‘Transformers 5’ Update: Actor Mark Ryan Reveals Details

By Ila Samant | 1 year ago
‘Transformers 5’ Update: Actor Mark Ryan Reveals Details

Olivus Prime, who happens to be 2005 Boards Members of the TFW Forums, came across actor Mark Ryan at this year’s “Wings and Wheels” at the UK. They ended up having a pleasant conversation, and Mark Ryan poured out some interesting information about “Transformer 5.” Read on to get the complete story.

The 59 year old actor who was a guest with Transformers Car Hire at the motoring and airshow event, talked about what inspired him for “Jetfire,” the hard work he had put into “Lockdown” and also gave some insight into the progress of “Transformers 5.”


Ryan said that his performance in “Revenge of the Fallen’s Jetfire” was inspired by his friend Ray Winstone. Winstone apparently even claimed a beer after watching the movie.

Ryan talked about the challenges he faced in terms of his character in “Lockdown.” Initially, he was skeptical about the approach he should possess towards the character. He shared a funny fact by saying that he got the idea for the voice of the character, which he used when Ratchet was killed, when a Jaguar advert stopped by his hotel room. Everyone was left awestruck.

He gave a brief spark for the “Transformers” fans by saying that the filming of the fifth installment has been scheduled to begin next year. He also revealed that “Transformers 5” will be having dual directions this time. The focus of one of the directions would be on Cade and co.

A lot of speculations based on this piece of information is going on among fans. Some predict that the focus on Cade and company would include the Autobots on Earth and whatever threats come to them.

Olivus Prime further praised Ryan by saying, “He was an incredibly polite and enthusiastic chap who chatted to me for a fair amount of time,” reported Tformers.

There you have it for the latest news on “Mark Ryan and Transformer 5”. Follow Movie News Guide (MNG) for more updates on your favorite celebrities, TV shows and movies.

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