so if Bay is REALLY done, who would you like to see direct TF4?

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  1. TacomaPrime

    TacomaPrime Cybertronian Tacoma

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    Just off the top of my head
    James Cameron
    Ridley Scott
    Peter Jackson

    I will add more if I think of them.
     
  2. Kaiwera05

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    Christopher Nolan, Chris Columbus, James Cameron, and I can't think of any directors lately... I would like to see Hans Zimmer do the music for the next movie if there is one. I know he's been collaborating with Steve Jablonsky on the past 2.
     
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    Speilberg. He knows how to do these movies right.
     
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    Zack Snyder seems to have a very similar style to Michael Bay in a lot of respects. Don't believe me, watch Watchmen and then tell me there aren't parallels.

    Not saying we need to chnage like for like, but if there was too much of a swing in style I think it would be too jarring (for my tastes anyway, as I quite like what Bay did).
     
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    James Cameron or Zack Snyder would be cool
     
  6. TacomaPrime

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    yeah, zack snyder would be cool too!
     
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    J.J. Abrams or Peter Jackson. Especially Jackson, I'd love a 3+ hour long Transformer movie, buy the special edition DVD and watch the even longer extended director's cut :D 
     
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    Steven Spielberg or J.J. Abrams. Or rather, J.J. Abrams AND Steven Spielberg.
    Perfection.
     
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    Hell no no no no no, keep James Cameron away from Transformers.
     
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    Zack Snyder would be perfect, perfect as in, to continue the Bayformers movies, not as in, create a perfect transformers movie.

    The action would be top notch, but the story would be lacking, perfect substitute to continue the franchise.

    The question is, if it continues without shia, what humans do you think should take the focus? Lennox and Epps?
     
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    THIS^^

    Cullen is Optimus and Optimus is Transformers, for a JJ style reboot to work we need a new one... Unless time travel is involved and old Prime meets new Pri... wait, wait thats been done but I cant think of any other way...
     
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    For some reason I don't see JJ doing a TF movie. The dude needs to get on with Cloverfield and Star Trek.
     
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    This. Cameron will turn most of the film into a god damn cheesy love story while ripping off 30 pieces of literature in the process.
     
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    joe carnahan(great action scene in A-TEAM movie)
    len wiseman
    kurt wimmer(i think he can do something great with a lot of money)
    roland emmerich(an other king of destruction)
    timur bekmanbetov
     
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    Cameron's movie would have the U.S. Military attacking Cybertron for it's precious resources. :lol 
     
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    Steven Spielburg
     
  17. TacomaPrime

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    As long as it's better then war of the worlds!
     
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    The weird thing is I love all his tv work...but didn't really care for any of the movies he directed except for MI3...because it felt like his tv shows.
     
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    please god none of those people except for Timur.
     
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    Steven Spielberg is really the only choice. Anyone who says Nolan or Cameron doesn't understand those directors. While they certainly are wonderful filmmakers, the Transformer series just doesn't suit their styles.
     

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