The first step to fixing a mistake is admitting a wrong. For his part, Michael Bay has done that verbally. Bay admitted the second “Transformers”…View More Bay Confirms Shockwave
According to Michael Bay, Transformers 3 will be lacking the gags and comedy of its predecessor. Revenge of the Fallen may have made hundreds of…View More Bay: Dorky Comedy Is Out
Last summer’s “Transformers” sequel may have boasted the subtitle “Revenge of the Fallen,” but it’s the third installment in the robot-smashing franchise that could be…View More TF3’s Last Hurrah For Michael Bay
Now that Megan Fox is officially out as Mikaela Banes in the Paramount Pictures feature film Transformers 3, director Michael Bay is auditioning actresses to replace Fox. This creates a huge cast vacancy that would assure international fame and exposure for the actress who takes over the role of as Shia LaBeoufView More Bay Auditioning Replacements
The script is finished, the cast seems largely in place and filming is set to begin at the start of July. But that doesn’t mean…View More TF 3D & The Truth Of Bay-Fox Feud
Michael Bay (Transformers) will team up with Emmy-nominated producers Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz of Magical Elves (Top Chef) to co-produce One Way Out, an action-adventure TV show that pits ordinary folks in a game that apparnetly featuresView More Bay Enter Reality Showbiz
Hey, it’s been a long time since I’ve posted. Just been a little busy. Transformers 3 has been going very well. We are going to shoot in LA, Chicago, Washington DC, Florida, Texas, Africa, Moscow, and China. On the talent front, we just locked in Frances McDormand and John Malkovich. Both amazing actors I’ve always wanted to work with.
We also just got Ken Jeong, he is the super funny actor stuck in the trunk fromView More TF3 Update From Michael Bay
Despite being on the cutting edge of cinema, both James Cameron and Michael Bay are coming out against studios that are forcing filmmakers to convert their films into the 3D format.
Cameron likened the new 3D craze to the CG obsession started by Pixar with their 1995 release Toy Story: “After Toy Story, there were 10 really bad CG movies because everybody thought the success of that film was CG and not great characters that were beautifully designed and heartwarming,” the director told Deadline Hollywood.
The director specifically called studios out on converting films to the 3D format: “Now, youView More Bay Criticize Studios Forcing 3D