Hit movie Transformers will hit theaters again! Mark Wahlberg and Anthony Hopkins team up as they engage in action to save the planet in the latest teaser that gave fans an exclusive peek into the upcoming “Transformers: The Last Knight.”

Excitement continues to build up as the teaser highlighted Director Michael Bay’s vision of providing the best experience for viewers as he worked his magic behind IMAX cameras. Amidst the excitement, actor Mark Wahlberg confirms exit from the movie franchise.

“Transformers: The Last Knight” teaser shot in IMAX cameras

Human and transformer’s war is in progress in the widely anticipated fifth movie installment “Transformers: The Last Knight.” The fifth Transformer stint scheduled to conquer theaters on June 30 brought fans to the edge of their seats with an exclusive sneak peak of what is about to come.

Newly-released teaser follows Cade Yeager as he journeys to uncover why the Transformers have decided to return to earth. The short clip rolls out with an explosion.

Sir Edmund Burton hints that a great secret is about to be revealed in the upcoming movie installment. He forges an alliance with Cade, Bumblebee and Vivian as they set out for a journey to discover why the Transformers keep returning to Earth.

Michael Bay is in the spotlight as it highlighted his eccentric tricks while shooting the film behind IMAX cameras. The director says he has always aimed to push through boundaries with the ultimate goal of delivering only the best experience to the audience. Bay stressed that “Transformers: The Last Knight” is the first film to use IMAX to shoot not a mere 5-minute footage but whooping 98% of the film’s total runtime.

Mark Wahlberg and Michael Bay confirm exit from the movie franchise

Alongside news of “Transformers: The Last Knight” latest teaser, actor Mark Wahlberg who is currently on his second appearance as Cade Yaeger in the film after “Transformers: Age of Extinction” confirms that the fifth installment will be his last film in the franchise.

Director Michael Bay has initially announced that The Last Knight will be his final Transformer film. Mark Wahlberg falls in the same line as he confirmed that he will no longer be around for the sixth Transformer installment.

Wahlberg says huge movies such as the "Transformers" demand and take a lot of time from an actor like him. The actor exclaims he wanted his life back. And in order to make it happen, the actor has decided that “Transformers: The Last Knight” would be his last franchise appearance.