While America may reject Transformers, China demands a sequel. Michael Bay shot one two many explosions as his latest venture was the lowest grossing film of the franchise in the U.S. with critics and audiences saying enough is enough. But clearly enough is never enough in Hollywood, as China alone is pushing Transformers 5 into production. If you thought China wasn’t a threat to Hollywood, it’s now controlling over it. With money to spend, China’s box office is slowly becoming bigger than the U.S.’s meaning the content Hollywood puts out with be forever changed to cater to it’s new biggest demographic. Expect T5 to take place in China, like the fourth movie (as Michael Bay has learned don’t fix something that’s functioning just repeat exactly what you’ve been doing). We would think the infamous director would return behind the camera as his other projects haven’t fared too well. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 is starting production so his energy may be geared to launching a new franchise instead of dragging out an old one. We have no doubt that Transformers 5 will recoup it’s money in the U.S. but we have every doubt that it’ll be truly successful. The term successful has forever changed with the addition of Marvel and it’s billion dollar movies, and we doubt Michael Bay and company can keep up. Expect a thin plot line, offensive characters, and a hell of a lot of random expositions. But at the end of the day, we’re the ones who are making it happen. Not Hollywood. The moviegoers. If you want to put an end to it it’s simple- don’t watch it. Not like any of you will refrain from hate watching the next blockbuster.