Tom Cruise has been one of the biggest action movie stars to ever hit the big screen, with pretty much everyone in the business wanting to work with the superstar. Now, Transformers director Michael Bay has been talking about the possibility of working with Tom Cruise in the future, with Michael admitting that he actually spoke with Tom in the past, but they could never come to an agreement due to their difference of opinions when it comes to stunts.
Bay was doing an interview with the guys over at Fandango, when he explained to them, "We've talked about. But I told Tom to his face ... I said, 'Tom, I know you rehearse your stunts over and over, but I like sloppy stunts.' So that would be the rub working with us - I wouldn't let him rehearse as much."
He then went on to add, "I like my stunts to be dirty and messy, and not so ... [he sings the Mission: Impossible theme]. Look, with 'Mission: Impossible' I understand you need very choreographed stunts, but I like dirty, sloppy stunts."
As far as the Transformers movie franchise is concerned, Michael Bay has admitted that Transformers: The Last Knight will be the last movie in the franchise that he will direct, as he wants to move on to something new. It will be interesting to see whether a new director comes on board to take over the Transformers franchise or if the studio decide to reboot it.
Transformers: The Last Knight is set to hit the big screen on June 21 in the US and June 22 in the UK.