He swore up and down he’d never go back, but director Michael Bay is indeed making Transformers 4, starring Mark Wahlberg. Now word has come down the next installment will have the Dinobots, which should thrill Transformers fans to no end.
How much do we really pay attention to the actual human villains in the Transformers movies? Do you even remember who played them in the last three installments? Who cares about the little people scrambling around like ants on the ground?
Although it’s hard to imagine a Transformers movie being small, Bay said that he’s going to be "starting off smaller" with the next film, which will be the first in a new trilogy.
He swore he’d never go back, but Transformers 4 is indeed coming to pass with Michael Bay at the helm, and it’s currently slated for a June 27, 2014 release date.
Development picks up on the new film in the wildly popular franchise.
Before his big screen breakthrough in Boogie Nights, most people knew Mark Wahlberg as Mary Mark, the 90’s one hit wonder who also posed in his underwear for Calvin Klein.
Love it or hate it, Transformers is essentially Michael Bay's franchise, and he's made it distinctly his own.
So the big news recently broke that Michael Bay is back for more Transformers fun, and the fourth movie in the series will be hitting theaters in 2014.
Michael Bay - who previously insisted he would have nothing more to do with the wildly popular Transformers franchise - has penned an official letter confirming his participation in the upcoming fourth installment of the property.
After Transformers 3, Michael Bay claimed he was done with the series, yet many felt there wasn't anyone else who could do the franchise justice.
Hasbro, which owns hundreds of toy and game licenses, is currently in talks to produce several more films based on various franchises, including Transformers 4 and 5.
Michael Bay insists he will not be helming Transformers 4 or 5 for Hasbro.