Bumblebee (live-action movie)

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Alternative title:
バンブルビー (Japanese)
Themes: mecha, military
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: As the Autobots wage a losing battle against the Decepticons during the Cybertron War, Optimus Prime sends his subordinate B-127 to Earth to set a base of operations for the Autobots to regroup. B-127 arrives on Earth in 1987, but loses his voice and has his memory bank damaged during a scuffle with the Decepticon Blitzwing and the U.S. government agency Sector 7 before taking the form of an old Volkswagen Beetle and going into hiding. When teenager Charlie Watson gets the Beetle for her birthday, she discovers it to be the mute and amnesiac B-127 and names him "Bumblebee", but his presence triggers the arrival of Decepticons Shatter and Dropkick, who receive assistance from Sector 7 to hunt him down.
Vintage: 2018-12-03
Premiere date:
2018-12-03 (Germany)
2018-12-13 (Russia)
2018-12-19 (Mexico/Indonesia)
2018-12-20 (Australia/Singapore/Malaysia/Thailand)
2018-12-20 (Germany/Netherlands/Italy/Portugal/Greece/Hungary/Slovakia/Ukraine)
2018-12-20 (Israel/Kuwait/Lebanon/Saudi Arabia/Peru)
2018-12-21 (USA/Canada/Bulgaria/Estonia/Lithuania/Turkey/South Africa/Vietnam)
2018-12-22 (Belgium)
2018-12-24 (UK/Ireland)
2018-12-25 (Brazil/Botswana/Sweden/South Korea)
2018-12-26 (France/Taiwan)
2018-12-27 (Argentina/Chile/Czech Republic/Hong Kong)
2018-12-28 (Spain/Romania)
2019-01-03 (Colombia/Denmark)
2019-01-04 (China/Finland/India/Norway/Poland/Sri Lanka)
2019-01-08 (Philippines)
2019-03-22 (Japan)
Ending Theme:
"Back to Life" by Hailee Steinfeld
Insert song:
"All My Ex's Live in Texas" by George Strait
"Bigmouth Strikes Again" by The Smiths
"Dance Hall Days" by Wang Chung
"Don't You (Forget About Me)" by Simple Minds
"Everybody Wants to Rule the World" by Tears for Fears
"Girlfriend in a Coma" by The Smiths"
"Higher Love" by Steve Winwood
"I Can't Drive 55" by Sammy Hagar
"I Can't Live Without My Radio" by LL Cool J
"I Can't Wait" by Nu Shooz
"It Takes Two" by Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock
"Let's Go" by The Cars
"Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley
"Runaway" by Bon Jovi
"Save a Prayer" by Duran Duran
"Take on Me" by a-ha
"The Payback" by James Brown
"The Touch" by Stan Bush
"Things Can Only Get Better" by Howard Jones
"Think (About It)" by Lynn Collins
"Unchained Melody" by Sam Cooke
"Walk Like a Man" by Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
"Weird Science" by Oingo Boingo
"Where Everybody Knows Your Name" by Gary Portnoy
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Japanese staff
Japanese cast
(none)
Aoi Yūki as Shatter
Daiki Hamano as Dropkick
Jun Shison as Guillermo "Memo" Gutierrez
Ryohei Kimura as B-127 / Bumblebee
Tao Tsuchiya as Charlie Watson

Tesshō Genda as Optimus Prime
Japanese companies
(none)
English staff
English cast
Director: Travis Knight
Screenplay: Christina Hodson
Director of Photography: Enrique Chediak
Executive producer: Steven Spielberg
Editing: Paul Rubell
Theme Song Performance: Hailee Steinfeld (ED)
Angela Bassett as Shatter (voice)
Dylan O'Brien as B-127 / Bumblebee (voice)
Hailee Steinfeld as Charlie Watson
John Cena as Jack Burns
Jorge Lendeborg Jr. as Guillermo "Memo" Gutierrez
Justin Theroux as Dropkick (voice)

Glynn Turman as General Whalen
Jason Drucker as Otis Watson
John Ortiz as Dr. Powell
Pamela Adlon as Sally Watson
Peter Cullen as Optimus Prime (voice)

