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Isn’t it interesting that as a soon as gain the right to go to Cuba, we begin blowing it up with action movies and high speed car chases. But hey, we better get down there before Trump screw things up and we can’t visit Cuba like before.
Michael Bay announced this by posting the following photo, the caption to which calls Cuba an “amazing place!” (above) indicating no one has tried to hit him with an air conditioner yet.
It’s hard to say exactly what this movie will be about, though the uselessness of our existence in the face of inevitable death will probably get touched upon at some point. Mark Wahlberg will be back, as will Josh Duhamel. Meanwhile Isabela Moner joins the cast as a street urchin and poor, hilarious Jerrod Carmichael will show up as well in an unspecified role.
The Transformers Universe kicks into gear with The Last Knight June 23, 2017. This movie will be the first of three along with spin-offs like the recently announced Bumble Bee Movie.
Coming Soon reports:
An investor conference call for Toy Fair, Tom Warner, the Transformers franchise leader for Hasbro, revealed that the announced 2018 film is not Transformers 6 but actually a spin-off film focusing on the character Bumblebee, with Transformers 6 actually being the 2019 release.
“This summer we worked closely with a talented team of A-list screenwriters to map out the future of the Transformers cinematic universe, and as Brian announced earlier, things kick off in a major way in 2017 with the release of The Last Knight in June. And we’re working on a spin-off movie centered around Bumblebee for 2018 and the next chapter for 2019.”
The Bumblebee spin-off is currently set to debut in theaters on June 8, 2018, where it will clash with Legendary’s Godzilla sequel. There are currently no details on who will write or direct the film. The voiceless member of the Autobots, Bumblebee has become a fan favorite since his debut in the 2007 Transformers film with initial reports on a film of his own popping up last year.
What do you think of the upcoming Transformers Universe?