For the first time in a long time, Transformers fans can rejoice over their favorite franchise. Thanks to good sales and excellent reviews from critics, Paramount decided to send in the development of the sequel "Bumblebee". The project has not yet found a director or producers.|
Last weekend raised the worldwide box office of the blockbuster Travis Knight to $ 412 million. And although the amount for "Transformers" is small, it is still enough to bring profit to the studio. Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura commented, “We had a lot of goals, including reaching a new audience. I think we did it. Part of our intent was to bring back old fans who had abandoned the franchise, and part of it was to lure in new viewers who weren't familiar with Transformers.
Before Bumblebee, the Autobots and Decepticons weren't in their best shape. The Last Knight, the fifth film directed by Michael Bay, was critically scolded and grossed nearly half of Age of Extinction. Therefore, Paramount, instead of entrusting the franchise to a famous blockbuster director again, decided to take a new approach, thanks to which the tape about the yellow robot currently holds an incredible 94% freshness rating on the Rotten Tomatoes aggregator.
The Topic of Article: Bumblebee will continue.