Micheal Bay is stoking the Transformers 4 fires as he promotes his latest production, "Pain & Gain" that will int theaters April 2013. Here in an interview with the Huffington Post Bay goes into some of the reasons why he is producing Transformers 4 after he swore Dark Of the Moon was his last. He also lets us know that Peter Cullen will be returning to the Movie the voice as Optimus Prime. This seem to contradict the claims of a total reboot already.
As to why he continued with a another movie after he said he was done, Micheal Bay explains:
So it was just one of those things. It's like, when you look what's going on in the film business with the franchise frenzy right now, why is Cameron doing two more "Avatar" movies? Why is Peter Jackson doing three more "Hobbit" movies that are in the same world as "Lord of the Rings"? When you have a franchise, it's very hard to give it up.
Bay then goes on to mention that he has to move on, but also waffles a little on it being the last Transformers movie when asked if the box office sales indicate people like the film:
In response the news of a total reboot, Bay again contradicts things to some degree by saying he plans to draw on historical stuff and pick up from where they left off in Chicago:
When asked if Peter Cullen will return there is no hesitation:
But if you got rid of Peter Cullen, people would be extremely upset.
Listen, when I heard his voice, it gave me chills.
Read the complete interview with Michael Bay about the "Pain & Gain" movie was well as Transformers 4 now at huffingtonpost.com
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