New Wave Of Set Pics For Transformers: The Last Knight Spotlight Mark Wahlberg And Bumblebee
Production continues apace on the London set of Transformers: The Last Knight – bringing the sci-fi action further south after a brief pit stop in Skye, Scotland – and Just Jared has unveiled a fresh batch of set photos to prove it. Among them, we’re able to see Mark Wahlberg’s Cade Yeager replete with a brand new do, alongside co-star Laura Haddock and series stalwart, Bumblebee. We’re unable to embed them here, so click through to Just Jared to see the collection of photos in full.
With plot details thin on the ground, exactly what Yeager and Co. are doing in the English capital is anyone’s guess at this point. One thing that’s almost a foregone conclusion, though, is that The Last Knight will hold some form of connection to the legend of King Arthur – and no, we’re not talking about Guy Ritchie’s 2017 reboot.
That’s thanks in large part to recent set videos, along with the casting of Liam Garrigan, with the most prominent theory doing the rounds claiming that Optimus Prime will be on the hunt for an ancient artefact that could hold enough power to restore Cybertron to its former glory.
Whether that is indeed the case will be told in time but for now, you can feast your eyes on those set photos via the link below.
.@mark_wahlberg & Laura Haddock are filming for #TransformersTheLastKnight – see the pics! https://t.co/441dRQgHM3 pic.twitter.com/NsLKMWcCCe
— JustJared.com (@JustJared) September 6, 2016
Wahlberg, Garrigan and Haddock are part of a starry ensemble that also includes Peter Cullen, Mitch Pileggi, Santiago Cabrera, and Liam Garrigan, Isabela Moner, Jerrod Carmichael and Stanley Tucci.
Paramount has earmarked Transformers: The Last Knight for theatrical release on June 23, 2016. Buoyed by the creative influx from the studio’s writers room, it’ll be fascinating to see whether that assembly of talent has much of a bearing on how The Last Knight – a new installment in a franchise that has always struggled to impress the experts – fares with critics.