It seems that the story will continue after the events Transformers: Rise of the Monsters. Deadline reports that the film’s director, Stephen Capley Jr, is currently in talks to direct a Paramount Pictures sequel. Caple himself revealed the news on an episode of Crew call podcast, noting how he hopes to expand on that key reveal that comes in the end scene. The director notes how he intentionally put several easter eggs in the film to help establish all the places they can go in future films and spin-offs.
“I haven’t officially signed on for the upcoming movie,” Capley said, making it clear that those talks are still ongoing. “We’re in the works now, but I’m not officially signed on. I’m in talks. I’ve set up a lot of stuff on this movie… anytime.” [the studio, producers, and I] Talking about the future, you know, there’s a lot of ‘we’, the word ‘we’, so it just fell naturally like that. But everything else planted here was for the future, so, yeah, we’re in talks.”
On exploring more of this shock thriller at the end of the film, Caple also said, “I’d love to. I’ve got some ideas on how to branch out from that part of the IP… If I can do that crossover that I’m planning on doing that, I think there’s a way to feed Fans of what we want transformers Movies, but also do something cool with another legendary IP, so to speak… I’d be excited and happy. “
Stephen Capley Jr. has thoughts on where to take the story next
The conversation also included addressing Caple with the goal of attracting a more diverse audience to Transformers: Rise of the Monsters. As reported by Deadline, the film hit that target, attracting 30% of black moviegoers and 28% of Hispanic and Latino moviegoers. This is from the latest installment of the franchise, Bumblebeewhich attracted 25% Latino and Hispanic and 14% black moviegoers.
entirely, Transformers: Rise of the Monsters It grossed over $170 million worldwide, managing to surpass initial box office estimates. While reviews were mixed, with the film holding a 52% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, its audience score was very high, at 91%. With the film’s box office success and audiences enjoying it, planned sequels are likely to come, likely with Caple back in the director’s chair for the next installment.
Directed by Cable, Transformers: Rise of the Monsters Written by Joby Harold, Darnell Metayer, Josh Peters, Eric Hooper, and John Hooper. It stars Anthony Ramos, Dominic Fishback, Luna Lauren Vélez, Toby Nwegui, Sarah Stills, and Michael Kelly. The film also features the voices of Peter Cullen, Ron Perlman, Peter Dinklage, Michelle Yeoh, Pete Davidson, John Dimaggio, Michaela Jay Rodriguez, David Soboloff, and Colman Domingo.
Transformers: Rise of the Monsters It is now being shown in cinemas.