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While we await a second theatrical trailer, Paramount Pictures has dropped a new international trailer for Michael Bay’s forthcoming sequel Transformers: Age of Extinction, introduced by new leading man Mark Wahlberg (Pain & Gain). Take a look below courtesy of Cbm…
Transformers: Age of Extinction is a “revamp” of the blockbuster film franchise and sees Mark Wahlberg (Pain & Gain) leading an all-new human cast that also includes Jack Reynor (What Richard Did), Stanley Tucci (Captain America: The First Avenger), Nicola Peltz (Bates Motel), Li Bingbing (Resident Evil: Retribution), Sophia Myles (Underworld), Victoria Summer (Saving Mr. Banks), Titus Welliver (Lost), and T.J. Miller (She’s Out of My League).
Transformers: Age of Extinction is set for release on June 27th. Watch the first trailer here.
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- Gary Collinson
The Friday the 13th franchise, likes its iconic hockey-masked, machete-wielding, killer Jason Voorhees, just won’t die; its film installments are cheap to produce, have a built-in fanbase, and have grossed near half a billion dollars in theaters worldwide after 12 films (assuming you count the crossover Freddy Vs. Jason). Another movie reboot from the studio behind the 2009 series reboot – Michael Bay’s Platinum Dunes – is scheduled to arrive in 2015, potentially decked out with new gimmicks accessories like a found-footage structure.
Meanwhile, as the task of locking down a director on the next installment continues, Emmett/Furla/Oasis Films and Crystal Lake Entertainment are moving ahead with an hourlong TV series, based on the characters and setting of ...
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- Sandy Schaefer
We’ve got new trailers to share with you today – but not just any trailers. Nope, these are trailers from abroad. Trailers with an international flavor. Savor their deliciousness. First up is a new Japanese clip for Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla. There’s not a ton of new footage in this preview, but there is some – and let’s be honest: we’d all watch the same Godzilla clip 10 times a day from now until the release because it looks that amazing. Our only concern here is that we immediately think of Walter White every time we see Bryan Cranston… [via io9] Next up, it’s another Japanese teaser – this time for Michael Bay’s Transformers: Age of Extinction. Mark Wahlberg introduces the clip, which is...
- Mike Bracken
The Friday the 13th film series is being adapted into a television show.
An hour-long drama series will connect to the franchise by having notorious serial killer Jason Voorhees returning to Crystal Lake to victimise the town's current residents.
A series of 12 feature films have explored Jason Voorhees's relationship to Crystal Lake and his own twisted family dynamic.
The new episodic series will also explore Jason Voorhees in multiple time periods.
Sean S Cunningham - who directed the original movie - will serve as executive producer on the Friday the 13th television series.
Cunningham told Deadline: "Jason Voorhees is synonymous with the genre and we plan to build on this legacy with a provocative and compelling take that expands upon the storylines that have already thrilled millions worldwide."
His producing partner Robert Barsamian added: "Expect the show to take viewers in some exciting new directions that we're confident will not »
Every day I check on movie news, and every day I’m met with yet another toy-turned-movie marketing ploy in the making. Monster Trucks? Check. Monopoly? Check again. Troll Dolls? And one more check. I’m not certain who to blame for this. I’d like to lay it at the door of Michael Bay and his absurdly bad, absurdly successful Transformers franchise, but these kinds of toy-based films really have been coming at us for years. Indeed, we actually have one more to add to the pile, as Sony and Mattel have announced their intention to make a live-action Barbie movie.
Production on the live-action Barbie movie is set to begin at the end of this year and it’s just the first installment in a planned franchise featuring the top-heavy, anatomically incorrect toy. Although she’s been everything from a race-car driver to a surgeon over the years, »
- Lauren Humphries-Brooks
Mark Wahlberg introduced a new Japanese trailer for Transformers: Age of Extinction and you can watch it below. Director Michael Bay‘s fourth trip to the world of Transformers opens in the U.S. June 27 and Wahlberg stars as working-class man who has a chance encounter with an in-hiding Optimus Prime. That’ll set him, his daughter (Nicola […]
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- Germain Lussier
Paramount Pictures has unveiled a brand new international (Japanese) trailer for Transformers: Age of Extinction. Subtitled "Lost Age" in Japan, actor Mark Wahlberg introduces the new trailer in the footage below. The movie opens in theaters and in IMAX in the U.S. on June 27.
