We've been hearing a lot about the human characters Michael Bay wants to join Optimus Prime & Co. in the upcoming Transformers 4, and now we know where Bay wants to set the story—but the reason why is most interesting.
We've heard some scattered tidbits about Michael Bay's non-reboot Transformers 4, but now it looks like the floodgates might've just opened. A fan site says they have a draft of the script, and if it's true, this sounds like the most robot-focused Transformers film yet.
Michael Bay's next Transformers film will definitely be different—with a brand new cast and renewed focus on the 'bots themselves—but just don't call it a reboot. Michael Bay doesn't like that. So what can we expect from the upcoming non-reboot Transformers 4?
Well, that didn't take long. Just a few hours after an alleged script treatment for Michael Bay's Transformers 4 showed up online, the director has taken to the web to respond to the plot points now making the rounds.
After three installments, Michael Bay's Transformers franchise is up for a reboot. We still don't know exactly what to expect, though we have been told it'll be a whole new take on the concept. But now it seems a few old faces might be making the transition to the new-look Transformers.
We thought we'd finally figured out what Michael Bay was cooking up for Transformers 4 thanks to a recent casting report, and now the explosion maestro himself has responded to the rumor. So what'd he have to say?
A couple of weeks ago we heard whispers that Michael Bay's next Transformers flick could star Mark Wahlberg, a rumor that Bay himself promptly quashed. But now it seems Bay might be reconsidering, and we really could be headed for a Marky Mark-headlined Transformers 4 thanks to...well, you people.
There has been a whirlwind of casting rumors surrounding Michael Bay's semi-reboot Transformers 4—and oddly enough it all centered on one guy, Bay-collaborator Mark Wahlberg (The Departed, The Other Guys).
We already know who's going to star in Transformers 4, but the plot of the quasi-reboot has remained a mystery—until now. Luckily director Michael Bay has spilled a major detail on the plot, and it looks like we better get ready for a time-jump.