Though I enjoyed the first Transformers film, my problem with the sequels (or rather ONE of my problems with the sequels) was that they fell into a routine and became too predictable. That's why Transformers: Age of Extinction star 's comments during an interview with Access Hollywood are at least somewhat encouraging to hear.
"It’s a completely different stand-alone movie,” he said of the new movie, “it takes place after the third one, after the battle of Chicago. It’s definitely its own story.”
He went on to state that the fourth installment will be different and fresh. Time will tell on these comments; obviously a grain of salt must be administered given the fact that he's trying to promote a film in which he stars. But I would leap for joy if Transformers 4 was actually "fresh."
Wahlberg then went on to talk about a reality show he's co-producing with his brother for A&E. The show is called Wahlburgers, and it will follow Mark's family (primarily his mother and brother Paul) as they try to grow their hamburger business. No, we're not kidding. Unbelievable, yet true.