Transformers: The Movie getting re-released for its 30th anniversary

Time to wash away the stench of Michael Bay.

Transformers: The Movie
Till all are one Transformers: The Movie is returning to cinemas for its 30th anniversary. Image Picture Hasbro Studios

It’s time to wash away the stench of Michael Bay.

The only good Transformers movie is getting a re-release this year in time for its 30th anniversary.

The Transformers: The Movie has been digitally remastered in 4k and will be released for the first time on Blu-ray in the UK on December 12.

According to the official press release from Manga Entertainment, the disc “comes with a highly collectible Steelbook packaging that features striking key art, all-new HD transfer of the movie in widescreen and full frame on two Blu-rays, immersive bonus content including brand-new featurettes, plus a digital copy of the movie”.

The animated film boasted an all-star cast of Peter Cullen, Eric Idle, Judd Nelson, Leonard Nimoy, Frank Welker and Scatman Crothers. It was also the final movie role for Orson Welles, who voiced giant planet-eating villain Unicron.

Arriving at the height of the Transformers craze in the 80s, this big screen spinoff swiftly became a cult classic thanks to its of-the-moment rock power ballad soundtrack from Stan Bush and the heart-shattering death of Optimus Prime.

Here’s a look at what to expect from the Transformers re-release, courtesy of a brand new trailer…

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