This summer was like a battlefield of awesomeness, with a larger-than-average slew of superhero movies, action movies and escapist fare. Some films emerged victorious, while others fell by the wayside.
Michael Bay directed both The Island and Transformers 3: Mark of the Spoon, so I guess he's allowed to rejigger a chase sequence from the former for the latter. Watch as Bay's 2005 clone saga becomes stock footage.
There will come a day in the future where humanity wises up and realizes the brilliance of Sir Michael Bay. I only hope I'm alive to witness it. Remember: nothing succeeds likes excess.
Say what you want about Michael Bay: The man can take a couple hundred million dollars and turn it into some top quality giant robot porn. Two dozen high-res photos from Transformers: Dark of the Moon showcase awesome robotic destruction.
The novelization of Transformers: The Dark of the Moon is out, and someone over at Comic Book Movie has read the entire thing. (Their writeup includes the epic phrase, "And here's where things get really stupid.")
We've got a batch of new summer blockbuster clips revealing the secret alien tech from J.J. Abrams' Super 8, Transformers 3's possible villain, and young Charles Xavier acting somewhat dickish in X-Men: First Class. Watch them now!
You know we're sluts for any sort of FX miniature carnage. ILM has just released this excellent behind-the-scenes look at the FX work on Transformers. It's packed with exploding miniatures!
Back in May of 2010, Transformers director Michael Bay wrote that the offensive creatures Skids and Mudflaps would not be in Transformers 3. Then why were they on the T3 set? Now updated with an answer!
The Wachowskis' Cloud Atlas movie gains some major stars. New Men In Black III pics feature a pop-art icon. A new Transformers 3 trailer gives a glimpse of John Malkovich. A Total Recall cameo is revealed.
Could this be the biggest movie summer of all time? It's sure looking like it. Almost every weekend features at least one, and maybe two or three, movies with a science fiction, fantasy or comics pedigree.
Could Michael Bay be explaining to NASA how to get the space shuttle program back on track? Or is he preparing his own totally awesome shuttle explosion? What do you think is going on in this new set pic from Transformers 3?
A ruined city!
J.J. Abrams says Star Trek 2 might end up in 3D...although he has his doubts. True Grit's breakout star might be headed to The Hunger Games. Plus an awesome Game of Thrones promo, and tons of amazing new photos. Spoilers!
The latest crazy rumor for The Dark Knight Rises finds secrets in Tom Hardy's beard. The main character of Ridley Scott's Alien prequel comes down to either a rising star or established name. Judge Dredd finds its main villain. Spoilerama!
There's lots of reason for optimism about the coming year — Game of Thrones! More Doctor Who and Fringe! Dozens of huge movies! But there are also reasons for apprehension. Here's what we're scared could happen this year.
A leaked The Dark Knight Rises screenplay is either the real deal or the most convincing hoax yet. Plus Joe Johnston explains why Captain America is better than his last movie, Stan Lee talks his Spider-Man reboot cameo, and more!
Could this be the biggest year ever for fantastical movies? It certainly looks like it. The calendar is bursting with films about aliens, weird creatures, superheroes and magical worlds. Here's our complete guide to 2011's science fiction and fantasy films.
Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy get romantic, in new set photos from the Spider-Man reboot. Mad Men's January Jones explains the challenges of becoming Emma Frost. Plus Ouija Board gets a director, a True Blood casting sheet, and more!
For every real piece of news, there's a hundred crazy rumors and unconfirmed reports. This year provided tons of vital hints at future entertainment...as well as a lot of wonderfully ridiculous rumors. Here's the coolest and wrongest spoilers of 2010.