Michael Bay says 'Transformers: The Last Knight' will be his last

Bruno Cirelli
Giugno 19, 2017

"I took a picture of the marquee behind me to see if I could get brownie points for being a husband who'd sit through a movie like that".

In a recent interview with Fandango, Michael Bay admitted that "Transformers: The Last Knight" will be his final film in the franchise.

In particular, the film is being shot fully with 3D cameras, whereas most big-budget films are still shot in 2D and converted to 3D in post-production.

Earlier this year, Michael Bay indicated that Transformers: The Last Knight would be his farewell to the franchise based on the Hasbro toy sensation. Even if most of his movies go out with a bang.

Everyone's favourite transformer, Bumblebee is getting his own movie, and according to Empire (via TFW2005), that movie will be set in the 80s. They take a lot out of you", replied Bay on his exit from the series "I've done it enough, and I've had a great time doing it. Bay sparked to two ideas in that room, combined them together, and opted to return to direct The Last Knight which retroactively reveals that the Transformers have been on Earth fighting alongside humans for a very, very long time. "That seems like a fun one to do", he said. "They're still out at cafes, you know, and going to places and doing things - it's pretty remarkable here, the strength and resilience here that they show". "I look like my mom in the '70s - it's just really bad!" In addition, a variety of spin-offs, including one set to feature Bumblebee in the 80s, will be hitting theaters in the near future.

While he said he truly enjoyed working on the "Transformers" universe, he also felt like he needed to do other movies as well. Only one world will survive: "theirs, or ours". Thus with Transformers: The Last Knight upon us-the fifth in the Bayformers saga-the auteur behind the world's most famous helicopters-at-sunset iconography has something to say: he's out.

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