'Transformers: The Last Knight' Latest News & Update: New Motion Posters Released by Director; Is This Michael Bay's Last?

"Transformers: The Last Knight" has not ceased to release more teasers recently, with the team slowly spilling more and more details. The latest one highlighted not only the villain but also a new number of robots that are bound to be seen in the flick.

According to Movie Web, a fresh visual aid of the antagonist Megatron was seen online, and while this may be one of the most awaited reveals of "Transformers: The Last Knight" to date, the fan-favorite Bumblebee was also given a better look. Director Michael Bay was generous enough to take to Twitter some new motion posters, further showing the robot Sqweeks alongside Izzy; played by Isabela Moner. The new photos also highlighted the designs of Hound, Barricade and the omnipotent Optimus Prime, while introducing Hot Rod, one of those included in the animated series.

Another intriguing bit is that of Cogman; a British-accented Transformer that is set to make his way to the film. As per Screen Rant, this particular robot will be Sir Edmond Burton's (Sir Anthony Hopkins) future servant, as oppose to the rumors which insisted he will actually be the robot's voice. Now that this detail has been confirmed, it is only a matter of time before an actor gets cast for "Transformers: The Last Knight" to voice Cogman.

It was revealed recently that "Transformers: The Last Knight" will be the last showing Optimus Prime, as well as the final work of Michael Bay in the franchise. Although these claims are still to be fully announced, fans are urged to expect something big in the upcoming blockbuster fifth installment, regardless of what surprises it may be. Mark Wahlberg is to return as Cade Yeager, as well as Josh Duhamel and Tyrese Gibson. The film will release on June 23, 2017, so stay posted for more news and updates.

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