Recently, slashfilm.com talked to Lorenzo di Bonaventura, primarily about the soon-to-be-released Pet Sematary, but coming around to touch on a number of projects under his attention. This of course includes the Transformers film franchise, a topic that he has been more than happy to give comments on at literally any opportunity provided to him.
In this latest entry in The Di Bonaventura Saga, he's asked whether he's still looking to offer Michael Bay a turn at the director's chair for Transformers. The response is fully in the negative, but paints a picture of Bay himself having come to a point of opting out of the franchise, rather than going on record with a position of the franchise opting out of him - you know, just in case Bay does end up wanting to come back again.
Arguably far more interesting is Di Bonaventura's response when asked, "Are you developing a script that picks up where The Last Knight left off?" to which the film series' producer simply responded, "No." You might recall Last Time on LDB that he expressed that there was an interest in following up The Last Knight and that it would also somehow be a reboot. This seems to have changed, quite possibly as a result of Di Bonaventura realizing that he, in fact, really doesn't know what "reboot" means.
You can find the Transformers-relevant portion of the interview here on page 3 of the slashfilm article.
Not enough info. I'm not paying attention until I see a trailer.
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