The Transformers series, which recently failed to reach the desired box office level, will be retracted.
The Transformers series, which first started in 2007, was decided to retreat after 2017’s “The Last Knight” filming not see enough interest. The producers who will adopt the old films to us day by day will benefit from technological developments in this film and have the opportunity to turn their series back to their old days.
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According to reports from Transformers World, Hasbro announced that the 2018 Toy Fair would be reset to the series. According to company officials, the work on Bumblebee’s solo film, which will be released at the end of this year, continues unabated. The company, which will set the stage for the film which will enter the vision at the end of the year, will keep control in the direction of the new deal with Paramount.
Having recently announced that four new Transformers filmings are on the way, Hasbro has created a team to plan the next 10 years of Transformers. Then the news from Paramount was that 2019 would not have a film named Transformers 6. Now things seem to have changed completely.
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“The Last Knight,” a $ 605 million box office worldwide, earned much less than “The Age of Extinction” in 2014. The company earned more than $ 1 billion, thanks to the movie “The Age of Extinction.” Bumblebee, which will be released on December 21, 2018, will include celebrities such as Hailee Steinfeld and John Cena. Filmin, which will be directed by Kubo And The Two Strings filming producer Travis Knight, has not been traced yet.