Steven Caple Jr to helm new Transformers movie

By: PTI | Los Angeles |

November 17, 2020 2:22:51 pm





Steven Caple Jr’s Transformers movie will release on June 24, 2022. (Photo: Instagram/stevencaplejr)

Creed 2 helmer Steven Caple Jr will direct a new movie in the Transformers universe for Hasbro and Paramount Pictures.

Paramount had decided in January this year to go for a soft revamp of the franchise, which has collectively made over USD 4 billion at the box office.

According to Deadline, the studio was working on two different scripts from writers James Vanderbilt and Joby Harold.

Harold’s take won out, and Paramount began meeting with directors to hear their visions for it. In the end, Caple was chosen to direct the new movie.

The film’s plot details have been kept under wraps.

The new Transformers movie has a release date of June 24, 2022.

Caple Jr, who made his feature filmmaking debut with The Land in 2016, is best known for directing Creed 2, starring Michael B Jordan and Sylvester Stallone.

The movie was a follow-up to 2015 hit Creed.

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