4 This Makes Bumblebee Different from Movie Transformers Previously

Bumblebee , the latest robot type film which is alleged to be the last story in the Transformers franchise , ready to air this year.
Long awaited fans, finally Bumblebee has had its first trailer. The film is referred to as the first Transformers prequel and spinoff at this franchise.

Seeing the trailer, many drama scenes are displayed in a touching manner. This reminds us of films like The Iron Giant .
Tracing more deeply, it turns out that there are some things that make Bumblebee different from Transformers films that have been aired before. What are they? Check out more.

1.VW cars

2. Housed in the Past, 1980s Era

Bumblebee, the robot figure who became the title of this film, has the incarnation as a Chevrolet Camaro car when it was first introduced through Transformers (2007).
Unlike the Bumblebee movie . The yellow robot will be shown to have another form in the form of a Volkswagen (VW) Beetle car. The shape of the car is the same as in the animated series.

3. Different Director

Looking specifically, Bumblebee was the first Transformers film not directed by Michael Bay. Although, Bay now acts as a producer.
Travis Knight, director of Bumblebee , is a film maker who is no stranger to animated films. Previously, he had directed the animated film Kubo and the Two Strings and produced ParaNorman and The Boxtrolls.

4. Higher ratio

Bumblebee became the first Transformers film which in its entirety was taken in a higher aspect ratio (1.85: 1).
Previously, Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014) and Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) were taken using the developed IMAX camera.

Bumblebee: The Movie is an upcoming 2018 American science fiction action film directed by Travis Knight with a scenario by Christina Hodson. 

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Hailee Steinfeld and her Bumblebee co-stars pair the lovable Autobot with their favorite ’80s movie characters to create some potential action-movie duos.

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