The final act of Machinima’s and Hasbro’s Transformers: Prime Wars Trilogy is ramping up its star power, with both Ron Perlman and Star Wars: The Last Jedi’s Mark Hamill joining the cast for the upcoming Transformers: Power of the Primes.
Hamill is no stranger to the Transformers franchise, having voiced a guest role in the Transformers: Rescue Botsseries in 2014. He actually makes his debut in the final episode of Transformers: Titans Return, released Tuesday on the streaming service go90. In it, he plays Megatronus, the first Decepticon, exiled from Cybertron after murdering one of the other original Thirteen Primes.
Megatronus will continue to play a large part in Power of the Primes, where he’ll be joined by Perlman, voicing Optimus Primal, as well as a number of new voice actors including Mikey Way, Jaime King, Gregg Berger — the voice of Grimlock from 1986’s Transformers: The Movie — and WWE’s Samoa Joe, who’ll take on the role of Predaking.
Other actors who’ll return for the final season of the animated series include Wil Wheaton, Judd Nelson and Kari Wahlgren.
Transformers: Power of the Primes, currently scheduled to launch in the second quarter of this year, will close out the trilogy that launched in August 2016 with the first episode of Transformers: Combiner Wars; that series was followed by the 10-part Titans Return. The series is overseen by executive producer F.J. DeSanto, and written by Adam Beechen.
WHY JAIME KING’S LATEST PROJECT, “BITCH,” ISN’T A FEMINIST FILM
I didn’t know what to expect when meeting Jaime King at the London Hotel in West Hollywood. Of course, she’s a fashion icon—the stunning star of blockbusters like Sin City and Pearl Harbor. And, in case you didn’t know, Taylor Swift serves as godmother to her younger son, Leo. (So who can compete with that?!?)
I’m here because King’s latest film, BITCH, hits theaters November 10. It follows a housewife, Jill (played by writer/director Marianna Palka) who, unappreciated by her husband and children, finds herself transformed into a female dog. A literal bitch.
“It’s unlike any film I’ve done before,” King gushed while munching room service fries on the hotel’s cream sofa. “I’ve been in big movies, but nothing that’s ever felt this special.”
This film feels different to her for many reasons, the most obvious of which is its wonderfully weird plot. But BITCH also has an undeniable chemistry, something King attributes to the strong relationships between all involved.
Jaime King(born April 23, 1979) is an American actress and model. In her modeling career and early film roles, she used the names Jamie King and James King.
A successful model, King was discovered at age 14 in 1993 and appeared in Vogue, Mademoiselle and Harper's Bazaar, among other fashion magazines. From 1998, she moved into acting, taking small film roles. She has since appeared as a lead in other films, such as Sin City (2005) and My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009) and, from 2011 to 2015, starred in the television series Hart of Dixie.
“The Lion’s Heart” - Jaime King X Gardner and the Gang Clothing Line for children and adults
Status: On sale now
Jaime and her friend Kristin worked for a year on this- creating a collection that is gender-fluid, with message the importance of every child's self worth, happiness and the joy of that love being shared with all. The line is organic.
#Alchemy - Jaime King X ColourPop Makeup line
Status: Out now.
Jaime’s new make-up line called #Alchemy – in collaboration with ColourPop – is now on sale! "I wanted everyone to have something that would literally transform your shadows into MAGIC; a whole different spectrum! With Alchemy, I wanted to create my dream collection that never existed before," Jaime said in a press release. "A perfectly edited collection of lipsticks, liners, shadows, blush, contour and highlighters that would be literally the only collection a person would need. It was vitally important that each color looked amazing on every race and color of skin. My mantra was that if it didn't look and make every person feel beautiful, it wasn't Alchemy." - Jaime King
Jaime King for Sapling Child Clothing Line for babies
Status: Out now
Inspired by the Japanese art of storytelling through printmaking, I wanted to tell a story reflecting my childhood dreams while gazing at the endless skies of Nebraska, and of my son, James Knights’ childhood basking in the Californian sun and looking upon the same stars that I adored as a child.
Barely Lethal as Analyst Knight
Status: On DVD now
A teenage special ops agent coveting a "normal" adolescence fakes her own death and enrolls in a suburban high school. She quickly learns that surviving the treacherous waters of high school is more challenging than international espionage.