Travis Knight

Uncharted: Venom Director Ruben Fleischer May Now Direct

'Uncharted': 'Venom' Director Ruben Fleischer May Now Direct

Russell, Neil Burger, Shawn Levy, and Travis Knight, the latter having been the most recent to exit due to scheduling conflicts The film will star Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg Fleischer has also directed Zombieland, 30 Minutes or Less and Gangster Squad His most recent film was Zombieland: Double Tap.Uncharted is one of the most[...]

Bumblebee: Fun for Everyone Wish it Had Been Sooner [Review]

'Bumblebee': Fun for Everyone, Wish it Had Been Sooner [Review]

Travis Knight and Christina Hodson are the pair that Transformers fans have to thank for all of it, as Knight brings Hodson's beautiful screenplay to live with zeal Again- there is so much heart and soul put into this film that you can't help but smile through the whole thing Visually you can actually tell[...]

Bumblebee Drops a New Trailer and it Looks Incredible

Bumblebee Drops a New Trailer, and it Looks Incredible

Directed by Travis Knight, it opens in theaters on December 21st. Bumblebee is going to blow us Transformers fans away.The film dropped a new trailer last tonight, and in it is our best look at what the story entails, furthers the bond between Bumblebee and Charlie (Hailee Steinfeld), and has some of the best looking[...]

Meet Travis Knight Director of Bumblebee in New Featurette

Meet Travis Knight, Director of 'Bumblebee', in New Featurette

Paramount Pictures has released a new featurette for their upcoming Transformers spinoff film Bumblebee introducing director Travis Knight.Knight previously was part of the stop-motion animation company Laika that brought Oscar-nominated film Kubo and the Two Strings to life before he joined the Paramount franchise Travis says he approaches filmmaking as storytelling -- as sharing stories.The new featurette talks[...]

Report: Travis Knight To Direct Transformers Bumblebee Spinoff

Report: Travis Knight To Direct Transformers Bumblebee Spinoff

And according to schedule-themed Hollywood gossip site Deadline, that movie will be directed by Travis Knight, who was the director of the Oscar-nominated stop-motion animated film Kubo and the Two Strings, which you may be familiar with from seeing it during the Academy Awards show and saying to yourself, "what the heck is that movie[...]

Crafting An Epic &#8211 A Kubo And The Two Strings Featurette

Crafting An Epic – A Kubo And The Two Strings Featurette

Among those interviewed are George Takei, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa and director Travis Knight The video goes into the way the look of the film was crafted and the influences from Akira Kurosowa to origami. The cast and crew talk about making Kubo and the Two Strings something more than just a stop-motion samurai film[...]