Breaking Transformers 4 news has been something of a tricky task. There have been casting rumors flying about, followed by denials from director Michael Bay – though, he reneged on his initial claim that Mark Wahlberg isn’t starring – and a few weeks ago a fake script began circulating, spreading more disinformation as to what the plot involves and which fan-favorite robot characters are appearing (including, several that were not featured in previous live-action installments).
Similarly, initial reports about Nicola Peltz and Brenton Thwaites being cast as the young human leads (Wahlberg’s daughter and her car-racing boyfriend) gelled with the shortlist of prospectives being considered; however, Bay shot down those claims pretty quickly. Thus, we’ve been on radio silence for about a month, as far as legitimate updates are concerned.
Fortunately, Bay himself ...
- Sandy Schaefer
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