PARAMOUNT PICTURES AND HASBRO TAP AWARD-WINNING GROUP OF WRITERS TO CREATE CROSS-PROPERTY FILM UNIVERSE WRITERS ROOM LEAD BY OSCAR WINNER AKIVA GOLDSMAN WILL DEVELOP STORIES FOR HASBRO BRANDS G.I. JOE, MICRONAUTS, VISIONARIES, M.A.S.K. AND ROM HOLLYWOOD, CA (April 21, 2016) – Paramount Pictures and Hasbro, Inc. today unveiled its top talent writers room which will have responsibility for […]Continue reading »
Recently director Michael Bay has posted up a picture of himself (wearing a autobot hat) on his Instagram with the comment “Scouting, it begins”. Could this be a hint for what is coming our way in Transformers 5? Or is it just a selfie?Continue reading »
Unleash The FireWorks! Set Off The Cannons! Add Some More Special Effects! Michael Bay Turns 50 Today!
May there be a montage of Bay explosions everywhere on this fine day for today is the 50th Birthday of Michael Bay. That’s right, the guy behind all the Transformers live-action movies is now half-a-century old today. Besides working on the Transformers movies, Bay has also worked on the 2014 TMNT movie and has even had his own TV show, […]Continue reading »
Thanks to Wes McCraw we now have a behind the scenes look at creating the voices for the Transformers in “Transformers 4: Age of Extinction”. In the video we get to see the voice actors, of the 8 new Transformers in the film, record their voices for the movie. The video is about 5 minutes long and really is interesting […]Continue reading »
Transformers director, Michael Bay, sat down for an interview with The Japan Times to talk about how he came up with the design for Autobot Drift. In the interview Bay explains how he didn’t want to have a cliched look for the Decepticon turned Autobot; so instead of styling him after the knights of old he decided to design him […]Continue reading »
It seems like Paramount has struck up another deal with the explosion loving Michael Bay. This time it will last for 3 years and will include not only his production company, Platinum Dune, but also his Bay Films company in the deal. The Wrap has reported that Paramount’s CEO, Brad Grey, says that “With an ever-growing, worldwide fan base, Michael is […]Continue reading »