Transformers 5 - Michael Bay Talks About Writers Room and Plans with Speilberg

Transformers 5 director Michael Bay recently sat down with Collider to talk about his latest movie, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi that will be coming to theaters next weekend. The interview is pretty much focused on the new movie, but we do get some comments from Bay on what's in the works for Transformers 5 and the recent developments with the Writers Room. According to Bay, we may be seeing some historical elements and or smaller productions.
Collider: Where do you want to take your last installment of the franchise, and anything you can reveal from those story groups?

Bay: They did a really good job of going back in time. Connecting things in history. Seeing how it relates to different spin-offs.

They are a very talented group of writers. They came up with a lot of clever ideas.

Steven and I are going to break out some smaller ones to do.

Uh, I guess this will be my last one.

Collider: You have said that before.

Bay: Yeah, I know. That is all they want to do is this Franchise. That is all they want to do. I had to beg to get to do this movie [13 Hours].

Collider: ...Can you tease anything about the story?

Bay: Glad you did, lets go to the next subject, Transformers.

I can't tease shit. I am going to be like J.J. Abrams...

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