Transforms into: Microscope
Perceptor is a scientist, one of the most brilliant minds the whole of Cybertron can offer. He is always looking to learn more, and his discoveries have proven invaluable time and time again. Though his specialties lie in metallurgy, electrical engineering, and other sciences closely related to Transformer physiology, his thirst for knowledge has made him kind of a scientific jack-of-all-trades.
He’s no warrior but his insight and intellect would be a nice addition to the autobot roster. Plus he’s the one who was responsible for designing and creating the Dinobots.
Transforms into: Land Rover Defender
Brawn was one of the original eighteen Authobots on the cartoon and one of the strongest despite his size. Although he is smaller than most of the other Autbots, he is second in physical strength only to Optimus Prime.
Seeing as how the Decepticons usually always have way more powerful and cooler transformers, Brawn would be a powerful and interesting character to have on the big screen.
9. The Insecticons
Transforms into: Insects
Although the insectacons were recruited by Megatron and follow the Decepticons, they are highly independent and are for the most part loose cannons. That makes for good watchins.
Blaster’s transformation is an AM/FM Stereo Cassette Player or ghettoblaster, hence the name. Blaster was a popular character from the original series. He is a member of the Autobot communications sub-group and is the Autobots’ answer to the evil Decepticon Soundwave. He also has the ability to eject various tape warriors within his deck, including (Steeljaw, Ramhorn, Rewind and Eject).
Screw Soundswave. Blaster is the shit. An Autobot with a charismatic disc-jockey attitude is a welcome addition after the demise Jazz.
Long story short. Skyfire was scientist back on Cybertron and worked with Starscream. They went on a research mission to a new planet called earth, where Skyfire was caught in a polar wind storm and burried alive. Millions of years later when the Decepticons returned they found and reannimated him. He then joined Megatron but soon began to question his allgiance. After several battles with Starscream, Thundercracker and Megatron, a wounded Skyfire left the Decepticons to join the Autobots and become one of their most eager, fastest and most valuable warriors.
Transforms into: Cybertronian pickup truck
Kup serves as something of a mentor to the more rebellious and youthful fellow Autobots. He is also said to be among the oldest of the Transformers. Kup is famous for constantly rambling on about all of his glorious war stories. With his age, wisdom and years of experience he becomes Grimlocks favorite transformer due to his mezmorization tales.
Transforms into: Tank, MiG jet
Blitzwing is a Decepticon triple changer – capable of transforming into a Type 74 main battle tank and a MiG-25 jet fighter. His fellow Decepticon triple changers are Astrotrain and Octane.
A battle-loving Decepticon warrior, Blitzwing frequently uses his jet mode to strafe land-bound Autobots, then quickly transforms to tank mode to finish them off with his powerful energy mortar. In robot mode, he prefers to use his electron scimitar to fight foes one on one.
4. Omega Supreme
Transforms into: Tank, Rocket base with orbiting laser rocket,
Known for his great strength and greater courage, Omega Supreme is the Autobots’ last line of defense against the Decepticons. He will stand unwaveringly against overwhelming odds, and although outwardly grim, he is known by those with enough insight to actually relish the enormity of his task – Omega knows that if he falls, it is unlikely there will be any remaining Autobots to take his place, but he would not have it any other way.
Having a transformer with this much size, power and diversity on the big screen would be unreal.
Transforms into: Lazer connon
With vast strength but questionable sanity, Galvatron’s primary weapon is his particle accelerator cannon, mounted on his right arm, which can fire blasts of assorted types, including electrochemical energy and particle beams. He transforms into a futuristic laser-cannon emplacement (similar to a Howitzer) and can, on rare occasions, assume the form of a laser pistol, shrinking as he does so to allow other beings to wield him.
On the Decepticons return journey to Cyberon following their attack on Autobot City in the Earth year 2005, a mortally wounded, but still functional Megatron was jettisoned into space along with several other fallen Decepticons in order to reduce Astrotrain’s mass to reach Cybertron. The end seemed to be near for Megatron — but it was not to be, as he summoned by Unicron, who made him an offer – in return for Megatron’s service, he would give him a new body and new troops to command. Megatron initially refused, enraged at the thought of being Unicron’s servant. However, faced with obliteration as his only alternative, Megatron reluctantly accepted Unicron’s offer, and was reformatted as Galvatron.
It makes sense that since Megatrons body was destroyed by the AllSpark in the first movie that should he return they bring him back exactly like they did in the animated movie.
2. Grimlock and the Dinobots
Transforms into: Mechanical T-Rex
Grimlock is among the strongest of the Transformers, possibly an equal to, or even superior to Optimus Prime and Megatron in certain continuities. In T-Rex mode, his powerful jaws can snap virtually anything that comes between them – from steel cables to a Decepticon limb. He also can shoot an energy ray from his mouth. In robot mode, Grimlock wields an energo-sword, whose blade is sheathed in crackling energon and can slice a two-foot thick concrete wall in one slash. He also uses a double-barreled, self-propelled rocket launcher.
Seeing how most of the Autobots are pretty much enormous pussies compared to the Decepticons, having Grimlock and the Dinobots show up would give a little leverage and attitude to the good guys.
Transforms into: A massive planet
Known as the “chaos bringer” Unicron was created shortly after the dawn of time. He is the most massive and deadly of all Transformers. His goal is to absorb the Universe; planet by planet, solar system by solar system. With each world he devours, he grows in size, strength, energy, knowledge and power. He carries out the assimilation these worlds with total ambivalence to the lives of those he destroys. His origin is quite mysterious and yet somehow absolutely connected to the planet and inhabitants of Cybertron.
This will never, ever happen and if Michael Bay somehow surprises me and does bring Unicron to the big screen, I’m sure it won’t be the Unicron that we all grew up loving.