New feature released in anticipation Transformers: Rise of the Monsters He finds voice acting code Peter Cullen contemplating bringing Optimus Prime back to life for many years. Comes as a courtesy Transformers Twitter accountIn the episode, Colin reveals the advice his brother gave him before his first audition, which told him to “be strong enough to be nice”.

“When I first voiced Prime, I was living with my brother Larry, who was a Marine. I said, ‘I’m going to audition.'” I’ll be a truck. And he started laughing and said: A truck?! And I said: This is a leader. This is a hero. And his demeanor just changed. He just went, ‘Peter. If you’re going to be a leader, be strong enough to be nice.’ And I got to audition and said, ‘My name is Optimus Prime, from the planet Cybertron.’ I had no doubt that this is what a hero should look like. And I was convinced that I would get this role.

Peter Cullen has become synonymous with the role of Optimus Prime since initially voicing the character transformers The animated series dates back to 1984. Since then, Colin has played the beloved role across the series, from the small screen to the big screen. Colin went on to praise the recent outing, Transformers: Rise of the Monstersdeclaring that it contained “the same ingredients that were there in the beginning”.

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“Transformers: Rise of the Beasts has the same ingredients as there were in the beginning. There’s that integrity, there’s dignity, there’s courage. It’s an honor to be able to do this character. I’ve talked to a lot of people who grew up with Transformers, and I don’t I take it for granted. I love you guys.”

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Transformers: Rise of the Monsters Early feedback praises the prequel

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Transformers: Rise of the Monsters It will serve as a sequel/prequel/ and semi-reboot, picking up on 1994 Brooklyn. The latest adventure follows Noah, a former military electronics expert, and Elena, an artifact researcher, both of whom are drawn into a three-way conflict between Maximals, Predacons, and Terrorcons while aiding Optimus Prime and the Autobots in the war to protect Earth from Unicron’s arrival.

Directed by Stephen Capley Jr., Transformers: Rise of the Monsters stars Peter Cullen alongside him in the heights Star Anthony Ramos W Judas and the Black Christ Star Dominic Fishback. The rest of the cast includes Lauren Vélez, Toby Noigwe, Michelle Yeoh, Pete Davidson, Lisa Koshy, Cristo Fernandez, John DiMaggio, David Soboloff, Michaela J. Rodriguez, Peter Dinklage, and Hellboy stars Ron Perlman as Optimus Primal, the supreme leader.

He was praised for the early feedback Transformers: Rise of the Monsters, with many calling it one of the best installments in the long-running franchise. “I am happy to say that #Transformers #RiseOfTheBeasts is one of the best shows in the franchise,” says one critic. “It’s so much fun, the CGI looks great, it has well-staged action and it’s easy to follow. The show I saw actually had people clapping in the theater and kids laughing a lot.”

Another adds that Transformers: Rise of the Monsters “It was a blast! The Beast Wars crew finally shows up in what is arguably its best transformers movie in the run. There’s a lot of heart, humor, and Brooklyn pride here; And it all makes for fun popcorn.”

Transformers: Rise of the Monsters It is scheduled for release in the United States on June 9, 2023, by Paramount Pictures.


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