Hasbro has revealed plans for four more 'Transformers' movies, which would be released through the next 10 years.
Stephen J. Davis, the head of Hasbro Studios, has announced that there would be four more ‘Transformers’ movies.
He stated this at a Q & A session during the Mipcom conference in Cannes, France.
According to him, there would be four movies, which would be released through the next 10 years.
Davis further explained that the movies' plots have been mapped out by a team of writers led by Oscar-winning screenwriter, Akiva Goldsman.
The already released 1st four movies in the franchise, has grossed almost $3.8billion worldwide.
In 2007, ‘Transformers’ was the 45 highest grossing film, and the fifth highest grossing film of the year, grossing approximately $709 million worldwide.
In 2009, its sequel ‘Transformers : Revenge of the Fallen’ grossed more than it’s prequel, despite its negative reviews.
In 2011, ‘Transformers : Dark of the Moon’ was released, and went on to gross over $1 billion, despite receiving mixed reviews.
In 2014, the 4th film in franchise ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’ was released, and also grossed over $1 billion, bringing in in $320 million just from China.
Its next installment titled ‘Transformers 5’ is scheduled for a Summer 2017 release.