Last night, during a preview fan event of Transformers: The Last Knight at London’s Cineworld IMAX in Leicester Square, director Michael Bay announced
During the 30 minute footage preview of Bay’s upcoming Transformer movie, he appeared on screen in a pre-recorded video to deliver the news to excited fans, he revealed the new stories had been agonised over during the development process for ‘The Last Knight’ to lay the groundwork for the future of the series. There was an announcement last month that director Travis Knight has signed up to take the helm on the Bumblebee spin-off; that’s one down with another thirteen to go.
Transformers: The Last Knight is Bay’s last outing as director on the franchise after taking the helm on all five of the films in the franchise to date, but he went on to say he plans on going out on a high as he announced that The Last Knight had been shot in IMAX 3D using bespoke cameras.
As for another fourteen stories, do we really need them? It may be a successful franchise but the overload could potentially kill the franchise. Spin-offs will definitely feature highly on the agenda but they could be at a very high risk of just repeating the formulaic plot with added spectacular visuals, Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Last week HeyUGuys Dave Sztypuljak was flown out to LA to undertake a few Transformers: The Last Knight interviews and also saw the footage at CinemaCon. Check out the HeyUGuys Mouth Off to find out what we thought.