The film will also be the 5th and final Transformers directed by Michael Bay. According to Izzy, central to her backstory is being teased by other kids for fighting and running "like a girl", a taunt that she responds to by staring defiantly into the camera and demanding, "Don't you?" There will, however, be plenty of Bayhem, with a few characters returning to the series plus one more new one that isn't afraid of these mechanical creatures, no matter the size difference.
Paramount just dropped a new trailer for Transformers: The Last Knight, and it looks like things aren't exactly chummy between our favorite Autobots, Optimus Prime and Bumblebee.
Check out the full trailer above, and see the film when it debuts nationwide on June 23. / Will We See Primus? I gotta say, the girl power message in this trailer rings a little hollow considering Bay's track record with female characters, but if he's upgrading from scantily clad sexpots to a badass young girl, that's definitely a step in the right direction.
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Transformers: The Last Knight shatters the core myths of the Transformers franchise, and redefines what it means to be a hero.
The cool actress will keep her name for the upcoming movie - Izabella - and she'll star alongside Mark Wahlberg, Josh Duhamel, and Laura Haddock. It also welcomes newcomers Laura Haddock, Anthony Hopkins, and Santiago Cabrera. But it does emphasize how much these films depend on the iconography of Optimus Prime, as his relative absence here makes the film feel comparatively generic, akin to Battle: LA than specifically a Transformers movie.