Back right before 'Transformers: Dark of the Moon' came out, director Michael Bay said several times that he wasn't going to touch the Autobots or the Decepticons ever again once the trilogy was completed. Well, the trilogy is done and here we are on the heels of yet another Michael Bay 'Transformers' movie. But that's not the big news.

One would expect for Michael Bay to bring back all of the regular cast to 'Transformers 4,' but surprisingly that won't be the case. On a recent interview with Michael Bay, The LA Times reports that he pretty much confirmed this fact, though they weren't given a direct quote.

The Times says, "The fourth film will include some redesign of the robots and an entirely new cast. [Bay] also said it will be his last and set the franchise up 'for the next guy.'"

It doesn't sound like he's setting up the franchise for the next person. He already did that with the previous three films. Does that mean Michael Bay is so attached to the series that he can't bear to have another filmmaker take a crack at it? Perhaps, but we really wish Michael Bay would spend his time putting together 'Bad Boys 3.' Come on, you know those films are great in their own comical way.

Do you want to see Michael Bay do another 'Transformers' movie? What do you want him to do differently the fourth time around? Let us known in the comments below.