It's felt like we were overdue to hear some credible talk about a next Transformers movie after the Bumblebee movie came and went last winter. Today, The Hollywood Reporter and Variety have both reported on the first developments toward that end. Paramount and Hasbro have brought in James Vanderbilt and Joby Harold to write scripts for future Transformers movies.
Both reports note that there's a desire to "rebuild" the franchise (the movie franchise, that is) by developing more new stories. No details about potential plots were available, but we can probably assume based on what they're saying that whatever movie project or prejects move forward out of this scripting stage will probably take after Bumblebee at least as far as contributing to rebooting the movie continuity and probably won't pick up from where Michael Bay's movie series left off in The Last Knight.
James Vanderbilt has among his prior writing credits 2007's Zodiac, as well as The Amazing Spider-Man, and the first draft of Independence Day: Resurgence. Joby Harold has written 2017's King Arthur: Legend of The Sword, and the not-yet-released Army of Darkness.
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