In February, rumors surfaced that the Transformers franchise would be rebooted following the release of the first spin-off. This news was a bit dumbfounded to fans of the film series, as starting from scratch would mean that some of the storylines from The Last Knight would never be completed. Unicron is still a threat, and the post-credits scene showed the Quintess surviving and taking on human form. In an interview with / Film, producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura spoke about the future of Transformers.|
“I hate the word reboot because I don’t fully understand its meaning,said di Bonaventura. -We are going to make another big movie from the Transformers series. It will simply be different from everything that came before. ”.
The press likes to misuse the concept of "reset". It was used in relation to the films "Casino Royale" and "Batman Begins", since they really allowed the respective franchises to start from scratch, but they called "X-Men: First Class" the same reboot, although already in "Days of Future Past" "The actors from the original trilogy were involved.
“The Last Knight” showed not the best results in the box office, which, of course, did not go unnoticed. The fact that Michael Bay will not be directing the sixth will already set the sequel apart. Apparently, the producers were inspired by the first reviews of critics about "Bumblebee". Blockbuster is called the best of all "Transformers", but for the director Travis Knight this is the first fiction and the second film in general in his career - before that he shot only the animation film "Kubo. The Legend of the Samurai.
Bumblebee proves that you don't have to build an army of huge robots and destroy entire cities to be successful. Lorenzo di Bonaventura admits that they learned a lesson and now understand how much room for a flight of imagination they have.
The Topic of Article: Bumblebee taught the Transformers a lesson.