Michael Bay, the director behind the "Transformers" franchise, was out to celebrate the open of the "Transformers: The Ride-3D" at Universal Studios Hollywood and took a moment to speak with the LA Times about the upcoming fourth and final "Transformers" film.
“It’s not a reboot," the director clarified. "That’s maybe the wrong word. I don’t want to say 'reboot' because then people will think we’re doing a 'Spider-Man' and starting from the beginning. We’re not. We’re taking the story that you’ve seen — the story we’ve told in three movies already — and we’re taking it in a new direction. But we’re leaving those three as the history. It all still counts... We’re moving on to something different.”
The film will feature a new cast and a portion of the story may take place in space.
"That feels like the way to go, doesn’t it?" he said. "I want to go a little off [the planet] but I don’t want to go too sci-fi. I still want to keep it grounded."
Ehren Kruger is currently drafting a script for a $165 million budget.
Look for "Transformers 4" in AMC Theatres on June 27, 2014.
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