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Michael Bay has revealed that there are plans for 14 more Transformers movies
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Michael Bay has revealed that there are plans for 14 more Transformers movies

Michael Bay has revealed that there are stories for 14 new Transformers movies already written. 

Speaking to MTV, Bay, who returns this summer with Transformers: The Last Knight, the fifth movie in the series, said that there was lots of room for new stories in the franchise. 

He said when asked about future plans for Transformers: "There are 14 stories written and there’s good stuff", adding when asked about the possibility of him directing a spin-off: "I would like to do one of them." 

One spin-off, based around the character of Bumblebee, is already in production. The spin-off has a script from Christina Hodson, who is currently writing Gotham City Sirens, and has Lorenzo Di Bonaventura and Bay acting as producers. Kubo And The Two Strings' Travis Knight is in the director's chair. 

Before Bumblebee gets his own movie, there is the fifth instalment of Transformers, which arrives this June. 

Titled Transformers: The Last Knight, in this movie we watch a battle for survival between the human race and the Transformers, with hero Cade Yeager forming an alliance with Bumblebee, an English lord and an Oxford professor to learn why the Transformers keep coming back to Earth. 

Bay returns to direct the movie, with Akiva Goldsman supplying the script. 

The movie is the follow-up to 2014's Transformers: Age Of Extinction and will see Mark Wahlberg return to reprise his starring role as Yeager.  Starring alongside him are Stanley Tucci, Isabela Moner, Tyrese Gibson, John Turturro, Santiago Cabrera, Liam Garrigan, Jerrod Carmichael, Mitch Pileggi, Laura Haddock and Anthony Hopkins. 

It will hit UK cinemas on June 23rd in 2017. 

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