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In a recent interview with HeroFix.com, Transformers Director/Producer Michael Bay added further confirmation that Age of Extinction will kick off a whole new trilogy threesome of films. Of course, this will be dependent upon TF4 performing as well as exec's are anticipating. But here's hoping.
In related news, Bay added, he won't "necessarily" direct 5 and 6. Considering his previous statements that he "absolutely would not direct Transformers 4." I think it's safe to say, the Transformers Fandom should be prepared for TF5, a Michael Bay film, directed by Michael Bay! For better or worse, it's going to be an interesting ride!
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This news post confirmed another trilogy - http://forum.unicron.com/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=5048
HeroFix even admits to just repeating what Bay told Entertainment Weekly.
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