It may have been one of his most celebrated performances, but the movie Mark Walhberg regrets doing the most is 'Boogie Nights'.
Video of our first encounters with fully functioning prototype of the home version of the new movie's rookie Autobot
It was The Last Knight versus a knight of the realm in Britain this week as the latest Transformers film sparked outrage for its use of Winston Churchill’s former home as a Nazi headquarters swathed in swastikas.
They might not be able to turn into vehicles (or their “alternate modes”), but two new Transformers statues from Imaginarium Art are able to transform their poses so that you’ll never get bored of how they look. The statues were launched at a press event at the Highlander on Wednesday night, where previous statues by Imaginarium Art were also on display. They are of the Transformers characters Ultra Magnus and Soundwave, from the original 1984 series, in the ¼ scale. Made by Singaporeans Imaginarium Art is a Singapore registered, China-based company, while Danny Lim himself is a bona fide Singaporean.