Josh Cooley directed prequel animated “Transformers”


Transformers“one of the sagas with more action blockbuster of the story, expand your story with a prequel animated direct Josh Cooleythe filmmaker behind “Toy Story 4” (2019).

The specialized medium Deadline he assured that this new film will focus on the planet “Cybertron” and the origins of the struggle between the hero “Optimus Prime” and the villainous “Megatron”.

Andrew Barrer and Gabriel Ferrari, two of the screenwriters of the film MarvelAnt-Man and the Wasp“(2018), will be in charge of writing this new installment of the “Transformers“.

Cooley triumphed with its debut as director of a feature film in “Toy Story 4” gave the Oscar to the Best Animated Filmthat got all the high the famous saga of toy Pixarand that raised all over the world thousand us $ 73 million.

The saga of “Transformers”, driven by the always spectacular director Michael Bay and that already has six films to his credit, has raised in all over the world almost five billion dollars.

“Transformers” (2007) gave the starting signal for these films in 2018 they had their last proposal to date, “Bumblebee“.

Presented as a “spin-off” (tape-derived), “Bumblebee” was a refreshing novelty to a saga that slumbered beneath the earth in the cinema, but which received negative reviews by the press.

The young Hailee Steinfeld led the distribution of that tape that spoke to fans and the press with an inspired mix of adventures the eighties, humor, juvenile, and action movie in the style of “Transformers”.

On the other hand, in January of this year, it emerged that there are two other projects of “Transformers” in the margin of this new film is animated.

In the first place, the study Paramount has hired screenwriter James Vanderbilt to type one of these two continuations.

The career of Vanderbilt includes tapes such as “Zodiac” (2007), the two films of “The Amazing Spider-Man” premiered in 2012 and 2014) and “Murder Mystery” (2019).

The second project-up to “Transformers” will have the signature of the screenwriter Joby Harold, who wrote “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” (2017), and that this year it plans to release the tape “Army of the Dead” that has been directed by Zack Snyder.