This week we learned that three giant fighting robot movies were indeed not enough, and that we will in fact be getting a fourth Transformers flick in 2014. We also heard that Michael Bay will return to attempt something audacious even for him: rebooting his own franchise. But exactly what does "reboot" mean here?
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?
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.
Whether you want it or not, Transformers 4 is happening. Michael Bay is wasting no time finding a new face for the franchise. Instead of going with a young unknown, the director's eyeing a more established actor.
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.
Some new casting details for Michael Bay's Transformers 4 confirm some major details about the plot—and not surprisingly Bay is looking to cast some hot young people to star in the reboot. It's nice to know some things never change.
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.
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.