The Transformers movies have a huge following and make a ton of money world-wide, but certainly nobody confuses them for high art. In fact, despite all his success, Michael Bay is one of the most critically reviled directors in Hollywood.
They said it couldn’t be done, but never say never. Michael Bay always swore up and down he’d never do another Transformers film, but thankfully for fans of the franchise he changes his mind a lot. After helming his dream movie, Pain and Gain, about muscle heads up to no good, Bay is indeed back for Transformers: Age of Extinction.
So Michael Bay shot his mouth off recently, calling out Pacific Rim for being a Transformers rip-off, a remark he subsequently apologized for.
Hardly a week goes by before the announcement of a new Guillermo Del Toro project, and there’s also hardly a week that goes by when Michael Bay doesn’t shoot his mouth off about something, and for his latest lame-brained rant, he’s going after Del Toro’s Pacific Rim.
Although it’s hard to imagine a Transformers movie being small, Bay said that he’s going to be "starting off smaller" with the next film, which will be the first in a new trilogy.
In the internet age, it’s very difficult to keep anything under wraps, and Hollywood is always terrified of leaks.
Development picks up on the new film in the wildly popular franchise.
Another day, another Michael Bay internet brawl. Bay of course is the director of the current Transformers franchise, and he’s also famous for his less than diplomatic ways.
Anyone who grew up in the genre saturated 80's will undoubtedly remember the original Transformers cartoons and toys that were almost truly ubiquitous.
Genre fans are obviously excited that Transformers will be back for another round in June 2014.
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.
Veteran genre director Michael Bay always swore Transformers 3 would be his last film in the popular franchise. Nevertheless, Bay has indeed returned for 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.
As a child of the ’80s, I have a soft spot in my heart for the Transformers.
Those kindhearted robots blew our minds with their ability to go from everyday vehicle to mega-machine in seconds flat.
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.
The screenwriters from Team Abrams have been doing very well for themselves these days.
There are certain talent personalities in Hollywood who have specific skills you call upon, and some writers and directors definitely specialize in big, event movies.
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.
HighMoon Studios has debuted a new trailer for its upcoming Transformers tie-in video game, Fall of Cybertron.
I already knew from having recently seen the film which comprises the first five episodes of the first season that Transformers: Prime is a fun show with a lot of cross demographic appeal.