Transformers 4 producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura has been talking about the new trilogy, which is set to kick off with the fourth instalment of the franchise in 2014. Lorenzo says that he is hoping that Michael Bay will be up for continuing on as director for a further two instalments.
Di Bonaventura was talking to MTV when he explained, "Well, I can't speak for Michael. I hope he would. It would be great. But it's certainly something that, in our design of this, it's gonna be an ongoing story. And so, as long as the audience shows up for us, there's a lot of stories to be told."
He also admitted that they had not completely changed the World of the previous Transformers trilogy, although there are a lot of big differences, "There's a lot of new elements. I wouldn't say that we've completely changed this world, yet it's completely different. And there are new characters, new situations, I don't think we've revisited a single location. Michael has a really great way of approaching this," Lorenzo added.
Transformers 4 will once again be directed by Michael Bay but it will have an all new cast, led by Mark Wahlberg, who has been joined on the cast of the movie by Jack Reynor. Transformers 4 is set to be released on June 27, 2014 in both the US and the UK.