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Transformers 4 - Bay Backing Away From Reboot Says 4 Will Follow 3 With a "Different Feel" and New Actors

By Jack on Tuesday, October 09, 2012



Michael Bay recently spoke with ET about the Transformers 4 movie that is working with Doritos Super Bowl Ad contest to have the winner on the set of Transformers 4. Bay talks a little bit about the 4th film that he took after saying he would not, is backing away from the total reboot claims and says he is now planning for a continuation from where the "Dark of the Moon" movie left off with a "Different Feel" and feature predominently new actors, even tho Peter Cullen and Tyreese have said they have been called back for 4.
What I can say is that it's going to pick up where the other three left off," said Bay of the film, which will predominantly feature new actors from its predecessors. "It's going to feel very different. It's going to definitely open the franchise up for many more to come, and it's going to have a freshness to it.

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Jason X
2012-10-14
1:29 am

Awesome! Didn't need a reboot anyway. 
Tripredacus
2012-10-10
6:58 pm

Maybe this new fresh feel will have more TF looking facing instead of those ugly ones from before. But I think he's talking about a story telling mode. If its a continuation, I wonder if they'll show that Cybertron is OK. It better not have Unicron in it, that's all I know. 
Lord Atmo
2012-10-10
2:44 pm

i'm really eager to see who the new Decepticons will be. it's gonna be an entirely new cast since they all died in DOTM and the whole "reviving the dead" plot device has been used enough. My bet is it'll be a huge army of Megatron loyalists invading from Cybertron to avenge t... read more 
knuclear200x
2012-10-10
7:29 am

Good. I like it when things retain their continuity. 
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