Transformers: The Last Knight starts filming in Cuba

Transformers: The Last Knight

by James White |
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Thanks to the recent lifting of some trade restrictions between the United States and Cuba, film productions can make like noisy tourists and bring their cast and crews to the country. Vin Diesel and the Fast 8 gang were the big studio trailblazers and now Cubans have been bearing witness to some Bayhem as Transformers: The Last Knight followed them for more vehicular madness.

Michael Bay plastered the above image up at Instagram, calling Cuba "amazing". Nothing has been said about exactly what was shot there, and there's no word on whether the vehicle is simply one of the island's typically classic cars or if it's a Transformer motoring around in disguise.

That lack of information extends to the plot; beyond the title, we don't yet known what Bay is cooking up from the script by Art Marcum, Matt Holloway and Ken Nolan, but we'd guess things will go kaboom. Reacting to the robo-madness will be Mark Wahlberg, back as Cade Yeager, Josh Duhamel, retuning to the role of Lennox, newcomer Isabela Moner as someone called Izabella and Jerrod Carmichael, whose character has yet to be announced.

Transformers: The Last Knight is currently scheduled to arrive on June 23 next year.

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