The Transformers reboot will not have the same depth as its predecessor, the studio has announced.
The reboot of the Transformers franchise is set to hit theaters on May 26.
The film is the first of three movies in the franchise to be produced by Fox’s 20th Century Fox film studio.
In a statement, the company announced the announcement of a new title, The Transformers: The Complete Animated Series.
The original series, which aired on Fox in the 1980s and 1990s, featured a number of characters from the original franchise.
Transformers is set in the near future after a catastrophic event, and after the Autobots are forced to assemble a new team of heroes to save the day.
The Transformers franchise will include four films in the series, each taking place in the same time frame as the previous film.
Transformers: Generations is slated for a May 27 release, and the Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is set for a July 6 release.
Transformers stars Chris Pratt, Zachary Levi, Jacob Batalon, James Marsden, Laura Bailey, and Jaimie Alexander.