Michael Bay has confirmed that he is returning to helm Transformers 5 for Paramount Pictures. While you may be wonder “WTF, Bay!?” There is a silver lining to this news.
The Transformers movie franchise is continuing on but up to this point we have only seen images of the featured vehicles and some on-location videos showing explosions, cars and more explosions. Well, now a full title for the film has been announced along with the first poster!
The Michael Bay produced Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie has already been met with backlash from the moment a whiff of the script was leaked. Apparently things are turning around as Ninja Turtles creator Kevin Eastman says the movie will blow us away. I’m not completely convinced of that, but if more pictures like the following continue to be released I could be swayed.
The director of the last three Transformer movies is back again for the fourth and he has slowly been releasing images of how different robo-characters will look in their car form. We have already seen the redesigned Bumblebee and Optiums Prime, but today we have a completely new, un-named character for you to see!
Michael Bay cast Megan Fox as April O’Neil in the upcoming Turtles reboot, much to the fans’ chagrin. And while we aren’t expecting much to come of this, the first set photo has been released, and honestly, she doesn’t look half bad, but you can take the jump and see for yourself.
Everyone can let out a sigh of relief over the announcement from Michael Bay that the turtles in his upcoming Ninja Turtles movie are not going to be aliens.
Guess I’m out of the loop, but I didn’t even realize Paramount was interested in doing another Transformers movie, let alone hiring Mark Wahlberg to star in the movie.
Though there are a number of fans totally against Michael Bay’s Ninja Turtles movie, the studios and director are moving ahead. Paramount Pictures has announced that principal photography for the movie kicks off this summer.
So you may have heard there is a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie coming out from Michael Bay. And you may have heard that the heroes in a half-shell are no longer mutants, but rather aliens from beyond. It looked like the fervor was settling down over that announcement, until we found out TMNT isn’t going to be called TMNT at all, but simply, Ninja Turtles. Michael Bay has something to say about that, too.
After the brouhaha that erupted over Michael Bay’s comments regarding the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie from Nickelodeon, Michael Bay posted on his message board that everyone should essentially relax.