Question about new Film

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  1. figsdad

    figsdad Well-Known Member

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    Why would it take nearly a year to find a new director or even a new script to start filming back end of 2012. Surely if TF4 was to start it be Summer next year with cast and script in hand if there got idea's now.?

    Is it cause there are waiting for Mr BAY to get involved or not.?
     
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    Tbh he was finished with the film early part of this year with a summer realease.

    so its more than plenty of time to have a break the same goes with the rest of the cast..year and half or so if its true crimbo 2012 filming.for 2014 premiere.
     
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    they need to come up with ideas to top what they did in DOTM
    you want them to come back doing a crappy movie with a WTF storyline like in ROTF?
    plus,taking a break from Transformers to do other stuffs?
     
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    But would it take nearly 12months to come up with ideas.?
     
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    to come up with good,detailed ideas
    not half-ass crap
    you think its easy to make a movie?
     
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    No but i can imagine 6months max is long enough for ideas..
     
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    Maybe they need to create more surprise fo we TF fans,hence need more time for TF4
     
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    Bay wanted to take a year off after ROTF, but they convinced him to come back right away for DOTM. He's probably agreed to do TF4 but only if he gets his year off to do other projects. I don't begrudge it. A year off can help him recharge creatively, not to mention allow Hasbro to push Prime for a while.
     
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    People could be working on other projects right now.

    People could want a break.

    People could have to make the business arrangements to arrange to negotiate with, hire and pay the people who would come up with the ideas.

    People would likely have to run those ideas through multiple levels of editorial, executive, and marketing control.

    People would have to bring those ideas together into a cohesive business plan.


    So yes, it could take a while.
     
  10. Starscreamownz

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    If Bay himself doesn't direct I have a feeling he'll want James Cameron or Speilberg to do it. Hes friends with them and it would be easier for him to work with them if hes already been friends with the director.

    Theres also no way in hell Bay is going to just give up the franchise cold turkey. He's not the kind of guy to half ass things. He'll probably stay as executive producer to make sure things aren't drastically different from his first 3.
     

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