There are bad movies, then there are Michael Bay Transformers bad movies. According to the critics, this 2017 installment is up there with the worst.
Producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura explained that the 1985 setting will showcase a low key picture that is akin to the 1999 animated feature
Sitting down with Stephen Colbert to reflect over his illustrious career, the 60-year old was circumspect about his time with Michael Bay.
Thor vs Hulk! Transformers vs Marky Mark! Justice League vs The Critics! Oh my! April has so far been a great month for trailers!
The director might have said that The Last Knight is his farewell to the franchise, but a new filmmaker will have the chance to develop over a dozen fresh titles.
Footage show at CinemaCon has spilled the beans on the meaning behind the mysterious title as Michael Bay preps for an adaptation of Hunting El Chapo.
The 51-year old wrote his final goodbye to a series he has helped to make billions at the box office, walking away from the franchise once and for all.
With both major blockbusters being represented by Paramount Pictures, there were plans underway to link the two worlds in the third instalment of the Dwayne Johnson franchise.
Spider-Man! Furious cars! Transformers! Guardians! Apes! Oh my!
Michael Bay could very well be adapting to a changing landscape, including more gravitas and reality to his blockbuster CGI franchise.
The upcoming 2017 blockbuster will be going back in time as the director shares some insights into the big budget production.