Transformers fans have nothing to worry about; it looks like these flicks will keep transforming until 2020. Hasbro Studios announced the news last week, letting fans know that the popular franchise will be releasing four more movies to the already four-film series, IGN reports.
The studio production company announced there is a follow up to Transformers: Age of Extinction already in the works, with plans to quickly bring in the others soon after. The press release, which was given by the studio’s president Stephen J. Davis, did not spill any more details concerning when the films would be dropping or who would land the lead roles.
In the last three films, the lead role was played by former Disney star Shia Labeouf. In the fourth film, Shia was swapped out for Mark Wahlberg, possibly because of Shia’s lashing out in the media. The female lead role has also been swapped out a number of times by Megan Fox and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
There’s no telling who will be in the next film, or the even the next three afterwards. But the one thing that is certain is that the Transformers franchise isn’t going anywhere for the next ten years.