Transformers: The Last Knight, which Bay has gone on record as saying will be his last directorial outing in the Transformers universe, features the return of Mark Wahlberg's Cade Yeager, alongside fellow Transformers veteran Josh Duhamel. New faces this time around include Anthony Hopkins (Hitchcock), Isabela Moner (Splitting Adam), Jerrod Carmichael (Neighbors) and Allen Phoenix (Good Deed).
We don't yet know who Haddock will be playing in the film, but we would expect her to be dodging giant robots and huge explosions before the week is out.
Rumours surfaced recently – spoiler alert should any of this turn out to be accurate – that the film will somehow tie in with Arthurian legend and that Optimus Prime's mission to bring his home world of Cybertron back to life with an artifact that has links to Merlin, but we will wait to see whether that particular plot information drifts away into the ether once the official synopsis arrives.
With Megatron back on villain duty, Transformers: The Last Knight will rampage across our screens on 23 June next year.