Transformers: The Last Knight – 3D Featurette – Paramount Pictures



Go behind the scenes with director Michael Bay for a closer look at the cutting-edge technology used to bring #Transformers: The Last Knight to life in stunning IMAX 3D.

The Last Knight shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise, and redefines what it means to be a hero. Humans and Transformers are at war, Optimus Prime is gone. The key to saving our future lies buried in the secrets of the past, in the hidden history of Transformers on Earth. Saving our world falls upon the shoulders of an unlikely alliance: Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg); Bumblebee; an English Lord (Sir Anthony Hopkins); and an Oxford Professor (Laura Haddock).

There comes a moment in everyone’s life when we are called upon to make a difference. In Transformers: The Last Knight, the hunted will become heroes. Heroes will become villains. Only one world will survive: theirs, or ours.

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Directed by Michael Bay
Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Josh Duhamel, Anthony Hopkins, Laura Haddock, Isabella Moner, Stanley Tucci, John Turturro

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35 thoughts on “Transformers: The Last Knight – 3D Featurette – Paramount Pictures

  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    About time a big budget director pisses on Hollywood and their crappy fake 3D movies.
    Hollywood ruins the market with conversions which is like 2.8D.
    Transformers Last Knight is the only movie in whole 2017 with real 3D. I sure hope this resurrect 3D.
    BTW: Even 2-3 newest Star Wars movies have fake 3D.

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    Damn, if I knew the film was in native 3D I would've seen it while it was playing in theaters

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    This is a big movie Michael.? Heaven forbid we make a good one? Will this person ever understand what an image with conviction means?

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    saw this movie today at INOX. first half was boring but after the intermission the movie caught up and amazed with the cgi. But this movie projection was terrible, I saw it in a normal multiplex (not imax) and the projection was in multiple aspect ratios. No 16:9. Proper transcoding to non IMAX theatres was not done. Though the IMAX scenes showed up in 4:3 kind of format they were sharp as hell. but the other scenes felt like a 360p video in a 1080p screen. I don't know if its the fault of the movie or theatre but Jeremy Jahns talks about this in his review too.

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    I have a big-screen UHD TV with a good surround sound system, so I rarely go to out to movies at a theater anymore. I just wait for the movies I want to see to be available to stream, or released on a Blu-ray disk, because for me there's no benefit to seeing a movie in a theater anymore. However, I'm definitely going to be first in line to see Transformers: The Last Knight in IMAX 3-D. The main reason is because the movie was shot in native 3-D, which should be seen in a properly equipped theater. I love 3-D movies, but I never go see them in theaters, because they are almost all post-converted today. I can see an enormous difference between post-converted movies and true stereoscopic 3-D movies. There's no comparison between stereoscopic 3-D that was photographed with two cameras (one camera for each eye) and post-converted 2-D movies that were shot with one camera. Post conversion is done to save time and money. It's much cheaper and it looks cheap. in my opinion, 3D post-conversion is an abomination; the film makers might as well shoot the movie in black and white and colorize it. Stereoscopic 3-D is most noticeable in medium shots and in close-ups, because people and faces look like cardboard cutouts in post-converted 3D films. Some people will say nobody cares about this difference in an action movie, especially considering that most action movies are mostly CGI, which was never "real" to start with. However, I happen to care very much and so do other people. I care so much that I refuse to see any post-converted 3D movie in a theater. When a new movie comes out that I want to see, the first thing I do is go to imdb.com and look under "full technical specs" to see what cameras the film was shot with, and unless I recognize the camera rig as a stereoscopic 3-D camera rig, then I won't bother to go see the movie in a theater. The Last Knight is special, because some scenes were shot with the IMAX Digital 3-D, 6.5K, dual-strip 3-D cameras, which makes it a movie people should only see in an IMAX 3D theater. I've never been a big fan of the Transformers, but when we combine Michael Bay and Mark Wahlberg with true 3-D photography, then there's no way I'm going to miss this movie. True stereoscopic 3-D movies have almost disappeared completely, this may be the only one made this year and this might be the last major stereoscopic 3-D movie anyone will make for years to come. Incidentally, don't be fooled by movies that are advertised as being in "Real 3D". Real 3D is the brand name of a projection technology, it has nothing to do with whether or not a movie was filmed in stereoscopic 3-D with two cameras. Post-converted movies can be shown in "Real 3D", but that does not make them "real" 3-D movies. As long as movies are "the great American date", then people will continue to accept inferior post-converted 3D movies instead of demanding actual 3-D movies. Sadly, most young people I talk to don't even know the difference. Thank goodness for directors like Michael Bay, who care enough to buck the trend and give the public a quality 3-D product, instead of pedaling inferior post-converted crap like most of the other main stream film makers.

