Michael Bay teases insane crossover with Logan Paul: ‘We could work together’

Veteran film director Michael Bay, best known for Bad Boys, Transformers and Ambulance, may have an insane crossover up his sleeve as the filmmaker teased a collaboration with YouTuber and boxer Logan Paul.

Michael Bay’s career has been nothing short of explosive, with the high-octane director bringing his flair for bombast to franchises like Transformers. Although the filmmaker has just released Jake Gyllenhaal’s action film Ambulance, it appears he has his next project in mind.

Who could star in Bay’s next blockbuster? Well, Logan Paul himself might be just the man for the job.

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Michael Bay directed the 1995 hit Bad Boys, starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence.

Michael Bay and Logan Paul could “collaborate” on a project.

In a video uploaded to Michael Bay’s Instagram account, the Bad Boys director can be seen with Logan Paul, who has just made his WWE debut. Entitled “Logan Paul is in the house! Talking Movies, Career Dreams,” it’s possible this meetup wasn’t just a social call.

Logan Paul tweeted on April 8 about the debut of a trailer for “a heart project” into which he has “poured” his life. “This will be the greatest thing I’ve ever done,” Paul continues in the announcement.

Additionally, in Bay’s Instagram video, the director says, “I’m here with Logan Paul talking about acting… we could work together.”

Fans of the pair are also already on board with the idea of ​​their collaboration, with Instagram user @flipvoyage saying, “As crazy as that sounds, I think these two would feed each other very well on set or in a movie.”

While it may just be a happy accident, coupled with a useful helping of promotion for Bay’s latest film Ambulance, Bay and Paul’s careers are both wildly unpredictable.

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Emma Bowman

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