Who was the director of Transformers?
Yes, there will be a transformers 3. the release date isn't so sure though. Michael Bay, the director said he will be having a year off.. if he does, transformers 3 will come out in 2012. which off course is stupid, its too far away. It could be possible for the makers to make transformers 3 without Bay, but there not so sure as Bay is the proper director with the ideas.
Currently there is only a Transformers 1 and 2, but there are going to be 4 in all. There will be no Transformers 5, but we can tell you the names of # 3. Transformers 3: Attack of the Zines. There is no name for Transformers 4 yet. Transformers 3 will be released October 23, 2012. We are sorry for the wait, but our director quit. Jacob Gorden, 20th Century Productions.
No she does not. No. Shia LaBeouf's co-star in the third "Transformers" movie will be former Victoria's Secret model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. No. She mouthed about the director and they decided they were not going to take it anymore so they fired her. No Megan is not in Transformers: Dark of The Moon No. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley replaced her.
Michael Bay has reported that he will not be directing a Transformers 4 movie. However, another director could possibly pick it up and make one. Shia LaBeouf has also stated that he will not be involved in anymore Transformers movies. More likely, judging by the past, a new universe will eventually be created and inspire a new movie, with a different continuity from the three recent movies. There is currently a Transformers:Prime TV show.
Yes. If you watched Transformers 2 Starscream and Megatron escaped and said, this isn't over so that guarantees that there will be a third movie. Although the plot has not been released, it is due out in 2012. The director Michael Bay is rumored to not be involved in the third one, but it is not confirmed. Try checking filmforce.com and imdb.com for more information.
Megan Fox was fired from the Transformers movie after she publicly compared the director to Hitler. Although Bay was not hurt by the comment Steven Spielberg, who is Jewish, told him to fire her as they already had problems working with her. Fox also insulted the cast and criticized the second movie. Fox then claimed it was her idea not to return for the third instalment.
In the run-up to shooting Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Megan Fox told a British magazine that director Michael Bay "wants to be like Hitler on his sets" and that he's "a nightmare to work for." A few months later, she got her walking papers. But it wasn't Bay who made the call, the director says. "She was in a different world, on her BlackBerry. You gotta stay focused," Bay tells the July issue of…