Jason Voorhees may have met his match. It’s the number 13. It’s been six years since the twelfth Friday the 13th film came out—and the forthcoming 13th sequel just got hit with another string of setbacks.
Yep, that’s right: more Transformers sequels are on the way. Stephen J. Davis of Hasbro noted during a Q&A that the company has recently planned out installments 5, 6, 7 and 8 for the franchise.
Jurassic World is now on track to beat the box office records of both Avengers films, and it has a shot at beating Avatar. This is terrible, awful news for anybody who loves movies. Not because Jurassic World is a horrible movie—it’s actually pretty fun. But because this means a lot more pandering sequels.
I might argue how fun Armageddon was, but I do agree with Honest Trailers that Michael Bay’s action-disasterpiece is astoundingly dumb. But whether you’re a fan or not, you absolutely must see this video to learn Bay’s response when Ben Affleck asked him, “Wouldn’t it be easier to teach astronauts how to drill…
Greetings but no salutations, my friends! We have no time for salutations because we have important things to talk about! Why is Michael Bay allowed to turn TMNT into softcore porn? What the hell is happening to Sansa on Game of Thrones? And, most importantly, why do I hate Batman? (Answer: I’m secretly Egghead.)
The Last Ship was one of the best surprises last summer — the plague apocalypse tale was basically a fun-as-hell summer movie with heroic scientists, whom we actually see doing science. Plus some neat post-apocalyptic political battles. So here’s a first look at season two, in which there’s a whole new storyline about…
There’s been a weird abundance of news regarding the Michael Bay-produced sequel to the live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie over the last 24 hours. Bay’s given us the first look at Arrow’s Stephen Amell as Casey Jones, an Oscar winner has joined the cast, and also holy @#$% what is Megan Fox wearing
When Transformers came out in 2007, it was a cute movie about big robots that turn into cars, with a somewhat lovable hero and a cute boy-and-his-first-car storyline. Purist fans of the 1980s cartoons weren't thrilled, but the rest of us enjoyed it. But now that it's had three awful sequels, people want me to disavow…
It's clear the action will escalate ("A NEW ENEMY WILL SURFACE," ominous shot of the White House, etc.) on season two of The Last Ship, TNT's adaptation of William Brinkley's post-apocalyptic novel about a Navy vessel that manages to dodge a global plague ... but runs into all kinds o' hellish problems in its…
Go on, guess! And then watch Dylan Browne's supercut, which counts out exactly how many times things blow up, large or small, in the first installment of Michael Bay's Transformers franchise. Here's a hint — the movie is 144 minutes long, and don't bother guessing less than that.
These days, product placement is an accepted part of science fiction. We're used to seeing big brands splashed all over every TV show and movie about aliens or the future. But it wasn't always this way. Here's the quick-and-very-dirty history of how on-screen advertising became a science fiction mainstay.
Contrary to earlier rumors that Mark Wahlberg's first appearance in the Transformers franchise, Wahlberg himself has said that he's contracted for a "couple" more and that he expects to be back on the set "soon."
Because they've just taken out an ad asking the Academy to consider the movie about giant robots blowin' shit up for Best Picture, as well as pretty much every other available Oscar. Transformers 4 was the least egregiously awful movie in the franchise, but does that achievement make it Oscar-worthy? I say thee nay.
Artist Tsvetomir Georgiev just released a bevy of unused villain concept art for the Michael Bay-produced TMNT movie, seemingly back from the first draft when the Turtles were going to be aliens. Which means this may be the first look at "Schrader," the soldier-Shredder William Fichter was supposed to play.
Michael Bay's Transformers films have received a lot of stick over the years - but what happens when Transformers toys themselves take a look at them? A pretty funny few minutes, actually.
Cosmic Motors is one of those coffee table books that seems kinda cool, you pick up on a whim, then unwittingly read cover-to-cover before it burrows into your brain meat forever. It's cars and planes and racing all rolled into a thin sci-fi storyline, and now Michael Bay is making a movie out of it.
We love to argue about pop culture, because geeking out about movies, books and television makes them even more fun. But sometimes these discussions can go to a terrible place. Here are seven mistakes to avoid when having a spirited debate about entertainment.
One thing is for sure: it would contain a lot more explosions. Prepare for animated Bayhem.
Michael Bay told USA Today that, having made the incredibly successful and yet strangely lackluster Transformers 4: Age of Extinction, he plans to take his movie-making in a new, exploding robot-less direction. But please don't bother to wipe your brow in relief quite yet.
It's not enough to say that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot is kind of a lousy movie. You want to be able to draw some kind of lesson from its crapness, or at least pick through the debris for some hint of what it could have been. To that end, here are all the ways that TMNT 2014 fails.