The “Lost” veteran talks with SPINOFF about adapting the James Patterson novel for television, and his upcoming work on “The Dark Tower” and expanded “Transformers” franchise.
Steven S. DeKnight brought “Daredevil” to life on Netflix, and now he’s joining forces with other big genre names to work on Paramount’s “Transformers” franchise.
The ‘Transformers’ brain trust adds Ken Nolan and Geneva Robertson, while Akiva Goldsman offers some details about the writers’ room.
Cartoon Network’s new animated chapter of the Autobot saga pushes Bumblebee from sidekick into leading-man territory.
Christina Hodson and Lindsey Beer are the first women announced for the franchise “writers’ room,” tasked with developing “Transformers” sequels, prequels and spinoffs.
Hasbro’s CEO suggests the fan-favorite yellow Autobot could get his own movie in the planned “Transformers” cinematic universe.
“Ant-Man” production writers Andrew Barrer and Gabriel Ferrari have joined the team behind Paramount’s expanded universe plans, which may include a Cybertron origin movie.
“The Walking Dead” creator will be part of Paramount’s “writers’ room” shaping its upcoming “Transformers” films, along with Zak Penn and more.
“Transformers: Generation 1,” “G.I. Joe” and “Jem and the Holograms” will be among the titles available on the streaming service.
In addition to bringing in Akiva Goldsman to oversee expansion of the universe, Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner offers a tentative release date for ‘Transformers 5.’
Following in the footsteps of Disney and Fox, Paramount Pictures hopes to create an expanded universe for “Transformers.”
The Age of Extinction star reveals he’s signed on for at least two more installments of the blockbuster franchise.