Michael Bay has taken to the Internet to bring order to a troubled universe. I don’t know about you, but I haven’t gotten a wink of sleep since finding out that Bay had apologized for making the first three Transformers films so “Goofy,” it was like nothing made sense any more. Bay must have heard about my tormented night terrors and decided to do something. (more…)
I’d really like to say that you can scroll down right now and see the first of what Michael Bay has put together to entice you into watching Transformers: Age of Extinction, but, alas, like all big things that happen near the end of the year, it is being saved for events much larger than me and my Internet reporting. Bay and his cast and crew have just finished all the principal photography on the flick and are setting up to start teasing us with it, and that first taste shall be during the world-famous Super Bowl commercial barrage. (more…)
We’ve all seen the new truck body that Optimus Prime will be sporting in Michael Bay‘s Transformers: Age of Extinction pictured above. Now we’ve finally got a peek at what Optimus Prime’s robot body will look like. (more…)
With it now being more or less common knowledge that the Dinobots will be in the upcoming robots in disguise fourquel (or quadquel which sounds almost like it could have been a Decepticon,) Transformers: Age of Extinction, one has to wonder how Grimlock et’al will work when Michael Bay gets his hands on them. Well, we might have an answer and I am not going to lie… It might be pretty damn cool.
JoBlo has revealed a (blurry) picture of some promotional art (allegedly) from the movie via an unnamed (yet apparently reliable) source that shows… well, you’ll just have to see it for yourself. It’s up after the jump. (more…)
A movie set can be a dangerous place, especially one with tons of special effect explosions and huge vehicles moving at break neck speeds like the Transformers: Age of Extinction Hong Kong set. What you don’t expect is director Michael Bay getting jumped and pounded on with all the security around him. (more…)
Riding on the backs of our childhood memories, Michael Bay has made serious fkn butt-loads of cash molesting the Transformers franchise. He will, in short order, be doing the same with our beloved Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. But there was a time, not so long ago, when Bay put together original (if not quite amazing) movies. Now, it seems as if he’ll be trying his hand at an actual new idea sometime in the future. And this time, he’s looking to pee all over the horror genre. (more…)
Shooting (both varieties – on film and with guns) continues on the fourth Transformers movie, which is not, regrettably, called Trans4mers, but instead is known as The Age of Extinction. This newest – official – set pic shows director Michael Bay doing what he does best: conducting the biggest, baddest and loudest action sequences known to film kind. Let’s go to the Bay-hem, already in progress:
It’s been a while since we’ve heard “boo” about the latest live-action incarnation of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The film being produced by Michael Bay and directed by Jonathan Liebesman has generated a lot (and I mean A LOT) of online hate, and some of it’s understandable given the rumors that have trickled out, but maybe these new spy pictures from the set will engender some good will.
If Latino Review is to be believed, then this is what the Turtles’ new sewer-bound lair looks like. Note the thrift store meets garbage dump decor, with a generous smattering of pizza boxes throughout the room. (I certainly hope that the filmmakers are getting Pizza Hut sponsorship money for their trouble.) This first angle shows the Turtles’ living area:
And this one shows the Bat Cave area:
So I bet you’re wondering about the authenticity of these pictures. Latino Review seems pretty convinced and they added the following message that has sent along with the pics:
“Kel here is the Ninja Turtles Lair, thought you would like it and let all the haters who don’t believe what you guys post try and debunk this one, which I can take a photo of the Falcon for you but that’s like Mission Impossible. Anyway Enjoy and Happy Birthday!”
I guess we’ll know shortly if they’re real or not, assuming, you know, if lawyers are involved. But lets us know what you think, Bastards? Does the film, at least, get the Turtles’ hole in the sewer right?
More news as it develops.
Source: Comic Book Movie
The longstanding rumor of Michael Bay‘s Transformers franchise is that the Dinobots were always one sequel away. Well, apparently, after three disastrously panned movies, Bay may have finally redeemed himself. Move over Ben Affleck, because we just got the news Hollywood has actually been waiting for…
Thanks to an internal document from the company Toys“R”Us, posted on the fan site TFORMERS, a key piece of information for Transformers 4 has come to light. Take a look below and see if you can spot the leak.
Did you catch it, under the release dates for Star Wars 7, 8 and 9? It says “Transformers 4 – June 2014 Dinobots theme,” and a toy line promoting a movie tends to stay with characters attached to said movie. That could be a strong indication that Transformers 4 is going to be putting our sword swinging Dino pals into the mix. Although, there are times where toy lines just say “screw it” and go off the rails like Hasbro has been doing for years, by putting characters in the line that have nothing to do with the film property.
What do you think? Does this give us an insight into what were all wanting to see or are we just looking at what we’ll be making our wallets a little bit lighter next year?