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One of the biggest complaints fanboys have had about Michael Bay's Transformers trilogy thus far is rooted in the design of the Autobots and Decepticons. Their intricately woven parts make them almost indiscernible from one another, a stark contrast to the old-school blocky designs from the 80s that, while outdated and simplistic, at least gave each robot his or her own unique look. Sometimes less truly is more.

A small sliver of hope has surfaced suggesting Michael Bay and his design team are overhauling the Transformers for the upcoming Transformers 4 sequel that is expected to kick off another trilogy. While speaking to the L.A. Times recently, Bay admits, "To freshen the franchise we've redesigned everything from top to bottom." This approach has already been proven in the casting of newcomers Mark Wahlberg and Jack Reynor as none of the first three's human cast members are expected to return. »

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