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.
A number of theme park rides, along with board games, are currently in various stages of development as feature films.
Michael Bay - who previously insisted he would have nothing more to do with the wildly popular Transformers franchise - has penned an official letter confirming his participation in the upcoming fourth installment of the property.
You may recall the controversy that erupted back in the 90's when Interview With the Vampire was adapted into a movie and Tom Cruise played Lestat.
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.
Transformers: Autocracy is a one shot, twelve part comic book series from IDW, based on the wildly popular Transformers franchise.
Steven Spielberg just celebrated his 65th birthday on December 16, but you wouldn't know it because the Hollywood veteran always had the soul and energy of a kid.
Another year is already behind us, but the box office results were pretty clear by the end of December.
Paramount Home Entertainment has announced the upcoming release of a limited edition collector’s box-set for Michael Bay's Transformers trilogy.
Personally, I wouldn't piss off a fifty-foot tall robot equipped with laser weapons, but then I'm not in charge at Asus.
How much stuff can a director blow up during his career? If you’re Michael Bay, clearly a lot: close to a thousand explosions, actually.
Transformers Prime is the current incarnation of the franchise on television. The story begins with Darkness Rising, a CGI animated pilot film which establishes the series conflict.
It's just like the line in Godfather III: as soon as he thought he was out, they're pulling him back in.
Hasbro, which owns hundreds of toy and game licenses, is currently in talks to produce several more films based on various franchises, including Transformers 4 and 5.
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.
If I want to see a new movie, I have absolutely no problem laying down my hard earned money for it.
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.
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?