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Michael Bay Moving On From Transformers, Not Returning To Direct Transformers 5

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Michael Bay has previously suggested he might leave Transformers films behind, but kept coming back for more, but this time it may be the real thing. Having stated again that he would leave the franchise to other hands after Age of Extinction, Bay has reinforced this by engaging in talks to direct an upcoming project, "13 Hours", as reported by Variety. If Bay becomes attached to this film, it would likely keep him too occupied to get involved with production of the fifth Transformers movie. Unless Bay reverses once again, we may be looking at a Transformers movie under new guidance. Read the Full News Story Here

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Depending how talks go for 13 Hours, he could still come back for 5 if Hasbro delivers a big enough sack of money to his house. But right now he is looking at other projects so he's appearing more serious about taking a rest from the Transformers series. Only time will really tell.

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In my opinion I liked the Michael Bay films, and I really don't think it's fair to hate on him or the films because it didn't live up to the fans expectations. I just wanted a movie with Transformers in it, and that's what I got.

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