Transformers 5 - More Filming In Chicago? Michael Bay Interview With WGN Radio Makes It Sound Likely

Just as Michael Bay always comes back to do the next Transformers movie, it seems now a reliable trend that Michael Bay will choose Chicago as a shooting location. Maybe he just enjoys Portillo's, and I couldn't blame him for that, but whatever the cause it sounds like Chicago will see more robot action. In an interview with WGN Radio's Dean Richards focused on Bay's movie 13 Hours, the subject of Transformers and a return to Chicago come up briefly. We have a summary of the relevant portion of the interview. Click through to take a look, and to get a link back to the original if you want to hear more about 13 Hours.
Dean Richards asked Bay about a possible return to Chicago, which now seems pretty definite. After a joke about whether he'd blow up Michigan Avenue again, Richards mentioned what everyone's been saying: Wasn't Bay done with Transformers? Bay responds with mild criticism, saying that studios are really only interested in that kind of movie, not ones like 13 Hours, which they had been previously discussing. From there, the conversation briefly moves back to 13 Hours before then segment with Michael Bay ends.

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