There is good news for fans of “Transformers 5” as Unicron will be seen as the bad man personifying devil. Where “Transformers: The Age of Extinction” sequel is set to be released in 2016, apprehensions about the film’s villain, is brought to an end.
Unicron was a villain who they have been holding back for some time now and it was a tough one to pull off because Unicron is a giant planet like Galctus and once you go there, there is no coming back, says Jim Vejvoda and Chris Carie in an interview given to IGN’s Keepin’ It Reel. Believed to be a huge transformer, this character’s power will be depicted in grand style.
While the film’s release has been awaited for a long time, it has also been revealed at the sequel will most probably be based on two contrasting developments spun around varying storylines. The former set of incidents in the film will be based on Cade Yeager and the mortal lands. However, the second part will deal with voyage of Optimus Prime, as he goes on an exploration in search for his originators, known as the Quintessons. The shooting for ‘Transformers 5″ is expected to begin next year.
In an interview with USA Today, director Michael Bay, says, “There is some kind of fresh chapter, a latest direction in films that I want to create. I have so many stories to share and it is about doubling up new muscles”.
Since the day the first part of the film has been released, box-office success has also been associated to it. So far, all versions have done well together by gathering a huge fan following. “Transformers Five” will therefore be the last chapter.
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