Transformers 4 release date set for 27 June 2014

Shia LaBeouf and Josh Duhamel will not return in Transformers sequels Michael Bay has just been attached to direct the fourth film in the successful Transformers franchise, but the new film series and more not to bring back Shia LaBeouf and Josh Duhamel. Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura recently announced that the new project will be a sequel but a reboot, and this explains why it is unlikely that Duhamel and LaBeouf to resume roles.

I think no one will. I know that Shia LaBeouf is not returning. I do not think tires, Rosie Huntington Whiteley and others will do, said Duhamel, 39, E! News.

In 2011, LaBeouf told MTV News that he has no plans to Sat Witwicky reprises his role as Transformers: Dark of the Moon: I will not return for another movie. I imagine they'll do a reboot at some point someone else.

Actor 25-year-old added that he can not imagine seeing someone else dividing the screen with Optimus Prime, Bumblebee and Jazz.

What say you are interested in a new Transformers without actors protagonists?

The fourth film in the franchise "Transformers" will be released to theaters on June 29, 2014 and will be made whole by Michael Bay, director of the first three films in this series SF. Bay signed a contract with Paramount provides pouring two films: "Pain and Gain" and the fourth film in the franchise "Transformers".

"Transformers 4" will go into preproduction stage just after the end of filming for "Pain and Gain", an action feature that will play Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.

Michael Bay is not the only team that launched the franchise "Transformers". Joining him will return and producers with whom he collaborated, and the famous Steven Spielberg as executive producer. The first three films in the franchise 'Transformers' has grossed over $ 2.5 billion worldwide.


In an economy in crisis, producers looking for unique ways to spare a few million dollars. When you have a franchise worth one billion dollars every million counts. Considering the rising costs of special effects, advanced planning solutions for marketing and cancellations of contracts, Paramount consider filming of the fourth and fifth sequels sequentially.

President of Hasbro announced quarterly earnings conference about the company that is actively discussing this strategy with Paramount, with director Michael Bay and producer Steven Spielberg. How Shia LaBeouf will play no further franchise make way for a new face. Is he really that of Jason Statham?

The news of Paramount and Hasbro approached strategy is provided by Variety, citing sources whose site it is possible for two movies instead of one to turn to production.

TRANSFORMERS 4 and 5 will shoot consecutively

Tactic has paid off, if we look at the films Matrix Reloaded and Matrix: Revolutions, and the last two franchise sequels Harry Potter and Twilight series (Movies Fast Fast Six and Seven of director Justin Lin are likely to grab same way). This strategy ensures success in several ways:

In terms of creativity, anyone can agree and develop the narrative for two films simultaneously. Screenwriter Ehren Kruger (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Transformers: Dark of the Moon) is said to have ideas that are approved with sacred studio, but it just started creative meetings with writers.

Michael Bay, who is currently enrolled on the list only with Spielberg as executive producer, says he plans to direct, if time will permit, its Draft soul, "Pain and Gain". Also, Bay is creative consultant to Transformers: The 3D Ride at Universal Studios Hollywood to start filming next spring. Planning two films without little break would be a task easier for everyone.

In terms of contract, crew selection and distribution for the two films would save time and money than if they would renegotiate contracts between shots. A familiar face of the franchise is clearly out of the equation, since Shia LaBeouf has withdrawn from distribution. This gives a free hand to put one nine studios Paramount franchise stamp and allows writers to take more freedom in creating narrative. May the aforementioned Jason Statham is on the radar, but was not made any offer yet.

Finally, planning marketing advantage of two consecutive films company keeps the money in the bank Hasbro and Paramount Studios, the place warm. Company producing toys had grossed over one billion dollars just from the sale of toys, not to put the account and the first two films. Hasbro said profit increased 10% from last year, which is largely due to sales of toys inspired by movies Trasformers.

Although the company plans to make movies feature film and other products, such as Micronauts, Candyland, Risk, Stretch Srmstrong, Clue, Monopoly, Ouija and Battleship, no plans yet to turn into film producer, also Marvel Studios. Goldner, president, seems content to deal with toys, while studios engaged in the manufacture of films. To me, understanding it went great so far.

UPDATE 12/19/2011: Michael Bay wrote the following about this topic:

For now, not talking to people at Paramount about 4 or Transformers Transformers 5. Consider several possible projects and weighed me better opportunities are offered. Most likely, you direct a low budget film, Pain and Gain, a thriller based on a true story. We finished filming and I think pretty soon we'll have fun. Also, are about to finish 3-disc set of Transformers trilogy.

Transformers 4 Back-to-Back with Transformers 5

After doing well in the box office with the first trilogy, Paramount Pictures and Dreamworks Pictures are developing Transformers 4 and Transformers 5. It seems that the era of bringing toys to life is yet to end. News says that the producers are getting closer into the development of Transformers 4 and that they are planning to shoot it back-to-back with the fifth Transformers. Despite the continuously increasing cost of special effects, tedious contract negotiations, and complex marketing plans, Hasbro is working with Paramount to give you yet another action-packed robot series.

So what's in store with Transformers 5? It will be the second part of another trilogy where the events will be set in Transformers 4. Shooting two films in a short period of time is proven to be advantageous. That was what the creators of The Matrix Reloaded and Revolution did. Planning two films without taking a break is friendlier to everybody's schedule. At present, Ehren Kruger, screenwriter for Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen and Transformers: Dark of the Moon, has a handful of ideas. He has begun meeting with other writers by this time. Michael Bay and Steven Spielberg are more likely to be the head producers.

Paramount Films Transformers 4 Back-to-Back with Transformers 5

Michael Bay is likely to take the director's chair too after some news that he is not going to direct. After all, Spielberg can step in anytime he wants if the circumstances call for it. Bay will have to complete his Pain and Gain before working on the new Transformers series.

The writers are seen to get a lot of freedom about the plot now that Shia LeBeouf is not coming back. Aside from casting Jason Statham in the new trilogy, no other details about the new cast are released. Paramount has marked the final quarters of 2012 as production time for Transformers 4 – and Transformers 5 – so expect the film to be released in 2014. Bay has already confirmed his involvement in the film and that the exact release date is June 29, 2014.

Actor Jason Statham believes that Bay is a talented man. He is not negative about being casted in the franchise but the main issues that he must face are the stuff that are in front of him. We can remember that Statham is linked to Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and that is probably where the rumors came from. In an interview with MTV, Statham said that he doesn't know where those things came from and added that the Internet is a dangerous place where lots of stuff are around.

Another key person, producer Don Murphy, assures the fans that they are going to see a continuing story. So if you are hearing rumors about a reboot, better forget it. Murphy said that he does not know yet where the new trilogy will go to but there are definitely a lot of new things that fans are going to see. Some fans might get disappointed because the next series will not be all about the bots. He added that the Transformers are still there and they did not grow old or got expensive like other actors. And if they do not hurry, there are great chances that Bay will direct the film once again.

So far, the Transformers franchise has earned more than $260 million in the box office putting it on the 7th spot in the highest-grossing film series in the movie industry. The audience has commended the awesomeness of the film but critics have given each movie mixed to negative reviews. The criticisms are concentrated to how the film was written and how the actors performed. There are still a lot to improve in the film. We are going to see if the creators did well in the future Transformer movies. In the mean time, let use leave the creators and let them do their jobs.

The film is still under development. Hopefully, the production does not encounter anything that can impede the film's fruition. Watch out for additional updates regarding the new Transformer series. Check out the trailer upon its release to see how awesome the movie can get. It may seem a long wait, but time passes by fast. Transformers never cease to entertain their fans. Before you know it, Transformers 5 will be released in just a matter of days.