Greg Mooradian to Lead Hasbro’s Allspark Pictures Film Division

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Luke Jones is a Transformers guy! Sometimes he calls himself "Dracula." It's because he thinks it's funny. He lives in Arkansas and likes cats, hiking, and Famicom.
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According to an article in Variety magazine, Hasbro has tapped Greg Mooradian to lead its new Allspark Pictures film division. Mooradian is currently employed by Fox 2000, and has had experience working for Paramount on movies like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, G.I. Joe, and Transformers. So what does this mean for Hasbro’s relationship with Paramount? More details after the break.

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Hasbro Applies for New Trademark: Allspark Animation!

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Steve has been a member of the Allspark community since 2003. Spending part of his childhood abroad, he grew up watching a crazy combination of old and new cartoons like Beast Wars/Machines, Saint Seiya, various Gundam anime, Gargoyles, Dragon Ball Z, ThunderCats, Japan's Generation 1, Doug, and Batman Beyond to name a few.
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In an effort to continue to assert their foothold in the film and television industry, Hasbro has applied for a new trademark—Allspark Animation—at the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

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Paramount Pictures and Hasbro Unveil Top Talent Writers Room

PARAMOUNT PICTURES AND HASBRO TAP AWARD-WINNING GROUP OF WRITERS TO CREATE CROSS-PROPERTY FILM UNIVERSE   WRITERS ROOM LEAD BY OSCAR WINNER AKIVA GOLDSMAN WILL DEVELOP STORIES FOR HASBRO BRANDS G.I. JOE, MICRONAUTS, VISIONARIES, M.A.S.K. AND ROM   HOLLYWOOD, CA (April 21, 2016) – Paramount Pictures and Hasbro, Inc. today unveiled its top talent writers room which will have responsibility for […]

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Transformers Films 5, 6, and 7 Get Theatrical Release Dates!

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Chris Patrick (Random Items) is a fan of all things vintage and retro, with a particular fondness for 1980s robots, classic video games, and anything that blends those two things.

Chris joined the Allspark community in 2002 and has been a member of the News and Content team since 2014.
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Hope you’re ready for more big screen robot mayhem, as we now have release dates for the nest three Transformers films!

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Allspark Pictures to combine M.A.S.K, G.I. Joe, Visionaries, Micronauts and ROM Into a Single Movie Universe

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Greg is the owner and operator of The Allspark website and social media. Since 1999, The Allspark has provided up to date news, information and discussion about Transformers, Comics, Video Games and everything in between.
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HOLLYWOOD–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Paramount Pictures and Hasbro, Inc. announced a groundbreaking deal today to collaborate on feature films for five of Hasbro’s iconic properties. Under the agreement, Paramount and Allspark Pictures, Hasbro’s film label, will establish a cross-property interconnected onscreen universe, featuring the deep stories and great characters from Hasbro brands G.I. Joe, Micronauts, Visionaries, M.A.S.K. (Mobile Armored Strike Kommand) and […]

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Hasbro Appoints Stephen Davis to Newly-Created Chief Content Officer Position

Hasbro has just recently appointed Stephen Davis to a newly created “chief of content” position. He will be in charge of handling Allspark Pictures and the Bay Transformers films as stated in the press release below.  He will also retain oversight of the Company’s Los Angeles-based Hasbro Studios, the global licensing and publishing teams, in-house commercial production at Cakemix Studios […]

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My Little Pony Movie trotting to theaters in 2017

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Chris Patrick (Random Items) is a fan of all things vintage and retro, with a particular fondness for 1980s robots, classic video games, and anything that blends those two things.

Chris joined the Allspark community in 2002 and has been a member of the News and Content team since 2014.
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Entertainment trade website variety reports Hasbro has greenlit a big screen pony adventure, due out in three years.

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