It seems as if more Transformers movies are on the way, even though Michael Bay swore he was done with the franchise forever.
Michael Bay insists he will not be helming Transformers 4 or 5 for Hasbro.
Hasbro, which owns hundreds of toy and game licenses, is in talks to produce several more films based on various franchises, including Transformers 4.
Film buffs were certainly rolling their eyes several years ago when Universal touted a number of movies based on board games.
There's a joke in Hollywood that only the last sequel of a movie series loses money, which if true, means there'll certainly be another Transformers movie.
After the ginormous success of Transformers 3, what’s next for Michael Bay?
Another huge epic that’s even bigger, louder, more bombastic and headsplitting than ever? What?
By the time you read this story, the third Transformers movie will have made a ton of money at the box office.
Pop quiz hot shot, what's the last celebrity profile you've read?
It's been said that right before a big breakthrough a lot of neurosis can come to the surface, and perhaps this is what's going on with the opening of Transformers 3D next week.
It's been said that Hollywood is like high school with money, although lately, it seems to come across more like kindergarden.
With its mind-bending plot and stark visual scenery, Inception would have made a great 3D movie. In fact, when shown footage of a 3D version of the flick, test audiences liked it. But director Chris Nolan didn't, so it was released in bland 2D.
Let's describe Michael Bay in three words: he hates 3D. So you can imagine when he's working on a movie that the studio demands be in 3D, it's not going to be all fun and games.