After waiting for almost more than a year, the Transformers’ fans finally have some good news. Since after Michal Bay resigned, Paramount Motion Pictures and Hasbro Studios found their new director. Steven Caple Jr. is best known for directing the Michael B. Jordan-starrer boxing sequel movie Creed II.
Transformers has been Paramount’s biggest blockbuster hit since it debuted in 2007. The franchise had crossed $4 billion worldwide till its fifth installment. However, the 2017’s Transformers: The Last Knight, directed by Michael Bay, had separated his way from the franchise. because it focused on the various and new material that the past five movies haven’t discussed. Soon they came up with their 2018’s Bumblebee. But, still, the writers are finding how to reconnect from what they have built before.
Transformers’ Current Script:
In January, the studio announced that they want to
revamp their entire franchise by working on two simultaneous scripts. These scripts are a follow up to Bumblebee and an adaptation to Transformers: Beast War. One written by James Vanderbilt, and the other by Joby Harold. The news has come in that the studio has selected Harold’s script for the next installment. Harold has already given the final touch to the script and submitted it at the end of the summer. Now, the studio has found a great director who can make these scripts into a reality.
Plot & Cast:
As of now, there is no disclosure of the plots and the stories. But fans can surely expect an exceptional movie. The exposure of Unicorn due to the misdirection of Quintessa is a perfect plot for Transformer 7. The clashing mindsets of Quintessa and the Unicorn will pour some more trouble to the earth. Apart from this, the intergalactic battle between these two will emphasize more on the Cybertron planet.
The final cast for Transformers 7 has not been established due to the change in the director. However, the same stars are expected to return.
- Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager
- Anthony Hopkins as Sir Edmund Burton
- Josh Duhamel as Colonel William Lennox
- Laura Haddock as Vivian Wembley
- Santiago Cabrera as Santos
- Stanley Tucci as Merlin
- Liam Garegin as Arthur
Is there a Release Date?
Originally, part 7 of the Transformers franchise was due to release by 2019. New developments reveal that Paramount has now given the date of June 24, 2022.
It’s a long way to the movie release, but it will surely be worth the wait!