5 Directors Who I Want To Direct Transformers 6

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  1. HawaiianBro808

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    1) Denis Villeneuve
    2) Josh Whedon
    3) Peter Burg
    4) Ridley Scott
    5) Gareth Edwards
     
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    No to these, because Edwards quit Godzilla 2 when he came down with stress of making blockbusters. Whedon still feels alienated following behind the scenes problems with Avengers 2. Peter Berg can suck it for ripping of Bay with the travesty that was Battleship. Ridley and Denis should stick to their own thing.

    It's more than likely DJ Caruso for TF6. We may not like it due to his track record but for Paramount it's cheaper than Bay.
     
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    I'd chose DJ Caruso he seems like a good director :p 
     
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    I'm gonna keep on saying it every time another one of these threads pop up:

    Neill Blomkamp, or George Miller.
     
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    I will go ahead and toss my hat into the ring.
     
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    Sam Raimi (Spider-Man, Evil Dead, Wizard of Oz)
    Kenneth Branagh (Thor, Cinderella)
    Peter Jackson (Lord of the Rings, Tintin)
    Gore Verbinski (Pirates of the Carribean)
    Joe Dante (Gremlins)
     
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    Branagh, Jackson and Verbinski I foresee.

    I'll add to that Jon M Chu, Justin Lin and Matthew Vaughn.
     
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    Joss Whedon, is a good choice to make a better storytelling.
     
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    Whoever does it, I seriously doubt it'll be a huge name director. For the same reason you haven't seen Bay on other franchises. Big name directors don't like to come into someone else's universe. Luckily there's plenty of young mid tier directors that can step up and handle a project like this.

    I think Justin Lin, James Wan, or Dave Green would be good for this franchise.
     
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    Something doesn't sit right with Whedon for me.
     
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    That is if Bay steps down for real this time. But my money is on no considering he's already trying to contribute to the Bumblebee movie. He's just too closely attached to the films to step down. Also add the encouragement and JJ Abrams' statement of "You're the only who can do the job."
     
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    That's far too many directors, 1 of those would do fine!
     
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    G1DeadEnd Bring on 5, 6, 7 & 8!

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    I thought Tintin was Steven Spielberg.
     
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    If you choose Denis, Josh and Gareth then you won't be seeing any great styling and thrilling action sequences in TF movie again.
    The possible for the upcoming TF Directors who have free schedule and can deliver great action will be
    1) Dj Caruso
    2) Jonathan Liebesman
    3) James Gunn
    4) Loius Leterrier
    5) Peter Jackson
    6) Guilermo Deltoro
     
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    I don't care who directs it, I just wish they'd hurry up and find one, lol. Shouldn't the director for the Bee film be announced by now, or no?