Transformers Producer Confirms That Franchise Will Not Be Rebooted

<i>Transformers</i> Producer Confirms That Franchise Will Not Be Rebooted

Find out what the producer of the Transformers movies has to say about the future of the franchise.

Transformers Producer Don Murphy has posted the following on his personal site:

What happens next? Certainly not a reboot. We haven't lost the Transformers. They didn't grow up or become expensive like Toby Maguire. I don't know what happens next. I'm pretty sure there will be a second trilogy. I am pretty sure it will kick ass. And I am pretty sure some of you will hate it because it wasn't all bots."

With Shia Labeouf and Michael Bay stating that Dark of the Moon was their last Transformers movie, how do you think the series will continue? Could there possibly be a time skip with Jason Statham, playing an older Sam Witwicky?

Could Statham be an older Sam Witwicky?

Transformers is an entertainment franchise. It began with the Hasbro Transformers toy line, centered on two factions of warring alien robots which are called the Autobots and the Decepticons. In its 26-year history, the franchise has expanded to encompass comic books, animation, video games and films. Transformers: Dark of the Moon has earned an estimated $204,421,287 in North America, as of July 6, 2011, and $281,657,127 in other territories, as of July 6, 2011, for a worldwide total of $486,078,414. On its first weekend worldwide it made $382.4 million, marking the second-largest opening of all time behind that of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince ($394.0 million) and the largest for Paramount/Dreamworks. With another breaking record, it made the largest worldwide debut at IMAX venues, with $23.2 million. With $418.0 million by Monday, it crossed the $400-million-mark worldwide in 6 days, matching the record first set by Spider-Man 3 to reach the amount the fastest.


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