ByMusaeb Shaikh, writer at
Confused kid. loves thriller/drama movies.
Musaeb Shaikh

Transformers: age of extinction was a good movie; it earned a little more than a billion dollars. The action sequences in the movie were lovely. We all missed Shea Lebouf in the fourth installment; bumblebee did well in the movie but Shea Lebouf’s character completes bumblebee. Optimus prime and bumblebee got an update and Megatron got a new body and a new name. Drift could transform into a helicopter and Bugati veyron. I enjoyed the action scenes but I didn’t like the story. It was like they made the movie just to earn some bucks. They should bring Shea back.

There have been rumors about various things/ elements that will be present in the fifth installment of the transformers series. Some say Michael bay will direct the movie some say he will not direct the movie. Megan fox and Shea Lebouf will be present in the movie, etc. There is also a debate about the movie’s release date.

A fifth Transformers film was planned for release on June 24, 2016. Bay will return to produce the film, not direct it. In an interview with MTV in December 2014 while promoting his film The Gambler, Walhberg confirmed that he will return for another installment. Voice actor Peter Cullen commented about Transformers 5 and a possible sixth installment stating that both films will go back to more of their original roots. According to his Facebook and Twitter page, composer Steve Jablonsky has said that his involvement for the sequel is still undetermined. In March 2015, it was reported that the studio was in talks with Akiva Goldsman to write the fifth film. In April 2015, Hasbro CEO Brian Goldner confirmed Goldsman's involvement, announcing that Goldsman would be "leading a group of writers to really create a strategic plan around Transformers". Goldner also stated that he "would expect the sequel to Transformers: Age of Extinction to happen in 2017."

A fifth installment, tentatively titled Transformers 5, is set to be released in 2017. Mark Wahlberg is set to return, without Michael Bay directing.


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