'Transformers 4' director Michael Bay discusses his return to the franchise, where the story will pick up, and Peter Cullen coming back to voice Optimus Prime.
Hasbro executives claim that 'Transformers 4' will feature a new cast of robot characters - after 'Transformers 3' toy sales performed below expectations.
Michael Bay clarifies that 'Transformers 4' will not be a reboot, per se - while also hinting that part of the film could take place off-planet. We also have a cool fan-poster to share.
In an interview, Transformers movie director Michael Bay let it be known that 'Transformers 4' will be his last with the franchise, and that new robot designs and cast members are in the works.
Inside word on Michael Bay's 'Transformers 4' is that it will be a direct (albeit, rebooting) sequel to 'Dark of the Moon' and also feature less comedy.
Michael Bay confirms he will return for 'Transformer 4' and producer, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, offers up even more 'Transformers' details - including how the film 'reboot' fits into the existing franchise continuity.
After expressing a desire to move on from the Transformers franchise, director Michael Bay is negotiating to return for Transformers 4 under one condition.
J.J. Abrams' 'Star Trek 2' has officially been pushed back to 2013. Meanwhile, 'Paranormal Activity 4' and 'Transformers 4' are definitely on the way.
'Transformers' 4&5 could be shot at once - and Jason Statham is being eyed to serve as the franchise's new leading man.
Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner discusses the current status of 'Transformers 4', the 'Ouija' board game movie, and several other projects.
Producer Don Murphy explains that 'Transformers 4' will kick-off a second trilogy of films, continuing the current series and will still include a human cast.