“Transformers: Titans Return” will feature the voice talents of Peter Cullen as Optimus Prime — the role he originated for the original 1980s animated TV show – along with Wil Wheaton, Judd Nelson, Michael Dorn and Jason David Frank in the digital series from Warner Bros.’ Machinima and toy giant Hasbro.
The first chapter of the trilogy, “Transformers: Combiner Wars,” has generated more than 125 million views since debuting in August 2016, exclusively on Go90 in the U.S., according to Machinima.
I recorded this months ago, and it’s been KILLING ME to not talk about it. I’m so excited! I grew up with the original Transformers animated series, and played with the toys until their joints were so loose, I couldn’t stand them up.
Being part of the Transformers canon is a very big deal for me, a huge honor, and a dream come true.
And it’s probably silly to care about it, but it makes me feel like maybe I’m not a total failure when Daily Variety (the Industry newspaper) includes my name in their headline with Peter Freaking Cullen.
I feel like the one most incredible thing about the books was Nesta.
I mean, her first words in the story were “I need new boots” - when she knew full well she really didn’t, and she came across as completely inconsiderate and downright hatable, because of her spoilt nature.
Then Feyre goes with Tamlin, she tries to get her sister back - the first likable quality we see in her. And from there, she develops from a witchy brat to a bada$$ powerful witch, who all of us love and ship.
Her transformation over the trilogy is just so drastic. And the best part is that it’s all so realistic.
She’s definitely not my favorite character, but I have to appreciate that.