As humanity picks up the pieces, following the conclusion of Transformers: Dark of the Moon, Autobots and Decepticons have all but vanished from the face of the planet. However, a group of powerful, ingenious businessman and scientists attempt to learn from past Transformer incursions and push the boundaries of technology beyond what they can control - all while an ancient, powerful Transformer menace sets Earth in his crosshairs. The epic adventure and battle between good and evil, freedom and enslavement ensues.
Paramount Pictures has released a new International (Japanese) Trailer for Michael Bay’s fourth Transformers movie Transformers: Age of Extinction. The film stars Mark Wahlberg, Jack Reynor, Nicola Peltz, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer, Sophia Myles, Li Bingbing, T.J. Miller, Han Geng and Titus Welliver
Film follows an automobile mechanic and his daughter who make a discovery that brings down the Autobots and Decepticons – and a paranoid government official – on them.
Bay’s first Transformers film was a box office sensation in 2007, opening at #1 and earning more than $700 million worldwide. His second installment Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen in 2009 grossed more than $830 million worldwide. In 2011, Transformers: Dark Of The Moon was an even bigger hit worldwide, grossing more than a billion dollars to become the 5th highest grossing film of all time. To date, the »
- Kellvin Chavez
TNT has released an extended trailer for "The Last Ship," executive produced by Michael Bay and starring Eric Dane ("Grey's Anatomy"), Rhona Mitra ("Strike Back") and Adam Baldwin ("Firefly," "Chuck"). The series premieres on Sunday, June 22nd at 9pm Et/Pt. This new trailer will run in movie theaters starting tomorrow, Friday, April 25. "The Last Ship" opens with a global catastrophe that nearly decimates the world's population. Because of its positioning, the Navy destroyer U.S.S. Nathan James avoids falling victim to the devastating tragedy. But now, Captain Tom Chandler (Dane) and his crew must confront the reality of their new existence in a world where they may be among the few remaining survivors. Rhona Mitra »
As the crew of the Navy destroyer U.S.S. Nathan James prepares to return from a training mission in the arctic, they discover that while they were gone a deadly virus has devastated the world’s population and the only hope for a cure may be in the hands of a scientist on board their ship. That’s the premise that sets off the events in the first episode of The Last Ship, a new series from Michael Bay, airing this June on TNT. The series stars Eric Dane as Capt. Tom Chandler, Adam Baldwin as Executive Officer Slattery, Rhona Mitra as Dr. Rachel Scott, Charles Parnell as Master Chief Russell Jeter and Travis Van Winkle as Navy S.E.A.L. Lt. Danny Green. Parnell and Van Winkle joined executive producers Hank Steinberg and Steven Kane at WonderCon to preview the first episode and talk about where we »
- Cindy White
Who says Barbie couldn't possibly resemble a real woman? The iconic flaxen-haired doll will be the namesake of a live-action comedy sometime in the near future, according to Los Angeles Times. Production on the film will begin at the end of the year.
The film, which will be written by Jenny Bicks (Rio 2, What a Girl Wants) and produced by husband and wife Walter F. Parkes and Laurie MacDonald (Men in Black 3), will draw from the mythos of Barbie in her many guises. »
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Movie sets are emotionally-charged situations. First of all, film directors are notoriously a snippy sort. They have a very specific vision, and — under the pressure of deadlines and budgets — they’re charged with inspiring an entire crew and cast of actors to carry it out. We’d probably be jerks, too. And on the other side of things, there are the actors — most of whom are sensitive, narcissistic creative types who need a bit of ego-stroking to produce their greatest work. And sometimes, when those two personalities come together, all hell breaks loose.
Megan Fox loathed her Transformers director, Michael Bay. Katherine Heigl famously called Judd Apatow “sexist.” And Val Kilmer actually delivered an on-set beatdown to Joel Schumacher filming Batman Forever (so sad we didn’t get to see that. No doubt it would’ve been better than the movie).
Check out our ten most epic actor/director feuds! »
- Tia Williams
The sheer number of projects that producer Jerry Bruckheimer has at any given time is baffling, and frankly, it’s surprising that the man gets anything done. He oversees several long-running film franchises and TV shows, most of which have sequels in the works. Last week, he offered updates on Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and Beverly Hills Cop 4, and now we have news about two more: Bad Boys 3 and National Treasure 3.
The fact that a third Bad Boys film hasn’t happened yet is pretty surprising, considering that the first one grossed $141 million in 1995, and its follow up in 2003 brought home $273 million. It’s not like director Michael Bay is against sequels, and he certainly likes to make money, so why haven’t we seen a third film now that we’re 11 years past the last installment?
