Transformers: Rise of the Beasts director Announces Filming Wrap With Optimus Prime Truck Still

Autobots are standing by to roll out

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts director Steven Caple Jr. has announced via his Instagram that production has wrapped up on the Bumblebee sequel.

He celebrated the wrap-up with an image of him sitting inside the G1-inspired Optimus Prime truck. “That’s a wrap,” he captioned the image. The new image comes a few weeks after he shared the first look of the Autobots and the Terrorcons.

The story

BTS from Transformers: Rise of the Beasts

Before getting into the story, let’s discuss the Terrorcons. They are a group of five Decepticons who are under Galvatron’s command. In the classic animated series and comics, the Terrorcons transform into nightmarish creatures and can combine to form Abominus.

In the five live-action movies we had got from Michael Bay, it had been a war between Autobots and Decepticons, with humans playing allies and enemies in the mix. However, We will now be seeing Maximals, Predacons, and Terrorcons and a massive adventure that takes you across Brooklyn, New York, and Peru in 1994. The story takes place seven year’s after 2018’s Bumblebee. 

We will see the Beast Wars for the first time in live-action. Ron Perlman has been cast as the voice for Optimus Primal, the gorilla Transformer and leader of the Maximals. The movie stars Anthony Ramos and Dominique Fishback in the lead. They will play Noah, an ex-military electronics genius, and Elena, an artifacts researcher respectively.

Who all will appear?

BTS from Transformers: Rise of the Beasts

In one of Caple’s first bts photos, we got to see the Autobots. Optimus’s truck is posed in the centre, surrounded by Bumblebee’s classic Camaro, Mirage’s Porche, Arcee’s Ducati, and Wheeljack’s Volkswagen.

The second photo showed the Terrorcons, with Scourge being the main villain. Next to Scourge is Nightbird and an unidentified GM C4500 Topkick tow-truck.

We will soon see the beast Transformers once the first trailer is out.