Spinoff seeks decidedly retro vibe as it plays down the over-the-top antics of previous “Transformers” movies.
Shia LaBeouf has said that doctors diagnosed him with post-traumatic stress disorder following his widely publicised arrest in Savannah, Georgia, last year.
She admits to Cosmo UK: "All I had to do was apologize — and I refused. I was so self-righteous at 23, I couldn’t see [that] it was for the greater good."
It may have been one of his most celebrated performances, but the movie Mark Walhberg regrets doing the most is 'Boogie Nights'.
Hasbro has hired seasoned veteran Greg Mooradian to oversee the company’s film division, Allspark Pictures, as it attempts to create a full-fledged movie studio. As president of Allspark, he will oversee film and television production starting in January. Sources say the company has been making an effort to raise money to start its own studio […]
Notoriously slow summer movies season still has success stories ("Wonder Woman," "Dunkirk," "Annabelle: Creation") but also many clunkers: a report card.
Michael Bay controversially changed the lovable yellow Autobot into a Camaro in the existing five 'Transformers' movies.
While Michael Bay has lately claimed that this is his final go-round with the robots-in-disguise franchise, a credit-sequence stinger suggests that Optimus Prime has yet another battle looming on the horizon.
While plot details are still unknown, the story will focus on the popular character who has appeared in all of Michael Bay’s Transformers films. Bay, Lorenzo di Bonaventura, Brian Goldner, Stephen Davis, and Steven Spielberg are producing. Christina Hodson penned the script after joining the Transformers writers’ room last year, where the studio began fleshing out ideas for other movies contained in the Transformers universe, but not necessarily set along the franchise timeline.
Turns out 'Transformers: The Last Knight' have been with us throughout pivotal points in history: Watch Anthony Hopkins explain in new TV spot
The Kids’ Choice Awards was home to a kid-centered (if not exactly kid-friendly) clip from Transformers: The Last Knight.
You only start to feel old when you look back and realise those childhood films you adored as a child are now celebrating their 25th anniversary. Likewise as we enter a new year, 2017 will already make you feel tremendously aged by the plethora of beloved titles that are celebrating their tenth birthday this year. So pop the fire on, put your feet up, and make sure your zimmer frame is out of trippable reach.
Paramount just released the official one-sheet for the upcoming sci-fi action film, the fifth entry in the ‘Transformers’ series, once again directed by Michael Bay (reportedly for the last time, although he said that of the third and fourth films too). It’s a pretty downbeat image, highlighting a scene already featured prominently in the trailer – Optimus Prime battling his colleague Bumblebee, possibly to the death.
It’s finally here – ‘Transformers 5’ has just released its first trailer. Starring Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager, it looks as though Earth is in for even more robotic pummelling as Optimus Prime returns along with a new threat. ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ picks up where ‘Age of Extinction’ left off.
It looks as though ‘Transformers 5’ is going to pull out the big guns… as voice actor Mark Ryan spills the beans on what we can expect. During an appearance at Wings and Wheels UK (via Christian Post), the 59-year-old voice actor (who voiced Lockdown in ‘Age of Extinction’), revealed everything he knows about the movie’s plot so far. “The plan is to have Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) and the Dinobots - with a few Autobots thrown in for good measure - assemble to tackle an impending threat on Earth,” expanded the folks at CBM.