Last night, Paramount Pictures released the final international trailer for “Transformers 5,” and revealed that the movie should not be mixed up with "Bumblebee."

According to a spokesperson, “Transformers: The Last Knight” is an entirely different project, which combines characters from the 2014 movie “Transformers: Age of Extinction” and another Hollywood thriller. Previously, a 20-second clip debuted at the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards, but it did not reveal much about the storyline.

In contrast, the latest trailer alludes to the “secret history” of the “Transformers” in the world, going back to medieval times and as far back as thousands of years ago.

It shows that the Autobots joined forces with King Arthur, his Knights, and the Decepticons.

The Bayhem style

For almost ten years, the “Transformer” movies have depicted the Bayhem-style action sequences. But it’s not confirmed whether “Transformers: The Last Knight” will retain the old formula or not. Has the filmmaker fixed the minor faults in the previous film? There is no official information in this regard, but the latest trailer reveals that “Transformers 5” will explore a whole new world of protagonists.

The new film has several villains who are far stronger than the original, so it’s not going to be easy for the heroes to defeat them on the battlefield. With the story and dialogue penned by Matt Halloway ("Iron Man") and Ken Nolan ("Black Hawk Down"), the movie will swing into theaters on June 23, 2017.

The production and box office projections

Principal photography started in March 2016 in Cuba, and concluded in January 2017. Filming also took place in Arizona, Michigan, and Chicago under the working title “E75.” Production moved to Scotland in August 2016 where several action sequences were shot.

As with the previous projects, Industrial Light & Magic has served as the visual effects company for “Transformers 5.” In January 2016, the company reportedly showed Michael Bay an underwater alien spaceship and a dump-truck with cloaks to attract his attention.

The film is projected to gross up to $35 million from the United States and Canada in its opening weekend and $20 million from other territories. The movie is expected to earn $950 million globally.

Previously, it was reported that Michael Bay refused to direct future “Transformers” movies.

But in December 2016, Rolling Stone confirmed that he would return to the film series as Paramount Pictures had offered him a lump sum of $42 million. The studio spent $80 million on production in parts of the United States and Europe.