Josh Duhamel also says he won't be in the fourth installment of the franchise

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has reportedly confirmed that she will not be returning for the next installment of Transformers.

Earlier this month, it was revealed that Michael Bay will be returning to direct another film in the robot franchise series and that the new movie would be “a whole new reimagining of Transformers.”

It appears that Huntington-Whiteley, who replaced Megan Fox as the film’s leading actress in Transformers: Dark Of The Moon, will not return again, with a source telling the Daily Mirror: “Rosie enjoyed being in the third film but action’s not really her bag. She doesn’t want to get typecast.”

Another of the franchise’s stars, Josh Duhamel, also said that he would not be returning and that neither Tyrese Gibson or Shia LaBeouf would return either.

He said when asked if he, or any of the current cast would be in the fourth film: “I don’t think anybody’s doing it. I know Shia LaBeouf is not doing it. I don’t think Tyrese Gibson or Rosie or anybody else is doing it.”

The third installment of Transformers is the fourth most successful film in box office history, with a worldwide gross of over $1.12 billion (£713 million). You can watch a clip from the film by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.