Transformers Daily News Source for Transformers 5, Titans Return, Robots in Disguise, Combiner Wars, Generations, Third Party, G1, Beast Wars, Reviews, Comics, Games & More Than Meets the Eye!
TFormers Transformers News and Reviews
facebook twitter Pinterest Tumblr Google+ youtube podcast rss
Transformers Movies
Transformers 4 - Michael Bay Talks Wahlberg, Shia, and The New Movie Timelines
Jack - Monday, November 12, 2012


TMZ had a little chit chat with Michael Bay about the new Transformers movie that he's just announced will include Mark Wahlberg in a leading role. Mr. Bay also lets us know a couple of small tidbits about the move taking place 4 years after the Dark of the Moon events and that the film will be released on July 4, 2014 as opposed to the previously reported date of June 27th, 2014. Bay also talks Shia Lebouf's unhappy departure from the last film. Discounting the actors comments as a response to how hard it is to do the job and that he thinks he's a great guy. Watch the whole TMZ clip now.




Get the scoop on all the Transformers updates as they happen right here at Tformers.com. The best resource for all your Transformers news and reviews every day.

Facebook Social Comments


last 10 shown - scroll to view more   TFormers Member Comments
Jason X
2012-11-14
3:38 am

40 years would've been much better than 4. For beings that live millenia the action sure does tend to bunch up.... 
BaCon
2012-11-12
7:42 pm

Sorry, but sequels always suck. I am really surprised he's going there.  
PuertoRiCON
2012-11-12
4:53 pm

I wished it took place further in the future than 4 years. It would have been cool if they gave us Power Masters, Target Masters and Head Masters. Only a four year difference doesn't, in my opinion, leave that possibility open, as far as the movie series timeline setting. I bet Bumblebee will st... read more 
»  Read ALL Forums Posts & Replies
»  Post a Comment on This Story!  (membership required)

More Transformers Movies News
TakaraTomy has posted new images of their Metal Collection (AKA MetaColle) figures of Transformers: Dark Of The Moon Optimus Prime and Bumblebee! Due out at the end of March, these diecast metal figures are small but only run 1,080 Yen each. (The size is more more pronounced when you realize the average height for a Japanese man is five feet, seven inches and the odds are against that hand being terribly big.) Keep reading to have a look!
TakaraTomy has released a second, commercial for their Transformers: Movie THE BEST Series toyline! It features some of the same stop-motion animation from the first, longer TV spot... but isn't Japanese toy commercial stop-motion animation always worth a second look? Answer: yes. Yes, it is. Keep reading to see the video mirrored here!
Just in from Taobao seller zairj2010, We have a packaged image of a "Movie The Best" MB04 Shockwave from Takara Tomy. This is one of the four figures that are said to be reissued in the Japan starting in Feburary 4th. Read on to see the images below.
This week on Radio Free Cybertron: It's our big year end episode! We recap 2016 in terms of toys, media, events and major announcements. We also review our 2016 predictions from the beginning of the year. What were the biggest news items of the year? What were our favorite toys? Find out in this ginormous episode of Radio Free Cybertron, featuring a special Being Awesome segment from Rob Springer!


Click here to view the Radio Free Cybertron live stream for 12/28/2016!











Facebook @TFormers
Toy Fair 2017 Transformers News
Optimus Prime #4
Generations IDW Comic Book
Lost Light #3
Generations IDW Comic Book
Topspin & Freezeout
Generations Titans Return Deluxe Figure
Transformers: Till All Are One #7
Generations IDW Comic Book
Perceptor & Convex
Generations Titans Return Deluxe Figure

Hasbro Files For Trademark On Autobot/Decepticon Symbol - Intended For Transformers The Last Knight?

The Transformers Annual 2017 - GHOST STORIES! - Three Page iTunes Preview

Toy Fair 2017 - TRANSFORMERS: Forged to Fight Mobile Game Reveal Event Announced


RADIO FREE CYBERTRON

Twitter @TFormers




ENI
About
Entertainment News International (ENI) is the popular culture network for fans all around the world. Get the scoop on all the popular comics, games, movies, toys, and more every day!
Sites
Action Figures
Classifieds
Entertainment
Marvel
 
Podcasts
Star Wars
Superheroes
Transformers
Links
Support
© 2017 Entertainment News International - All images, trademarks, logos, video, brands and images used on this website are registered trademarks of their respective companies and or owners. All Rights Reserved. Data has been shared for news reporting purposes only. All content sourced by fans, online websites, and or other fan community sources. Entertainment News International is not responsible for reporting errors, inaccuracies, omissions, and or other liablities related to news shared here. We do our best to keep tabs on infringements. If some of your content was shared by accident. To have it removed right away, please [ Contact Us ].