According to Bruckheimer, all of »
- James Garcia
Last week, producer Jerry Bruckheimer offered updates on Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and Beverly Hills Cop 4, but those are just two of his highly-anticipated projects that are currently in development. During a new interview with Collider, the producer offered updates on a pair of sequels, National Treasure 3 and Bad Boys 3.
Both projects have been in development for several years, even though their predecessors, 2007's National Treasure: Book of Secrets ($457 million worldwide) and 2003's Bad Boys II ($273 million worldwide) fared quite well at the box office. However, it still may be quite some time before we see either of these sequels in theaters.
Bad Boys 3 has been in the works for over 10 years, with Sony recently hiring screenwriter David Guggenheim (Safe House) to work on the script back in December. Jerry Bruckheimer revealed that the project's real problem has to deal with the timing being off, »
When it comes to blockbuster filmmaking, writer/producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci have seemingly always come together as a package deal. First working together in the late 1990s as writers on the TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, they took their act to the big screen in 2005 with Michael Bay's The Island and have been Hollywood mainstays for big-budget summer action ever since. But now it appears that their partnership in features is coming to an end. Variety is reporting news that Kurtzman and Orci are "parting amicably" and will be moving forward in different directions with their future feature efforts. The cause for the split is that both filmmakers want to start pursuing different directing opportunities. Kurtzman has already made his directorial debut, having helmed the family drama People Like Us, and he is currently attached to make the Amazing Spider-Man spin-off movie Venom. Orci, meanwhile, is »
When you create something for public consumption, you’re putting yourself in a very fragile position. For example, creating a popular television show means handing your beloved characters over to the world for weekly scrutinizing. Then again, it also means handing them over for weekly adoration. But no matter how beloved a show, movie, album, or book might be, no creator is perfect. And by default, no creator’s work is perfect.
That being said, there are few times in the world of pop culture where a creator has come forth and apologized for a large piece of work. Do »
- Samantha Highfill
The pair got started writing on TV with "Hercules" and "Alias" before transitioning to film a decade ago. On screen they've mostly been known for their collaborations with J.J. Abrams and Michael Bay.
While most of the films they have written have been big box-office winners, quality wise they've varied considerably. Their strongest work to date has included the "Star Trek" reboot, the first "Transformers," and TV series like "Fringe" and "Sleepy Hollow".
They also penned "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen," "Star Trek Into Darkness," "The Island," "Cowboys and Aliens," "The Legend of Zorro," "Mission Impossible III" and served as producers on movies like "Now You See Me," "Eagle Eye," "The Proposal" and "Ender's Game".
The parting is said to be amicable and the TV side of their production company K/O Paper Products will remain intact. »
- Garth Franklin
Everyone complains how sequel dependent Hollywood is, but there are always a few everyone wants to see. Star Wars is one, Avengers is another and, believe it or not, Bad Boys 3 is one. Michael Bay’s Bad Boys and Bad Boys II are frequent topics of conversation among film fans; many people would line up […]
- Germain Lussier
Longtime writing and producing partners Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci are parting ways in their filmmaking endeavors after nearly a decade together. The pair have worked on some of Hollywood’s biggest franchise films including “The Amazing Spider-Man 2″ two “Transformers” movies, “Mission Impossible III” and “Star Trek Into Darkness.” They also collaborated on indie titles such as “Now You See Me” and “People Like Us,” which Kurtzman also directed.
Kurtzman and Orci–who will remain in business together on the TV front–are parting amicably, according to sources, and the split will allow them to pursue separate feature careers as directors. The two still have more than a dozen projects in development, including the next two “Spider-Man” films. It is unclear how those projects will be handled or divided between the two men. Their production company, K/O Paper Products, which they launched in 2009, will most likely be reconfigured »
- Alexandra Cheney and Cynthia Littleton
Being a human in New Orleans isn’t something most people would see as a problem. But in the world of The Originals, it’s a major disadvantage, especially if your uncle has a hex that’s literally driving him mad and you’ve got some sort of weird almost love triangle happening with a vampire and a hybrid. Welcome to Cami’s world.
Last week, we watched Cami beg for Genevieve to help Kieran only to have Klaus ruin it all. And let’s not forget that bit where Klaus found out about Cami and Marcel’s night together. »
- Samantha Highfill
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