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December 20, 2018

How Bumblebee’s 1980s Setting Turned It Into Every Transformers Fan’s Dream

Everything about Bumblebee is totally 1980s, from its time period and music to its first generation Transformer designs and so much more. As they tell it, director Travis Knight and writer Christina Hodson both knew that setting the newest Transformers installment in the decade when the Transformers actually rose to…

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December 11, 2018

Bees with tiny sensor backpacks could help farmers track crops

Farmers can use drones to monitor their fields, but they have their limits when they can rarely fly for more than 20 to 30 minutes at a time. University of Washington researchers might have a smarter way: recruit some insect friends. They’ve develope…
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December 6, 2018

Meet Bumblebee’s Triple Changing Decepticons in 2 Exclusive Videos

Over the course of five live-action Michael Bay Transformers movies, fans have seen a good portion of the characters and oddities that make the franchise so popular. Hell, we’ve even seen the planet killer Unicron. But one thing we haven’t officially seen yet are triple-changers, Transformers that can change into more…

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September 24, 2018

Finally, A Live-Action Transformers Movie I Want To See

Five films and 11 years later, the Transformers movie folks finally got the robot designs right. The latest trailer for December’s Bumblebee movie is packed with the first generation Autobots and Decepticons long-time fans have been waiting for. Ravage, eject!

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