Following a cryptic warning video last week, the Transformers 5 villain has revealed himself in a new teaser for Transformers: The Last Knight. There’s no footage quite yet as production is only just gearing up, but Michael Bay has also posted a set video that you can check out in the second player below. It even reveals the automotive form of a new robot character! Continue reading
Paramount has dated its next three Transformers sequels, and they will come in quick succession beginning in 2017.
Transformers 5 will open on June 23, 2017, while Transformers 6 will come a year later on June 8, 2018. And Transformers 7 is slotted for June 28, 2019.
The first four Transformers movies, which launched in 2007, have earned $3.8 billion at the box office worldwide. Continue reading
It has previously been rumored that the evil alien Krang would make an appearance in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2. Well, now producer Michael Bay has confirmed it! During an interview with Rolling Stone, Bay talks about the weird brain creature with the effects team working on the film about how the character will look. Continue reading
The streets have been clamoring for a Bad Boys threequel for a decade now, ever since Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, and Michael Bay colluded to make one of the best action films of all time (Bad Boys 2, of course). As Michael Bay moved on to robots, Will fell back, and Martin fell off, it began to seem like a pipe dream. But now, not only is Bad Boys 3 really, truly happening, there’s also a fourth right behind it. Long live Hollywood’s franchise thirst. First an ensemble film and now yet another sequel, Will sure is taking strides to get out of his career rut, isn’t he?
Not to be a Debbie Downer, but there is one thing casting a cloud over this otherwise exciting news, though: Michael Bay’s relative non-involvement. Say what you will, but when the man is at his best he makes things explode like no other. It’s not hyperbole to count him equal to Will and Martin as a key factor in what makes the first two films macho-action classics. Joe Carnahan (Narc, Smokin Aces, The Grey) is already attached to direct BB3. Hopefully he’ll do a fine job honoring the magic that came before him. But please, for the love of sun-soaked, high-octane shootout climaxes, let the Hollywood stars align to bring Bay back for 4. Fingers crossed. Anyway, if Sony’s dates stick, expect Bad Boys 3 February 2017 and Bad Boys 4 July 2019.
Producer Michael Bay has released a photo giving us our first look at Arrow star Stephen Amell as vigilante Casey Jones in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2. The mask he’s wearing seems to have all the elements of what we’ve seen in the comics, but it also has its own exaggerated style. The look definitely fits the style of these movies. Continue reading
Producer Michael Bay released three images from the set of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 on his website, and they show off the vehicles that we will see in the movie. The vehicles you see here include a garbage truck that has been transformed into an urban assault party wagon vehicle for the Ninja Turtles as well as a Polaris Slingshot.
Word comes today that Paramount Pictures is hoping to emulate Lucasfilm’s plans for “Star Wars” with the development of spin-off films to their hit “Transformers” franchise. I Am Legend writer Akiva Goldsman will work with Michael Bay, Steven Spielberg, and Lorenzo di Bonaventura to create a “writer’s room,” the goal of which will be to develop ideas for a “multi-part Transformers sequel” and “potential spin-off films.” Continue reading