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he has Already spent a little over a year since ‘Bumblebee’ it came to our cinemas to steal your heart with her delightful proposal spirit eighties in which the giant robots giving each other cakes can coexist, without sweat, with the essence of the cinema of John Hughes. A spin-off model after that we have not returned to have news of the ‘Transformers’.
It is strange, because since Michael Bay took the eternal battle between Autobots and Decepticons to the big screen in 2007, the aftermath have been happening periodically until the release of the tape of Travis Knight. But do not panic, because the people of Paramount Pictures wasn’t going to spoil the opportunity to continue exploiting the franchise of Hasbro.
According to reports Varietythe screenwriters James Vanderbilt —‘The Amazing Spider-Man’— and Joby Harold —‘the Army of the Dead’— are working in two new feature films of the saga. The first of these would be a sort of reset “with a casting larger and a greater sense of scale in regards to the production”, while the other could be set in the same universe that ‘Bumblebee’.
Deadline has expanded the news, stated that the story that is developing Vanderblit could be based on the spin-off ‘Beast Wars’, which already had its own television series, although this is not, nor much less, something secure.
For the moment, there are no directors are related to any of the projects and it is expected that both will renew in full the casts seen to date. is In Paramount continue watching ‘Transformers’ as a priority —the 4,000 million are kneaded at the box office to date may have something to do with it— so we just have to wait and see for where to aim to get back on track the adventures of Optimus Prime, Megatron and company.
The news the Return of ‘Transformers’: in development two new movies that will restart the franchise after ‘Bumblebee’ was originally published in Espinof by Victor Lopez G. .
January 29, 2020
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