It's a wrap, folks! 'Transformers 4' (officially titled 'Transformers: Age of Extinction') has finished production, director Michael Bay announced today. So when will we be getting our first trailer? Like anything as grandiose as live-action dinobots, Bay needs a big stage, so the 2014 Super Bowl is perfect.
Transformers, roll out...your new look!
Because 'Transformers 4' is a reboot (-ish?), the characters are all gone (so long Shia!) and the robots have all been redesigned. We've already showed you what the new Optimus Prime will look like in his truck form and today we have the first look at what the new Optimus Prime will look like as a robot.
The turtles are back in an all-new remake of 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,' produced by 'Transformers 4' helmer Michael Bay and directed by Jonathan Liebesman. But don't expect that classic "bouncy cartoon feel," though. Star William Fichtner, playing Shredder in the film, recently opened up about the new take on the turtles and the villain, revealing that this could be the start of more to come.
For as much as we still miss the days of 'Spartacus,' the many goodies to emerge from the ongoing New York Comic-Con have seen Starz giving rise to two new trailers; not only do we have our best look yet at Michael Bay pirate drama 'Black Sails,' but also a new full-length trailer for 'Da Vinci's Demons' season 2!
Michael Bay has delivered some of the most explosive action films of all time, including the 'Transformers' franchise, 'Armageddon' and 'Pearl Harbor,' racking up $4.7 billion gross -- and a ton of haters -- in the process. Now it seems he might turn his attention next to something he's been dreaming about for some time: directing his own horror movie.
'Transformers 4' has been busy filming in Detroit, setting up car chases, explosions and the like. Aside from the numerous photos of the newly designed autobots and decepticons -- the various leaked set videos -- director Michael Bay and team Paramount have yet to reveal any official looks at the new cast ... until now!
There's an art to choosing a film's release date, particularly when you're dealing with big summer tentpoles that could spawn a franchise and need the perfect placement. What date would be perfect for the upcoming remake/reboot of 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles'? We're not sure, but it looks like Paramount decided to make a change and have pushed the film back a few months.