Transforms 5 Movie Announced Even Though 4 Isn’t In Cinemas Yet
Peter Donnell / 3 years ago
The new Transformers: Age of Extinction movie is yet to be released in cinemas, but that hasn’t stopped Paramount from making the extremely early announcement their Transformers 5 will be hitting cinemas in 2016. This is a very strange move indeed, but I’m sure fans of the series will be happy regardless to hear that the movie franchise is far from over.
We knew they were planning on making more movies in the Transformers series anyway, especially since they’re trying to re-boot the franchise now that Shia LaBeouf has been replaced with Mark Wahlberg after his epic plagiarism scandal that practically destroyed his entire career.
All I care about is that there are more potentially awesome movies on the way that are packed full of gargantuan robots knocking the crap out of each other, with all the mindless special effects and subwoofer destroying loud noises that my neighbours no doubt adore me sharing with them.
Transformers: Age of Extenction will be launched in US cinemas on June 27th after its premier screening in Hong Kong later this week, then we can expect the new, as yet untitled, Transformers 5 movie to follow in around two years time, too early to get excited?
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