Shared ‘Transformers’ Cinematic Universe Is Coming

Mar 28, 2015

The Transformers films directed by Micheal Bay has been one lucrative franchise. While most not being very good beside the first Transformer movie the films have been a smash hit at the box office. Now Paramount Pictures are going to head them into a shared cinematic universe. Headed by Batman & Robin scribe Akvia Goldsman the studio is looking to make potential spin-offs and sequels for the series for many years to come. Deadline adds:

Goldsman would not be writing but instead assembling and overseeing a “writers room” to hatch an idea for how to tackle a two-part sequel in the film’s franchise in addition to potential spinoffs. Goldsman would likely join Bay, di Bonaventura and Steven Spielberg as a producer.

It’s unfortunate that Paramount doesn’t see that the Star Trek films is more suited for a cinematic universe than their Transformers counterparts. With The Next Generation getting a reboot would be nice? All connected to the new films timeline….

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