The American filmmaker Michael Bay, who is mainly known for his superhit blockbuster movies like “Pearl Harbor” and “Transformers” film series, confirmed on Oct. 31, 2014 that he would be producing “Transformers 5” instead of directing it. Akiva Goldsman and Jeff Pinkner were declared in July this year that they would be writing the scripts. However, some recent reports claim that Goldsman isn’t going to directly take the onus of writing the scripts. Read On!
We are far away from the release of much-anticipated movie “Transformers 5,” hence, it is very early to say much about the plot. According to Enstarz.com, the 53-year-old Oscar winner (for 2001 film “A Beautiful Mind”) Goldsman will be the supervisor for “Transformers 5.” He is reportedly going to be supervising the writing teams for G I Joe and designing the Micronauts.
Day Herald also confirmed about the commencement of working by the writers’ room on the plot of “Transformers 5” and the creators are said to have brought in Cobra Commander, Micronauts and Optimus Prime.
The President of Hasbro, Stephen j Davis already divulged some updates surrounding the development of “Transformers 5.” According to him, the writing process for the upcoming movie is very near to the end. This gives ample hints that the foundation of the plot is created, which might be left with some small changes.
On the other hand, Comic Book published that at Hasbro’s Investor Day, Deborah Thomas (CEO of Hasbro) and CFO Brian Goldner had presented some updates on their upcoming product lines, and shared the logo for fifth installation of Transformers franchise.
The release date for “Transformers 5” is yet to be confirmed but there is a probability for the movie to hit the global theaters anytime in 2017.
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