'Transformers 4' is purportedly a soft reboot of the franchise, setting up an entirely new set of adventures and carrying on with a mostly new human cast. However, director Michael Bay is still at the helm, so it's no surprise it still, for better or worse, feels like the same thing. You already know if that delights or horrifies you, and the latest TV spots aren't going to change your mind.
Could this be the summer of Kelsey Grammer? The 'Cheers' and 'Fraiser' star has made attempts at the big screen before (he played Beast in 'X-Men: The Last Stand'), but this year he stars in two of the summer's bigger sequels: 'Transformers: Age of Extinction' and 'The Expendables 3.' And now Grammer gets the spotlight in the latest TV spots for 'Transformers 4.'
The 'Expendables' franchise has one thing going for it: nothing else can top it when it comes to the sheer number of interesting and noteworthy actors on screen. So it's not too surprising when 'The Expendables 3' drops 16 character posters on the same day because of course 'The Expendables 3' would have 16 characters important enough to warrant their own character posters.
For as much as FX's 'Anger Management' has been in the news this week, with questions arising over whether Charlie Sheen would abandon his 10/90 production deal, it seems FX hasn't soured on the format. The cable network has officially purchased an as-yet untitled sitcom starring Kelsey Grammer and Martin Lawrence under the same model, but what will the odd-couple pairing bring to TV?
Although 'Transformers 4' will undoubtedly have plenty of giant robots turning into cars and fighting each other, there will be no shortage of human interaction (i.e. screaming and yelling) between the scenes of carnage. At least we know that some of that screaming and yelling will be dignified and classy thanks to the casting of Kelsey Grammer as the film's human villain.
Well, we figured that Kelsey Grammer would need to find something to do after Starz opted not to go through with a third season of political drama 'Boss,' but this isn't exactly what we had in mind. According to new reports, unusually-matched celebrities Grammer and 'Big Momma's House' star Martin Lawrence are looking into the possibility of developing a sitcom together with Lionsgate TV, but what could the series possibly portray? And what might it have to do with FX's 'Anger Management?'
For as much critical acclaim (including a Golden Globe for Kelsey Grammer) as Starz's 'Boss' managed to garner in its two season run, it seems even mayors can be a slave to ratings. The pay-cable network has opted not to move forward with a third season of the under-performing Chicago mayoral drama, in spite of a cavalcade of stars hire to beef up its buzz. So what are the Starz brass saying of the cancellation, and what might it make room for?
Who were those celebrities guest-calling in to Kelsey Grammer’s fictional talk show on NBC’s ‘Frasier?’ Thanks to the ever-powerful Internet, we now have the answer!