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.
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'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.
Seeing as pirates tend to take what they want without fear of reproach, it should come as little surprise that Starz's forthcoming 'Treasure Island' prequel 'Black Sails' has already pilfered itself a second season, a full five months before the pilot premiere even airs to the general public. Still, will the Michael Bay-produced series live up to its promise?
The upcoming release of 'Thor: The Dark World' may bring back every cast member from the previous film, but there is a new man sitting behind the camera: Emmy award winner Alan Taylor, directing his first feature film in a decade. For many people...
News of Comic-Con 2013's many panels and events is starting to pour in, so Starz has issued the first major announcement of their own. The forthcoming Michael Bay-produced pirate drama and 'Treasure Island' prequel 'Black Sails' will hold a fan-only sneak peek screening of the pilot episode, and we've got all the details!
The other day we heard that Paramount Pictures is now back in the Jason Voorhees business, taking the rights to 'Friday the 13th' back from Warner Bros. and preparing a sequel to the 2009 remake. Today, we learn that the producers of that remake, Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes production company, are back in the saddle as well.
Explosion-happy director Michael Bay is entering the world of video game adaptations through the Tom Clancy-based 'Ghost Recon,' with hopes of turning the series into a film franchise, as Michael Bay does.
As you may remember, 'Transformers 3' (dubbed 'Dark of the Moon') climaxed with a massive battle between warring robots that essentially leveled the city of Chicago. We expect nothing less from director Michael Bay, so we didn't bat an eye at that iconic skyline crumbling into a million pieces. However, Bay has shared a new image from the set of 'Transformers 4' that suggests that this massive action set piece has had a lasting impact on the world.
In the past couple of days, Michael Bay revealed new looks at his metallic 'Transformers 4' cast, including two Autobots and the latest iteration of Optimus Prime. Now he's unveiled the "new" Bumblebee, who underwent a few transformations of his own.