Paramount Says Transformers 5 & 6 Depends On The Success Of Transformers 4 Age Of Extinction

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Couple of days ago, we brought you the news of Chinese Brand Product Placement on Transformers: Age Of Extinction. But that’s not all Mr. Rob Moore; a Top Executive at Paramount Pictures had to say. The full interview video is now available online at M1905.

Rob Moore states that Paramount Pictures would love to produce Transformers 5 and 6, however they are waiting to see the success of Transformers: Age Of Extinction first. Mr. Moore also said that they changed the mind of Director Michael Bay (who previously said Transformers: Dark Of The Moon is his last Transformers movie) by giving him a new Challenge. Mr. Bay was given the opportunity to film at locations never before done for a Hollywood movie and with a brand new set of Cast members including Chinese actors.

Regarding Chinese actors, Rob Moore says that they brought in superstar Han Geng. His popularity may boost the success of TF4 for the Asian region. Li Bingbing is another Asian actress who will play a vital role in the upcoming movie. Four newcomers were also included (who won the reality show) and they had the pleasure of working with veteran Hollywood actors such as Mark Wahlberg and Stanley Tucci.

Locations were selected by Chinese Officials who suggested places to shoot when the TF: AOE crew presented them with what they need for specific scenes.

You can watch the full Interview at M1905.

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  1. UltraAlanMagnus's Avatar UltraAlanMagnus says

    I Guess this Confirms that Number 6 will be the last.

    Cant wait what Number 5 will also hold.

  2. BowserTheSecond's Avatar BowserTheSecond says

    This film is obviously gonna gross $800 million at the very minimum.

  3. JohnRedcorn's Avatar JohnRedcorn says

    In other words... they don't have high hopes for this movie.

  4. Lazerwave's Avatar Lazerwave says

    After the Dinobots are in the 4th, I don't think I want another Transformer movie. Unless they put in Prowl.

  5. Lbsammills51's Avatar Lbsammills51 says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by JohnRedcorn View Post
    In other words... they don't have high hopes for this movie.
    I doubt that. Seriously, this is a film franchise that includes RotF.

    I think it's more likely they thinking of (or straight up wanting to) reboot the franchise already, with or without Bay, rather than keep this universe going through a fifth and sixth film, but will keep going if 4 does the usual and/or really good numbers, meaning they interpret that as the audience not tiring of this particular set of characters and is willing to follow them through more films in the same universe, rather than starting over and offering something "new."

  6. Ravenxl7's Avatar Ravenxl7 says

    While I have no interest in seeing this movie series continue, I have to admit, It's nice to see a studio speaking sensibly about the potential for sequels, rather than the usual "oh, we're already working on the next three" bullshit we normally hear. I loved The Amazing Spider-Man, but I hated the fact that they were already planning the sequel while still filming the first... and now the sequel sounds like it's going to be absolute shit...

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