Transformers: The Last Knight thundered onto Blu-ray and DVD in its home video invasion yesterday and here's hoping Paramount's under-appreciated summer spectacle might receive a boost to its reputation in this expanded arena.
Michael Bay's final Transformers flick before Travis Knight's Bumblebee hits theaters in 2018 is a rowdy time-tripping popcorn movie that rounded up only $130 million on U.S. soil but raked in another $475 million internationally, making the boisterous, $200 million-budgeted sequel a moderate financial success.
Part of the allure of this fifth Transformers feature was its insane array of wild stunts and retina-pleasing CGI work. Stars Santiago Cabrera (Santos) and Isabela Moner (Izabella) recently sat down with SYFY WIRE to reveal their experiences working with the stunt coordinators, their first introductions to robots in disguise, and what it was like seeing the finished product with all its myriad layers of special effects attached.
Power up and march into this intriguing chat and tell us if you're picking up the Transformers: The Last Knight on Blu-ray or Digital HD anytime soon.