Transformers 5 already sounded like it was going to be pretty crazy, with Mark Wahlberg and Anthony Hopkins attached and some hints that the Dinobots from Transformers: Age of Extinction were returning. Now it looks like two more characters will be popping up in next year’s Transformers: The Last Knight: King Arthur, and Adolf Hitler!
Liam Garrigan’s casting as King Arthur was confirmed last month, but late last week, there was a Transformers controversy going down at Winston Churchill’s former home. Blenheim Palace in Woodstock, Oxfordshire was reportedly the set of a staged Nazi invasion that will take place in The Last Knight.
War veterans fury as filmmakers stage Nazi invasion at Sir Winston Churchill’s home https://t.co/4FewL3UWZC— FameFlynet - (@FameFlynet) September 22, 2016
In a recent Facebook Live video, Wahlberg revealed that there will be mini-Dinobots in the next Transformers film, as if the Dinobots from Age of Extinction simply weren’t compact enough. How did they get smaller? Did Hitler have a hand in Dinobot engineering? Will King Arthur help the mini-Dinobots battle the Nazis? These are real questions, from a real movie!
Transformers: The Last Knight drops on June 23, 2017. Two more Transformers sequels are planned for the summers of 2018 and 2019, respectively.
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