Michael Bay eyes new Transformer trilogy

He swore he’d never go back, but Transformers 4 is indeed coming to pass with Michael Bay at the helm, and it’s currently slated for a June 27, 2014 release date.

Why Michael Bay couldn't refuse Transformers 4

Genre fans are obviously excited that Transformers will be back for another round in June 2014.

Want to work with Michael Bay on Transformers 4?

He swore he’d never go there again, but Michael Bay is indeed back for Transformers 4, and the film is  currently slated for a June 2014 release.

Michael Bay says Transformers 4 won't be a reboot

Love it or hate it, Transformers is essentially Michael Bay's franchise, and he's made it distinctly his own. 

Michael Bay talks Transformers 4

Although he swore up and down he'd never go back to it, and swears up and down this will be his last Transformers film, Michael Bay has indeed returned for Transformers 4.

Michael Bay the buccaneer

Michael Bay’s a busy guy these days. Right now, he’s shooting Pain and Gain, the dream project he’s always wanted to do, which is a smaller, black comedy about gym rats pulling a kidnapping. 

Will Michael Bay ruin Halloween 3D?

As everyone knows, Michael Bay's been quite busy lately. 

He's about to start his passion project, a smaller dark comedy called Pain and Gain, and after much deliberation he'll be helming Transformers 4. 

Transformers 4: Michael Bay is back

After Transformers 3, Michael Bay claimed he was done with the series, yet many felt there wasn't anyone else who could do the franchise justice. 

Michael Bay's Pain and Gain

Michael Bay is doing a complete 180 with his next film, Pain and Gain, which is a relatively pared down movie, at least compared to his usual action fare.

Michael Bay is undecided about Transformers

It's just like the line in Godfather III: as soon as he thought he was out, they're pulling him back in.

Transformers 3 is even bigger in IMAX

Michael Bay is a lot like the line in Spinal Tap: the amps go to eleven, or in his case, more like twenty. 

Like heavy metal itself, Bay wants everything bigger, fast, and more ear-splittingly louder than before.