December 4, 2016.

Transformers: The Last Knight premiered on June 18, 2017, at the Odeon Leicester Square in London and was released in the United States on June 21.

It was a box-office bomb, grossing $605 million worldwide against a production budget between $217–260 million, with an estimated loss of over $100 million for both Paramount and Hasbro after marketing and distribution costs.

A spin-off prequel titled Bumblebee was released on December 21, 2018, to critical and financial success, with Bay as a producer.

After Transformers: Age of Extinction, director Michael Bay had decided not to direct any future Transformers films. But in early January 2016, in an interview with Rolling Stone, he stated that he would return to direct the fifth film, and that it would be his last Transformers film

This was the first movie to be filmed almost entirely with IMAX 3-D cameras with two ARRI Alexa IMAX cameras mounted onto a 3-D rig with an astounding ninety-eight percent of IMAX footage in this movie.

This movie was released ten years after Transformers (2007). This is also the most expensive movie in the franchise, but the lowest-grossing film of them all.

The film received generally negative reviews for its runtime and screenplay.

Steve Buscemi voiced Daytrader in this movie. Michael Bay had wanted Steve Buscemi to play Agent Simmons in Transformers (2007), but he was unavailable.

While shooting in England, Mark Wahlberg spent time at St. Aidan’s Church incognito, and made donations. No one knew anything until afterward. Reverend Father Des McGiven said, “It’s great that we had him in for the service, and we appreciate his generosity towards our church.”

This is the second Hollywood movie to be shot in Cuba after The Fate of the Furious (2017). Many of the scenes were filmed in the northeast of England, with several streets in Newcastle upon Tyne brought to a standstill, while scenes were completed.

This is the second Michael Bay movie to have a World War II setting, after Pearl Harbor (2001).

There are 32 new robot characters in the film