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    "Transformers 4" June 27th 2014 With New Robot Cast

    You can say what you want about the Transformers franchise and Michael Bay, but they go together like wine and cheese. Big money, big action, everything you want in a summer blockbuster. Sure, all three movies are pretty much the same, but tell that to the general public who are eating these CGI robots up like a cheeseburger at 2am after drinking your face off.

    Of course the studio would be crazy not to make more of these films and Brian Goldner, President and Chief Executive Officer of Hasbro, certainly agrees. He showed off a placeholder logo for the new film in the series, you can view below.

    The big wig also let it be known that there will be a new cast of robots, their idea that it will sell more merchandise, something Transformers: Dark Of The Moon failed to do. As long as these flicks are vomiting money and puts asses in the seats, the franchise could pretty much go on forever. That is a scary thought.

    I wonder what they'll call this installment? Transformers: The New Batch? Transformers: Cash Rules Everything Around Me? Transformers: Because We Can?

    ComingSoon.Net, TransformersWorld, Bleeding Cool

    Reader Comments (2)

    Beast Wars? That would actually be pretty cool IMO

    09-14-2012 | Unregistered CommenterMike

    All this hate heaped onto this franchise. It's no worse than any other of the milked franchises. Isn't Hobbit going to be split into three movies to steal more of your money? I won't say these movies were masterpieces but they were entertaining. Sometimes I like sitting in the theatre to watch things blow up. It's better than sitting at home pretending to murder people in a video game which is basically the same thing only you call the shots.

    09-14-2012 | Unregistered CommenterMulanzo

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