‘Transformers’ 4 and 5 might star Jason Statham

By brendon October 18, 2011 @ 1:10 PM

Ehren Kruger is a pretty shitty writer, so this seems hard to believe but apparently he has an idea so amazing that Paramount might film ‘Transformers’ 4 and 5 back-to-back, maybe even with Michael Bay directing them again despite earlier saying he was done with the franchise.

Even more surprising is the possibility of Jason Statham as the new lead. This would be bad news for the Decipticons, who keep in mind were 0-3 even when the Autobots were led by that nebbish little Jew.

(source = latino review)

(9) Comments

  1. avatar
    Mac-Daddy 10/18/2011 13:22

    Handsome Dan to the rescue

  2. avatar
    mercury 10/18/2011 13:33

    They actually might make two more of those?

  3. avatar
    Direman 10/18/2011 13:58

    “This would be bad news for the Decipticons, who keep in mind were 0-3 even when the Autobots were led by that nebbish little Jew.”

    This might be the funniest thing I’ve read in a month.

  4. avatar
    Observer 10/18/2011 14:05

    I think they should just re-title the first movies and see if anyone notices.

  5. avatar
    RangerLG 10/18/2011 14:10

    Whoever designed our cripple stall in the office is a complete moron! Yes, there is plenty of space, but they put the crapper about 6 inches from the wall and TP beside it. Have to sit sideways.

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    The Fried Man 10/18/2011 14:11

    Do these movies really need a plot? Why not just have Transformers and Decepticons flying around and blowing shit up? That’s all they are anyway…we’ll just cut out the middle man.

  7. avatar
    Rok 10/18/2011 14:13

    Transformers what and what?????

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