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.