New Images for Transformers: The Last Knight Tease 4 Autobots

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Are you ready for the fifth installment of Transformers, Transformers: The Last Knight?

Paramount Pictures is making sure that you are, as it continues with the barrage of new images that tease the upcoming autobots. The newest of the bunch is Crosshairs, who fans may know from Transformers: Age of Extinction.

Crosshairs had been one of the autobots that went into hiding on earth. He had joined with the other autobots and professed loyalty to his leader Optimus Prime. In the 2014 movie, he transformed into the 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray. It's possible that he's the new 2016 Corvette Z06 in the 2017 movie.


Other autobots that were introduced for Transformers: The Last Knight include Bumblebee's brother-in-arms Hot Rod. Also known as Rodimus Prime Hot Rod's personality is said to be brash and a little arrogant. He hasn't been seen in any of the previous Transformers live movies, but he has been the autobot leader in the 1986 movie.

There's Sqweeks, a man's best friend with a big heart, trapped in all of his 3-feet, 6-inch frame. He's a new autobot to come to the franchise, and from the looks of it, Sqweeks will be adding some d'aw factor to Transformers: The Last Knight. In a gang of towering autobots with fierce faces, I'm already wondering what Sqweeks will be transforming into.

Finally, there's the autobot samurai Drift, who was also previously seen in Age of Extinction. His back story from before has been retained—he's the Decepticon-trained-but-turned-autobot who keeps calm in the face of a fight. His previous design of a cool blue armor has been changed up to a more aggressive red design.

After the battle in Hong Kong, Optimus Prime faces a new threat which he can't fight on his own. So he must search for new recruitments to help save Earth and the universe! While Optimus leaves Earth, Bumblebee, Drift, Hound, Trailbreaker, Blurr and the Dinobots must stop Galvatron from using the rebuilt space bridge to bring the new threat to Earth. Meanwhile the humans are trying to build more human-made transformers to help our Autobot heroes!

Transformers: The Last Knight will be released on June 23, 2017.

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