Transformers Spinoff Movie 'Bumblebee' To Clash With DC’s 'Aquaman' in 2018! 2017 has been a good host to all the superhero and science fiction movies so far. We have witnessed Logan,Wonder Woman, Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2, Transformers: The Last Knight, Spiderman Homecoming and damn, it was a spectacular show until now. It‘s August and we still can’t stop fanboying over Justice League and Thor: Ragnarok. While we still watch the most happening show ever - Game Of Thrones - there is some big news which was dropped in our real world from the famous Hollywood directors.

Originally the Bumblebee movie occupied a slot for June 8, but will now battle Warner Bros. Aquaman on its new date in December. DCEU’s movie, Aquaman, has also been in speculations because of the Game Of Thrones actor Jason Momoa. Big tentpoles on what will be a big five-day Christmas stretch and will decide which movie will do better that week. The Transformers franchise is waning and is in dire need of a major reboot, which is the hope here with Bumblebee. This year’s Transformers: The Last Knight’ ranks as the lowest in the five movie franchise and looked a little stretched as compared to the previous ones.

The new movie is set in the 1980s and will feature significantly fewer Transformers, concentrating more on the big, yellow star who can only talk in snippets of radio broadcasts and will likely pitch a little younger tone. The discussions have been there that it will be set in Rome and we will definitely love to watch the transformers fight in the Colosseum. On the other hand, DCEU’s Aquaman will be seen in the upcoming Justice League movie and then will feature in his stand alone movie clashing with the Bumblebee next year.

No matter which movie stands apart from the other but we as movie buffs are surely in for a treat with these two movies coming next year on the same date.

Written By: Archit Chawla | Post Date: 2 Aug 2017



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