Michael Bay sat down with Moviefone recently to talk his movies "Pain & Gain," "Transformers 4" and "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" movies. During the interview Bay gets into some of details of working with licsensed properties like Transformers and some of the details for the how the robot characters will evolve and more details on what we can expect to see in 2014. Read excerpts from the interview of the Transformers 4 portion below for the full details now.
Hollywood Reportere caught up with Irish actor Jack Raynor who is in New York for the Tribeca Film Festival, promoting "What Richard Did" Raynor makes some comments about getting the part in Transformers 4 and how different this is going to be from the other movies saying "I think we’re going to make a definitive step away from the previous movies..." Read more from Jack Raynor on Transformers 4 below.
French Canadian entertainment blog Canoe has published an exclusive QMI Agency interview with the Transformers 4 director Michael Bay. He talks about the Transformers production he's working now when he reveals "I designed two hours 7 minutes..." for the fourth film's timeline that could make this the shortest of the Transformers movies yet. It also reveals shooting on the 4th movie will being in Hong Kong in just five weeks. Read the translated article via google.
Working the press for his new movie Pain and Gain that is out this week, Micheal Bay has let the New York Time know that Transformers 4 production that begun and gives up a bit of news on what we will see. ILM have started work on the CGI animation production, according to Bay they are working on a Robot versus Robot battle that is said to take place in an a city that is unnamed at this time. Read the quote on the details below from Michael Bay on the Transformers 4 action now.
In recent post on the The Hollywood Reporter on Josh Duhamel's new movie "Scenic Route." The Transformers movie veteran mentioned that Michael Bay has already let him know that he would like to include the actor in the in Transformers 4 movie "someplace." Its not confirmed or anything if this is a return as Major William Lennox or some other role.
Collider have posted an intterview with Jeff White revealing he will be returning at the Visual Effects Supervisor on Transformers 4. White, who worked on all three of the previous Tranformers films and more recently on movies such as Pirates of the Caribbean, and The Avengers talks about his work on the Bay movies, Transformers: The Ride and what he will be doing in the forth installment.
And the story flips and flops and flops again on whether the fourth Transformers movie will be something new and fresh or something old and continuing. According to the interview Bay just did with Forbes Magazine, he's saying the reboot that Mark Wahlberg recently talked about is "No, that’s wrong." and went on to be specific about what we can expect to see, saying: " We keep the Transformers the way they were, it’s just four years later." Stating that the original plan to change the look of the franchise has not changed and they would be doing things "smaller" this time.
Michael Bay recently spoke with ET about the Transformers 4 movie that is working with Doritos Super Bowl Ad contest to have the winner on the set of Transformers 4. Bay talks a little bit about the 4th film that he took after saying he would not, is backing away from the total reboot claims and says he is now planning for a continuation from where the "Dark of the Moon" movie left off with a "Different Feel" and feature predominently new actors, even tho Peter Cullen and Tyreese have said they have been called back for 4.
Transformers Movie actor Tyreese Gibson comes through again with work on Transformers 4 via a Moblie podcast where he talks about trading texts with Michael Bay recently without disclosing any details he does say he ready to work things out even after a Bay and Shia said they would not return for another film. He goes on to talk about how complicated it is to be an actor and the sucess of a film a film can be bigger than the team behind it. Watch the video interview now.
Micheal Bay is stoking the Transformers 4 fires as he promotes his latest production, "Pain & Gain" that will int theaters April 2013. Here in an interview with the Huffington Post Bay goes into some of the reasons why he is producing Transformers 4 after he swore Dark Of the Moon was his last. He also lets us know that Peter Cullen will be returning to the Movie the voice as Optimus Prime. This seem to contradict the claims of a total reboot already.
Nearly four years in the making, Transformers The Ride brings the blockbuster movie franchise, from reel to real, into a blockbuster theme park attraction. Transformers The Ride will make its world premiere at Resorts World Sentosa - Singapore's first integrated resort, home to Universal Studios Singapore, this week! Check out this new video clip with the Mark Woodbury, President of Universal Creative and Terry Coup, SVP Universal Creative, who talk about the genesis of the ride and some of the goals they had for it. Watch the clip after the break and share your comments.
Michael Bay may be laughing all the way to bank, but his peers are not afraid to LOL at him him public. It's no secret that Bay's "leave the story behind as we take no prisoners" formula is what sells tickets. Three times in a row, with increasing box office receipts, the Bay way has proven to be profitable at what a director like Terry Gilliam points out, "You just sit there and watch the explosions. I couldn't tell you what the movie was about. The movie hammers the audience into submission." Read more of Gilliam's take on Transformers after the jump.
Michael Bay and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley are interviewed by TheTransformers.Net's Grim Monkey at the London Premiere of Transformers Dark of the Moon. They get a few minutes with Micheal Bay and Rosie asking them a number of fan related questions about Tranformers Dark of the Moon. Watch the clip after the jump.
With Transformers Dark of the Moon
less than three days before the sneak preview in 3D and IMAX theaters, stars of the film like Ken Jeong are making their rounds and granting interviews for the film. In the interview, he describes his role as Jerry Wang, who works at the same company as Shia LaBeouf's character Sam Witwicky. Jerry may or may not have information that people will find important, is all that Mr. Jeong was willing to reveal during the interview. However, he did say that most of his character Jerry's scenes involve cramped quarters with Sam. "Bad for him. Great for me," he jokes. The interview covers a wide range of topics, so hit the jump for all of it.
Boy wonder star of Transformers Dark of the Moon talks with the LA Times about how this movie has pushed the 3-D experience into new territory. Those who want to catch the movie with extra dimensions can see it at 9am June 29th, a full 3 hours before the general release hits theaters on June 29th. Its going to cost you to more than meets the eye, but Shia says its worth it.
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