With the critically unexpected success of Transformers: Dark of the Moon, rumors about where the franchise is going next are starting to fly already.
By the time you read this story, the third Transformers movie will have made a ton of money at the box office.
The third Transformers film is the best of them.
Paramount expects Transformers: Dark of the Moon to make $150 million dollars during the first 7 days after its release - including over the long Fourth of July weekend.
It's been said that Hollywood is like high school with money, although lately, it seems to come across more like kindergarden.
MTV caught up with Shia LaBeouf after the Movie Awards last weekend to ask about the upcoming Transformers: Dark of the Moon.
Robert Evans, the infamous former head of Paramount who wrote the classic Hollywood memoir "The Kid Stays in the Picture," used to say the first weekend for a film was like a parachute.
With the third Transformers nearly upon us in July, it brings me back to when I spoke to the amazing screenwriting duo Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci about the first 2007 film.
With the success of Lost, Alias, the big screen reinvention of Star Trek and now Super 8, JJ Abrams has proven himself a powerhouse in both movies and television.
Paramount Pictures today released a behind-the-scenes featurette which details the use of the wingsuits in the film.
As the 3D movie industry grows bigger and bigger, we've seen optical companies get in on the craze by offering their own brand of glasses you can take to the movie theater. But this one takes the cake.
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.