Michael Bay Says Steven Spielberg Advised Him To Stop Making Action Movies transformers after the third. However, we all know the story to date and the multiple sequels that exist to date about the adventures of Optimus Prime on Earth. Bay explained in a recent interview why he couldn’t stop making more Autobot movies.
Currently, the filmmaker known for explosions, shots of sexualized women and great action sequences, is campaigning for his new film. Ambulance it’s a thriller of action that tells the misadventures of a couple of thieves who must take an ambulance as an escape vehicle after a robbery that goes wrong.
Answering questions for the press, some asked the director about the decline in the quality of his action films. transformers. Michael Bay agreed with that and even confessed that Steven Spielberg had asked him to stop making more of those films after the third installment. However, the study convinced him to configure a couple more.
after the third transformers, Bay would have left the franchise. However, Paramount begged him to make a fourth. The director agreed and then this movie made an impressive amount of box office. The public’s reception led the studio to ask for one more and Michael Bay betrayed Spielberg’s word by agreeing to configure the fifth and last installment to date.
“I did too many of them. Steven Spielberg said, ‘Just stop at three. And I said I would stop,” he explained. “The studio begged me to do a fourth one, and then that one made a billion too. And then I said ‘I’m going to stop here. And they begged me again. I should have stopped. But it was fun to do.”
Michael Bay says that despite his promise, he has never really been forced to do something he doesn’t want to. He assured that he never lost passion in any project of transformers and above all, he has never carried out a project in which there is not a great motivation behind it.
Finally the drop in quality in the saga transformers paid off in stopping the saga. In addition to the five installments directed by Bay, there is a spinoff focused on Bumblebee, the friendly yellow car. That one did not collect the impressive numbers at the box office that her sisters, but it was better received by critics.
That is why Paramount is now planning to do a reboot of the saga, with Michael Bay out of the equation. This new film will star Anthony Ramos (hamilton) and Dominique Fishback (Judas and the black messiah), directed by Steven Caple Jr (believe 2). The premiere is scheduled for June 24, 2022.
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