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Michael Bay Says He'll Hand Off 'Transformers 5' To Another Director – Asked about “Transformers 5” literally a few hours after he finished “Transformers: Age of Exctinction,” and what’s next for the series,Michael Bay quippedhalf-seriously,“There’s a lot that’s unexplored, but that’s for the next director to figure out.” He added, “They’re hard movies to do and it takes every day for two years. 5 years 41 weeks ago via theothersenhman

‘Transformers 5′: Why Michael Bay Should Go “Smaller” With the Next Sequel – Paramount Pictures Nobody was waiting to see how Transformers: Age of Extinction performed before deciding to do a fifth movie. Paramount knew it would wind up with the best opening of 2014, even if they had to allegedly lie about just how much it earned. The studio had previously announced Transformers 5 would arrive in 2016, and although that too might be a lie, the point is that it will be made.

5 years 47 weeks ago via brucelee

‘Transformers 4′ Producer Talks ‘Transformers 5′, ‘G.I. Joe 3′ & More – [NOTE: The following interview contains MINOR SPOILERS for Transformers: Age of Extinction] Optimus Prime and his Autobot allies are back for a new big screen adventure in Transformers: Age of Extinction – and while some longtime fans of the “robots in disguise” still feel burned by Michael Bay’s live-action franchise, the film series continues to rake in massive box office returns. 5 years 48 weeks ago via donnieyen

Paramount Planning a Sequel-Heavy 2016: 'Transformers 5,' 'G.I. Joe 3,' and More

11:49 AM 6/18/2014 by Jeff Giles
Someday, perhaps, franchises will begin falling out of favor in Hollywood. It won't happen anytime soon, however -- especially not at Paramount, where studio execs used a forum at CineEurope to unveil plans for a very sequel-heavy 2016 slate.

Transformers 5 Confirmed For 2016 – Paramount Pictures is in the sequel business, and folks, business is booming. The studio is gearing up for the release of Michael Bay’s Transformers: Age of Extinction, the fourth film in Bay’s lucrative franchise. And while the rest of the summer is filled with semi-original tentpoles like Hercules and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (semi-original in that they are not direct sequels to existing properties), the studio just confirmed a handful of upcoming sequels that will fill its 2016 release calendar. 5 years 49 weeks ago via donnieyen

TRANSFORMERS 5 Coming In 2017! Plus, Cool AGE OF EXTINCTION Concept Art – Images that appear to be from a Hasbro slideshow presentation have leaked. They were posted on an Australian website, They include a calendar for upcoming Transformers projects. Most importantly, they confirm a Transformers 5 live-action film is planned for release in the second quarter of 2017. There's even a preliminary logo. 6 years 7 weeks ago via donnieyen

Michael Bay Will Probably Say Yes To 'Transformers 4'

2:12 PM 12/7/2011 by Binh Ngo
On Tuesday, Dec. 6, Vulture reported that Michael Bay is in "final negotiations to direct a new Transformers film," however, in the early hours of the following day, Bay debunked that report on his own message board.

Michael Bay Still Undecided on 'Transformers 4' – Don't believe the hype -- yet, anyway: "Studio's [sic] are passing rumors but I'm not sure what I'm doing? I know I'm going to do Pain and Gain early spring but that's it for right now. I'm leaving all my options on the table. I've got several Studio meetings in the next two weeks." 8 years 24 weeks ago via jetli

Michael Bay Will Direct Fourth 'Transformers' Film – Michael Bay is in final negotiations to direct a new Transformers film, insiders tell Vulture. 8 years 25 weeks ago via jetli

Steven Spielberg wants Michael Bay to do another 'Transformers' – Even though he swore he was done, Michael Bay has been in talks with the studio about coming back for another TRANSFORMERS. The films are so immensely profitable, it's a no-brainer that they will keep being made, and obviously they'd like to keep the formula the same, and that means Bay.

8 years 25 weeks ago via jackiechan
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