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So wie Transformers Cars auf Facebook gerade bekannt gegeben hat, besteht die Möglichkeit, das Tyrese Gibson als Sargent Epps zu Transformers 5 zurück kehrt. Zumindest hat er in einem Interview mit der Seite gesagt, das er bereit ist. Unter den Links findet ihr das ganze Interview.
"Goldsman is in deep negotiations to develop Transformers sequels and spinoffs with Michael Bay, who directed all four films in the franchise and could really stand to hand the reins to someone else, as well as producer Lorenzo di Bonventura and executive producer Steven Spielberg" says TheWrap. "The Transformers expansion signals that Paramount is serious about competing with its studio peers when it comes to broadening big franchise properties."
AuĂźerdem heiĂźt es, das Michael Bay eventuell doch den 5, Transformers machen wird. Aber nur wenn er die laufenden Projekte abgeschlossen hat.
Paramount Pictures wants more Transformers. Taking a page from Foxâ€™s incubation of three Avatar sequels and what Disney is doing to revive Star Wars with a sequels and spinoffs, the studio is negotiating with Akiva Goldsman to work with franchise director Michael Bay, exec producer Steven Spielberg and producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura to organize a â€śwriterâ€™s roomâ€ť that will incubate ideas for a potential multi-part Transformers sequel, and come up with potential spinoff films based on the billion dollar franchise culled from the Hasbro toy line.
Hollywood PalladiumThough Goldsman is the Oscar winning writer of A Beautiful Mind and many other big pics, I donâ€™t get the impression the deal being negotiated calls for him to write one of these films. His will be an oversight role to secure writers and hatch the movies theyâ€™ll script. This is happening very quickly. Bay, who has directed all four Transformers films and most recently helmed Transformers: Age Of Extinction, is readying to next direct the Benghazi siege drama 13 Hours. Heâ€™d like to have something hammered out when he completes production so that the next Transformers pic can move forward quickly.
TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTIONThis is a major priority for new Motion Picture Group president Marc Evans, whoâ€™s tasked with getting more movies made. It marks an intriguing new step as studios put even more of a premium on the care and feeding of tent pole franchises.
"There is a sense that Transformers movies are going into a darker area" stated Mr. Cullen. "I think I brought the concern to the movie studio and certainly to the writers. Perhapsâ€¦Transformers 5 and 6 movies will go back more to its roots. There was an occasion where one line [in Transformers: Age Of Extinction] which Optimus Prime had, I did not want to say. It was my gut instinct and certainly my commitment to the characterâ€¦ not to say the line. But I was told to say. You canâ€™t fight the big boys. I think you all know what that line was."
In a recent interview with "Transformers: Age of Extinction" producers Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Ian Bryce, Bonaventura wasn't shy about talking about any possibility that there could be a crossover between the "G.I. Joe" and "Transformers" franchises, both owned by Paramount.
"I don't think they run out of stories yet. I think later on that's a possibility but I don't think in the near future at all. It's not something we talked about either. You know, there's a lot more story to be told in both cases," Bonaventura told Games Radar.
He added: "I think if in some moment we all think, 'You know what, it's time to bring the two of them together' then we'll do that, but I think they're strong enough to exist on their own."
We agree, but it would be pretty cool to see Willis and The Rock together again and helping Optimus Prime and the Transformers beat some Decepticons.
Besides, it looks like Paramount needs a replacement for Mark Wahlberg.
Back in September, reports were saying that Wahlberg decided not to reprise his role in the next installment, even though he really kicked butt in "Age of Extinction" and created more "Tranformers" fans now that Megan Fox and Shia LaBeouf are not involved anymore.
So if it's true that Wahlberg is not returning, The Rock and Willis could replace him and be the next action duo to be more involved with the Autobots vs. Decepticons war that's going to be very interesting in the next installment.
Es gab schon so oft diese AnkĂĽndigungen von Seiten Michael Bays, also sollten wir abwarten und auf die ersten Kino Plakate warten.
"I have a great deal of respect for him. He generates a great deal of excitement and energy. He's really a hands-on director. My son is a stunt man and worked in Chicago doing a lot of the driving sequences...he said he's a very, very diligent, hands-on guy. He creates a great deal of energy and puts everybody on their toes. I would certainly miss him. I think he's brilliant, his mind is unbelievable. "
"Michael if you're [reading] this, I certainly hope you are coming back."
"It would be very difficult me to express any of the future on Transformers, but certainly the excitement that it's generated of where it could possibly go is up to anybody to figure out. I don't have access to any of that information."
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Neue Charaktere Rodimus Prime, Vector Prime und Unicron (der bĂ¶se Zwillingsbruder von Optimus Prime)
Fokus auf Optimus' Reise durch den Weltraum, aber wieder mit Cade Yeager (wie auch immer das unter einen Hut gehen soll)
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"Transformers 5 Release Date Set on 2016, Michael Bay Says Will Focus More on Autobots and Decepticons, And Introducing New Characters Rodimus Prime, Vector Prime and Unicron
Though Transformers: Age of Extinction did not exactly meet up to critics' expectations with reasons of a poor, weak plot, excessive visual effects and very bad characters, rumors have been spreading that the Transformers 5 release date has been set for a 2016 premiere. This will be in time for the 30th anniversary since the first Transformer movie came out to the big screen. However, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, producer of the franchise, seems to say otherwise.
On the other hand, director Michael Bay did share his plans for Transformers 5 and that would involve a broad exploration of the Autobots and the Decepticons, a far cry from the action and conspiracy themes the current movies has portrayed. The Transformers 5 movie will also serve as the second movie of Cade Yeager's trilogy, which was played by Mark Wahlberg. The first Transformers movie trilogy had Sam Witwicky, played by Shia LaBeouf, as the main character.
New characters will surely be added to the Transformers 5 movie such as Rodimus Prime, Vector Prime and Unicron. Judging by the names, it would seem that the upcoming movie will be focusing on the Unicron, who is by the way the evil twin brother of Optimus Prime, saga and the origins of our favorite vehicle transforming robots.
Speaking of characters, there have been several rumors that have made their way into the Transformers 5 movie waves and that would include the return of several characters. Yes, it would seem that Shia LaBeouf and Megan Fox may be reprising their roles in the future.
As of the moment there is still no final Transformers 5 release date."
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Bay is delving further into TV with both Last Ship and Starz's Black Sails, which kicked off in January and has filmed its second season. The hands-on producer keeps track of multiple projects from his high-tech screening room in.
"Literally, it looks like NASA mission control,'' he says. "I am always loaded with what's going on. I like to keep my eyes on everything."
The Bay streak continues with the horror film Ouija (out Oct. 24)and sci-fi thriller Project Almanac (Jan. 30, 2015), both of which he produced, and he's working on another undisclosed TV project. Bay, 49, believes he will pass the baton for future Transformer movies to a new director while he turns his focus elsewhere.
"There's kind of a new chapter, a new direction in movies I want to make," says Bay, who is eyeing a passion project, a documentary on elephant poaching. "I have a lot of stories to tell. And it's about flexing new muscles."
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