The Transformers movie franchise might still make hundreds of millions of dollars per movie, and in some cases even over a billion dollars, but there are still the hardcore fans who feel that the Transformers movies have not really done justice to the source material. However, with the films continuing to make such a huge amount of money, we can guarantee that they are going to continue making them for many more years to come.
Transformers: The Last Knight is going to be the last movie in the franchise that Michael Bay will direct and it will be interesting to see which actors follow him out of the door. Hollywood star Josh Duhamel has played the role of Lennox since the first Transformers movie back in 2007, and Josh has now opened up about the role, admitting that he almost turned it down as he was worried about working with Michael Bay.
Duhamel was chatting to Collider, when he told them, "I used to be terrified about him because I'd heard these stories, like, 'You don't wanna cross him, you know, he will tear you apart.' But the truth is he's more bark than he is bite! He does get heated, he does get passionate, if you will, but it really is about getting the best shot and people are on point. People really come with their A-Game every single day."
He added, "One of Mark's [Whalberg] guys, they call him cowboy, he was helping mark with something between shots and Michael went up to him and he was talking or something and Michael didn't want him to talk and just got in his face and cowboy just took it and he just looked like he got the principal's office on steroids and Michael leaves and Cowboy looks around like, 'I just got Bayed' - he was all excited about it. You can't really take it personally, it is what it is. He's like a big kid."
Transformers: The Last Knight will open on June 21 in the US and on June 22 in the UK.