Entertainment Michael Bay 'bittersweet' at Transformers premiere

14:41  19 june  2017
14:41  19 june  2017 Source:   BANG Showbiz

Michael Bay 'bittersweet' at Transformers premiere

  Michael Bay 'bittersweet' at Transformers premiere Michael Bay, who has helmed all five of the 'Tranformers' movies, admitted he felt "bittersweet" at the premiere of 'The Last Knight' on Sunday (18.06.17) as it is the last movie in the franchise that he will helm.The 52-year-old filmmaker has helmed all five of the 'Transformers' movies since they started back in 2007 but recently revealed he will no longer be involved in the franchise after the fifth movie and as he attended the glitzy event in London's Leicester Square on Sunday (18.07.17), Bay spilled that he felt a bit "sad" to know it was his final time walking the red carpet as the series' director.

Nokia and the good people at WOMWorld (now Nokia Connects) brought me to Michael Bay ’s premiere in Miami and before the film began, he briefly spoke about the bittersweet feeling of finishing work on the third Transformers but it being his last.

Although it wasn’t a press-focused premiere like the Moscow and New York Transformers 3 events, this more intimate night out did have a red carpet setup for Michael Bay “ bittersweet ” for him, in that he’s happy to have accomplished what he did with the third Transformers film and the six years of his

Michael Bay at Transformers premiere © Bang Showbiz Michael Bay at Transformers premiere

Michael Bay admitted the global premiere of 'Transformers: The Last Knight' was a "bittersweet" experience for him.

The 52-year-old filmmaker has helmed all five of the 'Transformers' movies since they started back in 2007 but recently revealed he will no longer be involved in the franchise after the fifth movie and as he attended the glitzy event in London's Leicester Square on Sunday (18.07.17), Bay spilled that he felt a bit "sad" to know it was his final time walking the red carpet as the series' director.

Speaking at the premiere - which was attended by lead star Mark Wahlberg - he said: "It's sad. It's my last one. Seeing all the characters and actors, it is a little bittersweet."

Michael Bay 'bittersweet' at Transformers premiere

  Michael Bay 'bittersweet' at Transformers premiere Michael Bay, who has helmed all five of the 'Tranformers' movies, admitted he felt "bittersweet" at the premiere of 'The Last Knight' on Sunday (18.06.17) as it is the last movie in the franchise that he will helm.The 52-year-old filmmaker has helmed all five of the 'Transformers' movies since they started back in 2007 but recently revealed he will no longer be involved in the franchise after the fifth movie and as he attended the glitzy event in London's Leicester Square on Sunday (18.07.17), Bay spilled that he felt a bit "sad" to know it was his final time walking the red carpet as the series' director.

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Watch the online premiere of ‘Shoshanna’s Skateboard’. Michael Bay feels ‘ bittersweet ’ about leaving the Transformers films behind him (Picture: Getty Images). Humans and Transformers are at war, Optimus Prime is gone.

Although Bay is no longer attached to the franchise, when asked if he could be persuaded to return he said he needs a "little time" after only finishing the latest instalment "five days ago".

Co-producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura, who also attended the premiere, will try and get Bay back on board for another Autobot adventure.

He said: "He's left it in a great place and he wants to leave it that way. He has broken the mould with this one and allowed the franchise to possibly carry on in the future.

"I will press on Michael to do one more. We are all going to give it a shot."

Although Bay is finished with the franchise for now, Paramount and Hasbro, who own the rights to the brand, are moving ahead with the next movie and are confident they can find the right director to helm the project and stick to their planned release schedule.

Josh Duhamel reveals gruelling preparation for Transformers: The Last Knight .
Josh Duhamel trained with the Navy SEALS, and signed up for yoga classes to prepare for 'Transformers: The Last Knight'.The 44-year-old actor has reprised his role as Lieutenant Colonel William Lennox in the action film for the fourth time, and in preparation for the movie the dark-haired hunk underwent gruelling workout sessions with The United States Navy's Sea, Air, and Land Teams "every day" at 6.30 am, which he refused to bail out of in fear he would look weak.

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