Transformers: Rise of the Beasts promises adrenaline and a lot of fun. Meet the Mexican behind the voice of “Optimus Prime”
For fans of blockbusters and action films, a new adventure in the “Transformers” saga is coming. Today, Thursday, June 8, it opens in cinemas in the country.transformers: waking monsters under Directed by Stephen Capley Jr. Starring: Anthony Ramos, Dominic Fishback, Luna Lauren Vélez, Dean Scott Vasquez, Toby Nwego, Peter Cullen.
In addition to the important presence of Ron Perlman, Peter Dinklage, Michelle Yeoh, Lisa Koshy, John Dimaggio, David Soboloff, Michaela J. Rodriguez, Pete Davidson, Coleman Domingo, Cristo Fernandez from Guadalajara, and Tongue Cherisa.
The story takes place in 1994, in Brooklyn, where the former soldier of the United States Army, “Noah Diaz” (Anthony Ramos), lives, who is doing his best to provide for his family. But even though he tries, he just can’t catch a break. In a chain of events, Noah finds himself behind the wheel of the Autobot Mirage (voice of Pete Davidson), which reveals that there are three fellow Autobots hiding in it, Optimus Prime (voice of Peter Cullen), Bumblebee and “Arcee” (voiced by Lisa Koshy).
Meanwhile, at an archaeological museum on Ellis Island, 25-year-old researcher Elena Wallace (Dominique Fishback) activates a strange beacon hidden inside an ancient statue. Heeding his call, Noah and the Autobots arrive at just the right moment when the evil Sweep Tyrkon Surge (voice of Peter Dinklage) and his creepy robot minions Sweeps attack.
When the Scourge escapes with a mysterious machine capable of summoning Unicron (voice of Colman Domingo), an entity of unimaginable size and destructive power, “Noahand Elena collaborate withbots“To prevent the Earth’s annihilation. But even the extraordinary onesbotsThey’re not ready for the powerful new faction.transformerswhich they find in their mission:utmost“an amazing group of robotic monsters who potentially hold the key to reuniting the Autobots with their homeworld of Cybertron.
So, following the blockbuster “Bumblebee,” this new chapter, “Transformers: Rise of the Beasts” introduces new characters audiences will love and hate, as well as showcase beloved favorites in a way they’ve never met before. This epic adventure will take audiences on a fantastic journey from 1990s New York City to the jungles of Peru and the far reaches of the universe.
Bringing Optimus Prime to life
For the Latino audience, the Mexican representative blah Garcia is responsible for giving voice to the hero of this franchise,”Optimus Chief”; it is the seventh time he has lent his voice to the character. In an interview, he admitted that being so close to this role through other films makes it easier for him to understand his way of thinking and his way of managing himself, of course, always guided by what the director wants to capture, “He who tells me in every scene what are the motives of the character and what to do” .
But he knows that when he has to interact with an established character, he already has an idea of his behavior, “You already know him, let’s say, even though he’s not in this new movie setting, but that’s what the director is guiding you to. So to speak, you’re working.” On familiar ground, without taking everything for granted, because although the character is the same, you must know the circumstances in which he is immersed.” He also expressed sympathy for Optimus Prime, especially with the nobility, justice, and straightforwardness with which he treats himself, “how good it is to be his friend.”Indicates.
As for the biggest challenge he found in the dubbing scenes he faced, he assures that this will always provide the director with what he needs. “It means that you focus very well on the texts, because despite the fact that what he says is always very similar (“Optimus Prime”), well, you don’t have to take anything for granted, you have to go back even though he is a flat character, so that you don’t The character’s tones recur. As actors, everyone has their motivations and where they go to get their baggage of experiences and emotions, what leaves you and what you can do or improve on, but the dialogue has to be coherent and right and the tone has to be as accurate as possible.”
As for what “Transformers” means to him, he admits that he takes great pleasure. “Above all, the audience has accepted (the project) with pleasure since the first film, because when you start a project, you don’t know how it will end, but here from the first film, the producers turned out to be the first to be surprised that I would like it so much.” In addition, it highlights it Optimus Prime, whatever circumstances he finds himself in, because he will seek out the good in others.
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