A sequel into Transformers spin-off Bumblebee is reportedly in development at its studio Paramount Pictures, Due to This Movie’s global box office performance of 413.5 million (Roughly Rs. 2,949.33 crores).
That’s less than every mainline Transformers entrance, including the last one from 2017 — The Last Knight — that was considered a’collapse’ at $605.4 million. Obviously, that was because the Transformers franchise has double scaled the $1-billion mark — with chapters four and three, 2011’s Dark of the Moon and 2014’s Age of Extinction, respectively — but moreover, Bumblebee has been cheaper to produce for Paramount than each other Transformers film.
Deadline brings word of this newest development, asserting that Paramount Pictures has a Bumblebeesequel in the works, after an animated Transformers film and more mainline entries that”may present new characters and bring others together”. Both the Bumblebee director Travis Knight and writer Christina Hodson have said in interviews that they have thoughts for a Bumblebee sequel, that will explore the time-gap involving Bumblebee’s 1980s setting and Michael Bay’s initial Transformers film, set around 2007.
“When I get to the end of one of my films, I envision what’s next for the characters,” Knight told CinemaBlend last month. “Therefore, in my thoughts, I have all these situations and experiences that perform, both with Charlie [Watson, played with Hailee Steinfeld] as well as Bee and everyone else. We are going to see if the world needs more. Maybe we will explore a few of those things”
“I do. I know precisely what I wanna do with one,” Hodson told Variety earlier this month, when asked if she has thoughts for a Bumblee sequel. “I don’t know if we are gonna do it — we’ve got to determine if crowds go and watch this movie. However, I know where I need to decide on the next one.”
Paramount feels moviegoers have completed their job, taking Bumblebee to $413.5 million in the worldwide box office, with $117.1 million (roughly Rs. 835.21 crores) by the united states, $108.8 million (about Rs. 775.44 crores) in China, and $187.6 million (roughly Rs. 1,337.86 crores) from other niches. Better yet, Bumblebee gets the greatest critical acclaim of any film in the Transformers franchise, with a 92 percent rating on testimonials aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.