Bay & Spielberg Inducted Into The Transformers Hall of Fame
Director and executive producer of the Transformers film franchise honored...
To insure your action figure collection, get in touch with our sponsor Collectibles Insurance.
For a great selection of film, comic and TV action figures and collectibles, check out BigBadToyStore.com, BriansToys.com, ToyWiz.com, ToyDorks.com, MonkeyDepot.com, and Sekaido.com.
For an amazing selection of original sculptures, statues, prints and DVDs be sure to check out ShiflettBrothers.com.
Hasbro has announced the induction of film industry legends Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg - the director and executive producer of the Transformers film franchise - into its Transformers Hall of Fame. The second annual Transformers Hall of Fame ceremony, which celebrates more than 25 years of "More Than Meets the Eye" action, will take place during the 2011 TRANSFORMERS "BOTCON" fan convention in Pasadena, California, and will feature Transformers: Dark of the Moon director Michael Bay in person to accept his honor and share some special surprises with the audience.
Founded in 2010 to honor those influential in creating and building the Transformers franchise, as well as actual "Robots in Disguise," the 2011 Transformers Hall of Fame will induct the two filmmakers who were instrumental in launching the live-action film franchise that brought the Transformers brand to more fans than ever before. Bay and Spielberg will join previous honorees Bob Budiansky, Peter Cullen, Yoke Hideaki and Kojin Ohno in the Transformers Hall of Fame.
Source: Edited Hasbro PR