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Transformers 4 to be released in June'27 2014


10 Feb 2012
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Transformers 4, producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura stated that a fourth film is in the works aiming for a 2014 release with Michael Bay to direct and produce the film. On the same day, Paramount Pictures and Michael Bay announced a June 27, 2014 release date for a fourth film. Ehren Kruger will pen the script and Steve Jablonsky will score the film. The film will take place four years after the events in Transformers: Dark of the Moon. Shia LaBeouf will not return in any future installments. Mark Wahlberg has instead been cast in the lead role. In November 2012, casting began to search for two more leads. Isabel Lucas, Nicola Peltz, Gabriella Wilde and Margaret Qualley were all considered to play the daughter of Mark Wahlberg's character while Luke Grimes, Landon Liboiron, Brenton Thwaites, Jack Reynor and Hunter Parrish were all considered to play the racecar-driving boyfriend. It is also reported that the three leads are contracted for three films.Bay announced on his website that Reynor is the racecar boyfriend and that the fourth film will start a new trilogy. Peter Cullen, who voiced Optimus Prime in the films, will reprise his role. Tyrese Gibson is in talks to reprise his role. Glenn Morshower stated that he was contracted for two films and he will reprise his role.Filming is expected to take place between April and November 2013 at London with a budget of $165 million once Pain & Gain, a film that Bay is also directing, is finished editing. On January 8, 2013, it was announced that Reynor would be joining Wahlberg in the lead. On the Michaelbay.com forums Nelson, the administrator of the website, confirmed that filming will take place in Chicago.

It is a treat for Transformers Fans as after Transformers 3 Micheal Bay had announced that there will be no more transformers sequel.:tup:tup:tup:tup
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