Looking fresh in a pale pink dress despite the heat, she said of joining the Transformers cast: "My first day, I've never experienced a feeling like that, it's enormous". This week's fifth entry in the series, Transformers: The Last Knight, will be the second to star Mark Wahlberg and, according to a new interview with the actor, it will also be his last.
We'll have to wait and see when Transformers: The Last Knight hits theaters next week on June 21.
Co-producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura, who also attended the premiere, said he will try and get Bay back on board for the next movie.
While everything could change, Michael Bay told Fandango that he's enjoyed it but simply doesn't have it in him anymore. So, you have to be careful about what somebody says about somebody unless you doubt them personally. I've done it enough, and I've had a great time doing it.
"It's the last one so I get my life back!".
There is a reason you can't remember anything from the action scenes in any of the Transformers movies.
What do you think of the actor choosing to leave the Transformers franchise?
Don't forget that a year ago, Paramount announced the release dates for three more films in the franchise, with The Last Knight being the first. He admits he had a good run with the franchise but he still wants to make other movies.
He had recently filmed Patriots Day before Transformers 5 went into production, which required a totally different body shape.
Bay is shooting The Last Knight in IMAX 3D.
To save the world, Mark's character Cade Yeager forms an alliance with Transformer Bumblebee and Laura's Oxford University professor Viviane Wembly to learn the secrets of why the Transformers keep returning to Earth. As revealed above, Bay has shot almost 98% of the film with IMAX cameras, which should immediately make seeing this film, on the absolute biggest screen possible, an absolute must.