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Bay insists that Wahlberg is not in talks to star in the fourth 'Transformers' film, but teases that they both are 'talking about another film project.'
'I have a wonderful idea for all those whiners: They can give their 'unhappy job money' to a wonderful Elephant Rescue,' so Bay writes in response to Weaving's comment on his job as Megatron voicer.
Words are, the fourth autobot war movie by Michael Bay will feature 'a high shool senior' girl and 'a Texas racing driver' as its lead characters, replacing Sam Witwicky and his girlfriend.
Glenn Morshower reveals Bay and Steven Spielberg are not just working on the fourth 'Transformers' film but also the fifth one as saying, 'I guess in December we are on our way to making 4 and 5.'
Assuring fans that Optimus will return to the fourth film despite the plan to have all new cast, Bay adds, 'We're basically taking from the history of where it was or where we left in Chicago.'
Hasbro boss Brian Goldner allegedly reveals that the toy giant will introduce new robot characters in the fourth film since the toy sales of 'Transformers 3' didn't meet the company's expectation.
Admitting that working on the the fourth 'Transformers' movie is 'kind of daunting and scary,' Bay also opens up that the budget for the upcoming autobot film will be 'cut about $30 million.'
Being dubbed 'provisional,' the alleged one-sheet of the fourth autobot war movie from Michael Bay has a tagline that reads, 'Evil Will Burn'.
Having said that he hasn't been contacted to reprise his role, the actor playing William Lennox in the first three 'Transformers' movies is adamant that Shia LaBoeuf is not coming back.
Planned for summer 2014 release, the upcoming movie is going to have a new story with a set of new characters but 'there's still continuity that's going on.'
Bay is in final negotiations with Paramount Pictures to come back as the helmer for the next 'Transformers' film, which is expected to begin shooting after the director wraps 'Pain and Gain'.