A couple months ago, hints were dropped that the Transformer known as Bumblebee would return to his original automotive form, a yellow Volkswagen Beetle, for the new standalone Bumblebee movie currently in production. Now, we have what appears to be photographic confirmation of this, and, even better, I have…
Let’s be honest: the Transformers series of movies are pretty awful. Even if we accept that a movie about space-robots that turn into cars and trucks isn’t the sort of framework that’s going to beget Citizen Kane, they’ve still been idiotic. But at least one good thing is happening: in the upcoming standalone Bumblebee movie
Transformers: The Last Knight, set for release next summer, is currently filming near Detroit, so fansite Seibertron.com took the opportunity to grab a close-up video walkaround of some of the cars appearing in the video. They are all absurd. Every one of them. And yet, the kid in me kind of digs them.
Bumblebee, the Transformers Autobot based on a Chevy Camaro that started out as a toy and then became a savior of the Earth in a slew of horrible, mindless action films will be getting his/its own spin-off film, because Hollywood is dead and the Camaro is doing really well.
Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe 914 is the nirvana of the four-cylinder cars: two-litre, five speed, with the gauge pack. It’s also an unrestored, limited edition, with paint that earned it the nickname of Bumblebee. Might that just take away some of the sting of its price?
We had already seen a 1960s Camaro purporting to be Bumblebee in the upcoming Transformers 4, but apparently that isn't the only car playing the famous autobot. No sir, here he is as a 2014 that's had a major nosejob.
That black car is Mr. Vengeance's 1967 Camaro. It took seven years to build, with all of the blood, sweat, and tears you'd imagine. It's famous around the web. It also looks exactly like the "new" Bumblebee from Transformers 4.
Because the Chevy Camaro is still a little too pricey for most Chinese car buyers, GM China plans to yuan in on China's Transformers craze with this Bumblebee-edition Chevy Cruze. Bit of a buzz kill.
With the third Transformers movie arriving in less than 24 hours, Chevy has gone where we all knew it would eventually go and released another Bumblebee edition of the Camaro. It transforms a regular Camaro into a regular Camaro with stickers for just $3,000.
The latest Transformers flick "Dark of the Moon" promises to be more than an extended Chevy commercial, but that doesn't mean the mechanical stars won't still be robots disguised as GM products. Here's a first look at the new ZL1-inspired Bumblebee Camaro and topless Corvette Stingray concept named Sideswipe.
There's apparently a show about a master cake-maker in Hoboken who makes these awesome cakes. I think it's called "Cake Master." So these fellas show up in their van to the New York Auto Show with a giant cake that looks like a Bumblebee Camaro. Pretty cool, eh?
Just in time for junior-prom season, Pinnacle Limousine Manufacturing of Hacienda Heights, California transformed a Bumblebee-livery Camaro into a Transformers-themed stretch limo. It seats up to 12 nerdlings and has enough lasers and fiber-optic lighting to choke an East Brunswick nightclub.
Every third advertisement in this year's Super Bowl will be for an automobile. This ad from Chevy is a two-fer: the Chevy Camaro and Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon. Also, Camaro-on-Chipmunk violence.
Everyone's favorite Chevy Camaro Autobot Bumblebee was caught chilling with Megan Fox on the set of Transformers 3 sporting a giant carbon fiber spoiler and other new parts. We're guessing they thought Fox didn't need any aesthetic upgrades.
Doting parents decided to surprise their son Shane with a yellow and black Camaro SS for his 16th birthday. The dad says he wants to teach Shane to drive properly rather than just assume he won't hoon a slow car.