“Transformers 5,” which is all set to be released in the year 2017, has already been into much hype after the film’s storyline is revealed. Much anticipation buds out amongst the film’s fan following with the fact that some new robots are likely to be introduced into the next version.
Gaining huge commercial success, a confirmation has come from the president of Hasbro Studios Steven J. Davis that film’s next few versions are already into the pipeline.
Also, “Transformers 5” will depict the protagonist “Optimus Prime” in an entirely new form. Some novel robots including, “Scourge,” “Override,” “Red Alert,” “Cyclonus” and “Blitzwing” might be seen in the film, particularly with “Ultra Magnus.”
While “Day Herald” has hinted about the movie that “Optimus” Prime will be seen in combat with the “Quintessons”, the originators of “Autobots.” It has also been revealed that the upcoming movie will be built around two story plots.
The first part is likely to be based on “Cade Yeager” (Mark Wahlberg) depicting how he save the earth and grouped with “Dinobots.” Whereas, the second part will most probably be about “Optimus Prime.” This segment will portray his quest for “Quintessons” or their originators.
However, it has also been revealed that entry of a new villain might be a major attraction for the fans. The villain is said to be “Unicron” also known as the “chaos bringer” in “Transformers universe.” The bad man is said to be powerful who gain more energies and vigor by engulfing planets and solar system.
It has also been confirmed that the film will be directed by American filmmaker Michael Bay.
“Well, you’re gonna see a new Transformers movie coming from Hasbro and Paramount and Michael Bay and our other partners”, Davis said.
It has also been into news that next ten years of “Transformers” franchise has been plotted in a workshop of writers headed by Akiva Goldsman, the Academy Award winner for Best Adapted Screenplay for the 2001 film, “A Beautiful Mind.” The official release date of the film is still under speculations; the project will begin from 2016.
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