Transformers Makers Have Long Term Plan For The Franchise
Yes, you all have heard it right. The “Transformers” franchise is in plans to come out with more sequels after their latest upcoming instalment “Transformers 5.” The rumours that are floating around are not baseless as Stephen J. Davis was heard as saying during a recent interview that the franchise is in plans to come up with 6, 7 and 8 sequel for the movie Transformers. Read on for more details.
According to The Malay Mail Online, the news about coming out with more sequels was disclosed by Davis during a recent interview. It was when he also spoke about the room that has been created for writers by the company that has many top notch screenwriters as well.
Fans, viewers and critics all around are aware of the room that has been created for writers for quite some time now. The room is controlled by Akiva Goldsman, and there are well-known writers including Gabriel Ferrari and Andrew Barrer (“Ant-Man”), Jeff Pinkner (“Amazing Spider-Man 2,” “Fringe,” Lost”), Matt Holloway and Art Marcum (“Ironman”),Robert Kirkman (“The Walking Dead”), Geneva Robertson and Christina Hodson (“Black List”) and Lindsey Beer, who has done major in science from Stanford.
Davis is also taking care of the work of licensing the content. He found some time to speak about the technique used by them to bring all these writers together and make them work together and develop a roadmap on how this franchise should look like in future.
According to io9, the fact that Paramount pictures and Hasbro have earned a considerable amount of money through Transformers, it stands as a guarantee that the franchise will not go anywhere any soon.
This is a win-win situation for all use, including fans and viewers. They will get some good quality action and adventure and the makers of the movie will make their pockets heavy.
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