The next installment of the popular sci-fi series “Transformers” franchise will premiere in 2019, according to an article published on The Hollywood Reporter.
The article, which was first reported by Deadline, does not reveal a release date.
But it does offer a preview of what to expect from the movie that is set to feature new characters and a return to the original series’ signature robot-based aesthetic.
According to the article, the movie will follow the first two films, which were released in 2019 and 2021.
It’s not clear whether the movie was planned for 2019 or 2021.
But in 2019’s “Transformer: Dark of the Moon,” the series first opened with a prologue.
It then followed up with the follow-up movie, which came out in 2018.
In 2021’s “Toys,” the first film debuted in the summer and focused on a female leader, who has a son named Maximus, a robot who can turn into any kind of animal.
The movie that was set in 2019 was released in 2018, and was based on a book written by James Robinson.
The new film is slated to premiere in theaters in 2020, although it is not clear when it will begin.
It will be the second time the franchise has come to Blu-rays.
In the past, the films have been released on DVD in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.