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Michael Bay Is Making A Coronavirus Pandemic Movie Titled ‘Songbird’

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief
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Michael Bay is making a new movie about the coronavirus pandemic.

According to Deadline, the Hollywood legend and Adam Goodman are teaming up for “Songbird.” The plot of the film is as follows:

It takes place two years in the future. The pandemic has not gone away. Lockdowns have been rolled back and then reinstated and it becomes even more serious as the virus continues to mutate. I don’t believe there are supernatural elements involved, but there is governmental conspiracy and paranoia and how it impacts the cast of characters who remain in lockdown.

This is going to be incredible. Will it be a high quality film? Not a clue. Further, who cares whether or not it is high quality? (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters)

All I know is that it’s going to be incredible. That much isn’t up for debate. When it comes to making fire entertainment content, you simply don’t find too many better options than Michael Bay.

The dude moves the needle. He produces great popcorn flicks, and you’re insane if you disagree. The man has never seen an explosion he didn’t love.

Nobody, and I mean nobody, blows stuff up and unleashes carnage like Michael Bay does. It’s his entire brand.

How many explosions and epic actions scenes can you get into a coronavirus pandemic film? Again, I have no idea, but I trust Michael Bay will get to the bottom of that question to find the answer.

I can’t wait for “Songbird.” I can’t wait! If I know anything about Michael Bay films (I do), we’re going to be in for an exhilarating ride!