Who will be directing “Transformers 5” movie? This is one of the biggest questions that is hanging in the minds of thousands of fans and viewers. No official confirmation has been received yet as to who will be at the controls in the making of “Transformers 5.” Michael Bay, on the other hand, is still adamant to not get involved in the making of this movie.
According to vinerport.com, Bay has recently posted online that he still does not have any commitment towards “Transformers 5” and that he is still in talks with Steven, and sorting out the options.
Speaking of the writing department of the movie, the fifth episode of Transformers will be written by Akiva Goldsman, who is at the controls of the writing department, which comprises some of the best writers that are there in Hollywood, including Christina Hudson of “The Fugitive,” Gabriel Ferrari of “Ant-Man,” Geneva Robertson-Dworet of “Hibernation,” and Lindsey Beer of “Short Circuit.”
According to news that has been released recently, all these writers have met to finalize the path the story will move on and that they have come up with a tangible plan. There is a hint for you all; according to a leaked report, Mark Wahlberg will be back as Cade Yeager.
Gabriel Ferrari and Andrew Barrer, who wrote the storyline for “Ant Man,” have been picked to pen down the section for animated part of “Transformers 5.” Some points from the storyline will be released to create the mystery and generate curiosity among fans after the final idea is given a green signal by Steven Spielberg.
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According to screenrant.com, it has been proposed that Goldsman should come out with a write up of an animated feature first and the overall structure of the story will be developed later on.
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