Bumblebee Director Travis Knight Wants Cybertron-Set Sequel

Bumblebee Director Travis Knight Wants Cybertron-Set Sequel

Bumblebee is one of the best Transformers movies in a long time, so we recommend that you head out to see it.

The latest Transformers installment Bumblebee takes you back to the beginning on why and how the Transformers came to earth. Which brings us to this, the film’s director Travis Knight want to follow this one with a movie about the fall of Cybertron. Read on for more details…

CelebNMovies247.com reports that a movie about the fall of Cybertron sounds like a great idea to dig into why the Autobots and the Decepticons fell out and started a war.

Bumblebee released in theaters over the holiday weekend. It is also dubbed the beginning of a new future for Transformers on the big screen.

During his press tour for Bumblebee director, Travis Knight wants to see a computer-animated movie about the fall of Cybertron.

Knight told ScreenRant:

Well, actually it would be wholly animated because the beginning of the movie is completely animated.” said Mr. Knight. “So, you know, it has live action lighting and textures and everything else, so it has that feeling, but yeah, I would love to see that movie. I gotta tell you… that was one of the biggest thrills for me, in this process, was bringing Cybertron to life and seeing the fall of Cybertron, just a glimpse of it, because that’s where the animated series began and we wanted to begin this film in the same manner, to pay tribute to that and it was so much fun. I tried to stuff as much as I possibly could into those opening moments, just because that’s the movie I’ve always wanted to see, I would love to see a movie like that, yeah.

This is said to be the first of 14 Transformers movies.

What do you think about a fall of Cybertron film?

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