Abby Quinn as Alice
Andrew Morgado as Cliffjumper (voice)
David Sobolov as Blitzwing (voice)
Dennis Singletary as Ratchet (voice)
Edwin Hodge as Danny
Fred Dryer as Sheriff Lock
Gracie Dzienny as Tina
Grey Griffin as Arcee (voice)
Jon Bailey as
Shockwave (voice)
Soundwave (voice)
Kenneth Choi as Ken
Kirk Baily as
Brawn (voice)
Decepticon Soldier (voice)
Krystin Goodwin as News Reporter (as Krystin Noel Goodwin)
Len Cariou as Hank
Megyn Price as Amber
Nick Pilla as Seymour Simmons
Rachel Crow as Celia
Ricardo Hoyos as Tripp Summers
Rose Maria Wilde as Party Goer (uncredited)
Steven Jay Blum as Wheeljack (voice)
Tim Martin Gleason as Charlie's Father
English companies
French staff
French cast
Adaptation: François Asselin (Quebec)
Voice Direction: François Asselin (Quebec)
Alexandre Bacon as Guillermo "Memo" Gutierrez (Quebec)
Célia Gouin-Arsenault as Charlie Watson (Quebec)
Frédérik Zacharek as Agent Jack Burns (Quebec)
Louis-Philippe Berthiaume as B-127 / Bumblebee (Quebec)

Anne Bédard as Sally Watson (Quebec)
Manuel Tadros as Dr. Powell (Quebec)
Mathéo Savard-Piccinin as Otis Watson (Quebec)
Pierre-Étienne Rouillard as Ron (Quebec)

Claudine Chatel as Fracture (Quebec)
French companies
ADR Production: Cinélume (Quebec)
Spanish staff
Spanish companies
(none)
Distributor: United International Pictures (Argentina)
Licensed by: Paramount Pictures
Spanish cast
(none)
Italian staff
Italian cast
Dubbing Director: Carlo Cosolo

Dialogues: Carlo Cosolo
Dubbing Assistant: Andreina D'Andreis
Dubbing Engineer: Lorenzo Ciarlantini
Mixing: Andrea Roversi
Supervision: Danila Colamatteo
Alex Polidori as Memo
Antonella Giannini as Shatter
Emanuela Ionica as Charlie Watson
Ivan Zaytsev as Bumblebee
Simone D'Andrea as Dropkick
Stefano Alessandroni as Jack Burns

Alessandra Cassioli as Sally Watson
Alessandro Rossi as Optimus Prime
Angelo Nicotra as Whalen
Luca Tesei as Otis Watson
Massimo De Ambrosis as Dr. Powell

Angela Brusa as Amber
Daniele Di Matteo as Cliffjumper
Manuel Meli as Tripp
Nicola Braile as Blitzwing
Veronica Puccio as Tina
Italian companies
Polish staff
Polish cast
Dubbing Director: Elżbieta Kopocińska-Bednarek

Dialogues: Marcin Bartkiewicz
Organization Of Production: Dorota Nyczek
Polish companies
Portuguese staff
Portuguese cast
ADR Director: Manolo Rey
Amanda Manso as Charlie Watson
Eduardo Borgerth as Bumblebee 
Eduardo Borgueth as Bumblebee 
Guilherme Lopes as Dropkick
João Capelli as Memo
Paolla Oliveira as Shatter
Reginaldo Primo as Agent Burns

Ádel Mercadante as Dr. Powell
Guilherme Briggs as Optimus Prime
Izabel Lira as Sally Watson
Ricardo Rossato as General Whalen
Victor Hugo Fernandes as Otis Watson

André Belizar as Hank
Andréa Murucci as
Amber
TV Anchor
Cafi Balloussier as Agent Simmons (young)
Leonardo Martins as Blitzwing
Leonardo Rabelo as Danny
Manolo Rey as Craig
Paulo Bernardo as Policeman
Sérgio Stern as Roy
Portuguese companies
ADR Studio: Delart (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
Licensed by:
Hasbro (Brazil and Portugal)
Paramount Pictures

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