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    Well hot-damn. I never thought I'd be saying this, but Mickey Bay is actually doing some good for cinema. It would be so easy for him to say "well, the general consumer has gone cold on stereoscopic 3D, so let's make things cheaper by using post-process 3D/skip 3D entirely" but he's going the whole-hog and using top-of-the-line real 3D cameras! Hollywood! This is the one exception where copying what Mickey Bay does is acceptable!

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    I don't like 3D tell what is dark of Salma movie is a 3D glasses no clarity is a black

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    Michael Bay please make more transformers movie as I love to watch them.I have a collection of cds on your transformers movie.

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    So what's the best format to see this in? Dolby Atmos or IMAX?

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    this is cool, so many post process 3D, right now i only go in theaters to see real 3d and bought only 3d blurays of 3d shooted movies.

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    Does anyone know if the entire film is shot with the IMAX 3D way, or just certain sequences, like how Nolan shot some of the dark knight scenes (minus the 3D)?

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    Bay KILL TRANSFORMERS universum :(((SHIT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! but box office success , People shame !!!!FACE – PALMER !

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    Protecting the cinema experience, what by making shitty explosion filled bullshit that on one can enjoy. Focus on a good script, character development and a decent plot, just make a good movie. I don't give a flying fuck about 3D or what technology you are using, unless you deliver on making a good transformers movie than I can enjoy all this tech you are using. Too bad this won't be case. But maybe this one could be good, 5th times the charm i guess.

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    real explosion superb 3D game changer transformers changing Style sound super megatron will return

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    Did I see a black knight? Does Michael Bay not know what Angles, Romans, Saxons, Picts, Frisians, and Jutes look like?

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    1:35 "Transformers has been a giant part of our brand. It helped build IMAX". — Greg Foster, CEO. Way to absolutely take a shit on the museums, inventors, visionaries, and audience members who truly made IMAX what it is, including Greg MacGillivray, Jim Freeman, Stephen Low, National Air and Space Museum, NASA, even David Keighley. Transformers had nothing to do with "building" IMAX. In fact, the first Transformers film released on IMAX was in 2007, five years after Hollywood studios began releasing their 35mm films upconverted to this format. If you want to give credit to Michael Bay, then you're blatantly selling yourself and this amazing brand out and selling everyone else—including me—a total lie.

    (For the sake of fairness, Greg Foster's commentary is probably heavily edited and that second part of his sentence could have been a reference to 3D, not Transformers, but this isn't how his dialogue can currently be interpreted.)

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    It's really sad that no one is shooting in native 3D anymore. Hopefully this movie and the Avatar films recapture the public's imagination and forces studios to shoot in native 3D. People are sick and tired of post-converted garbage, not just 3D period. When 3D was used properly, people enjoyed it. Avatar made billions because it was visually incredible. Now it is forced down people's throats with every release being a crappy converted job, with no other screens showing it in 2D format. Consumers do not like being forced to pay extra money for something that doesn't even look good and hurts their eyes.

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  • August 29, 2017 at 6:41 am
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    3d needs to die. Especially for action movies….. but then again… Transformer movies are still here so….

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