Following last week's international spot, Open Road Films has released the first U.S. trailer for the upcoming live-action Max Steel movie.
The first look at the rebooted Mattel property's big-screen adaptation gives us a glimpse of Max's armor and sidekick.
Comics came first for Tom Pinchuk, but working in animation has changed the way he writes Mattel's "Max Steel" for the printed page.
The action figure franchise steps toward the live-action realm, with Ben Winchell in the title role.
Max Steel director Stewart Handler has begun testing young actors and actresses for the adaptation of the Mattel property.
Toy giant Mattel has launched its own in-house production company, Playground Pictures, which will come out of the gate with a new animated venture called Hot Wheels: The Origin of Awesome.
Mattel has announced its Max Steel film is moving forward, with Stewart Hendler directing from a script by Christopher Yost.
Mattel is moving forward with Max Steel as a multimedia franchise, with a Disney XD animated series, live-action short, video game, toy line and comic books.
As far as whistleblowing goes, a leaked email revealing upcoming projects from Paramount Pictures may not be up there in terms of making the world a better place, but it makes for interesting reading nonetheless.