Everything about Transformers 7

Those of us who binge-watch franchise movies, in general, know what truly the terms wait and desperation are. The journey of anticipating and speculating what’s next is exhilarating. The same is the case for the American science fiction action franchise, Transformers. 

Directed by various talents of the industry; Michael Bay, Travis Knight, and Josh Cooley, the blockbuster franchise is in buzz yet again. 

The colossal alien robots are preparing to hit the big screen in summer 2022. 

With numerous movies under franchise production, Paramount Pictures has announced for the movie which can technically be called Transformers 7. With this revelation, the fans are in disarray as to which movie they can expect. 

Everything about Transformers 7
Everything about Transformers 7

Will it be a coming-of-age Bumblebee follow up or a Transformers: Beast Wars adaptation? The two are being separately handled. Details of both the movies are vague but they pose a greater opportunity of hitting the screen at the date revealed.

According to the reports from Paramount, this not-so-clear Transformers movie will be available at theaters on June 24, 2020.

John Harold, writer shuffling back and forth from penning and exec producing “John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum,” is handling the comparatively smaller budget movie of the Bumblebee Universe. However, it is not apparent whether it be a sequel to Bumblebee (2018) or something different. 

Penner of Zack Snyder’s “Army of the Dead,” James Vanderbilt, is said to be involved in Beast Wars. Without following the main Transformers franchise, this 90s spin-off entertainment franchise is owned by Hasbro.

This spinoff includes robotic animals that are set in the past on ancient Earth. The descendants of the Autobots and Decepticons are given a focus.

There lies an even opportunity for either the Bumblebee Universe or for the Beast Wars. Or anything can happen, it’s Transformers after all!

With $4.84 billion earned and average to bad critic comments, Paramount finds it fit to commit to the mix-reviewed series. 

Nishad kinhikar
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