Transformers: Rise of the Beasts’ first teaser trailer introduces the Maximals Optimus Primal, Cheetor, and Airazor, all of which look lovely.
After years of Paramount’s live-motion Transformers movies feeling like they were coasting on their good seems Transformers: upward push of the Beasts’ first teaser trailer reminds everybody that Beast Wars has constantly been the advanced chew of the larger Transformers franchise.
Transformers: rRiseof the Beasts, from director Steven Caple Jr., revolves around ex-military gearhead Noah (Anthony Ramos) and museum researcher Elena (Dominique Fishback), two people who by accident end up embroiled in yet some other warfare between the Autobots and the Decepticons.
As tends to be the case with current Transformers tales, neither Noah nor Elena know approximately the Cybertronians like Optimus high (Peter Cullen) hiding in mystery in the world disguised as numerous varieties of everyday human automobiles. However not like preceding Transformers films, the upward thrust of the Beasts is set to introduce some of Beast Wars’ Maximals and Predacons — Transformers whose trade bureaucracy is primarily based on natural animals. Although Paramount’s current Transformers films have touched on the idea of Cybertronians turning into organic beings, Optimus appears downright greatly surprised to satisfy Optimus Primal (Ron Perlman) in his gorilla form.
The trailer makes it hard to tell whether or not rise of the Beasts will dig into Beast Wars’ story of the way the Maximals and Predacons — who are really from the distant future — by accident ended up inside the prehistoric beyond due to an incident related to time tour. But it makes it stunningly clear that traditional characters like Airazor (Michelle Yeoh), Cheetor, and Rhinox can be in the mix as prime and his allies try to save the planet from destruction all over again.
Transformers: upward thrust of the Beasts stars Tobe Nwigwe, Peter Dinklage, Liza Koshy, John DiMaggio, David Sobolov, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez, Pete Davidson, and Cristo Fernández. The movie hits theaters on June ninth, 2023.