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Kelsey Grammer wants to show the world that he's still so much more than just some reality TV tart and rag mag headline-maker. In fact, he's totes ready to become the bad guy ... even outside of the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" circle.
Quick, everyone, hide your daughters! Just kidding ... but kinda not.
Before stepping into the spotlight as the new young hero in the fourth installment of the "Transformers" franchise, Jack Reynor would like to spend a little time talking about "What Richard Did." Nope, "Richard" is not one of Jack's friends — it's the new indie import from Ireland he stars in that screened at the Tribeca Film Festival this week.
The 21-year-old Reynor plays Richard, a high schooler whose life seems to be skimming along a golden road until a fate-changing accident the summer before his senior year.
Of course, we couldn't let Reynor go without asking him a few questions about "Transformers." Read on for Reynor's prediction for the number of explosions in the action movie, his favorite things about New York and an in-depth discussion of Mark Wahlberg's third nipple. Get More »
In today's installment of Hollywood bowing down to the eastern superpower that is China, Paramount Pictures has now announced its plans to institute a Chinese reality show to cast a handful of local extras in "Transformers 4."
Uh huh. Evidently, reality TV is the main Chinese squeeze, and after the "Iron Man 3" effort to achieve "co-production status" revealed the nation wouldn't stand for mere lip service in doling out its
ticket fare distribution perks, Paramount decided to step up their game. Get More »
Evidently, Stanley Tucci's made himself some sort of sordid life goal to dip his little piggies into every type of Hollywood water on the planet, polluted or not, because he has reportedly now signed on for Michael Bay's "Transformers 4."
Confused? Yeah. Us too. Get More »
Ya know, maybe the world's not giving the "Transformers" franchise quite enough credo for its consistent hot lady factor ... Or maybe it is.
Nicola Peltz has just signed on to star as the babe du jour for "Transformers 4," as confirmed by Michael Bay and his blog, while the series' original eye candy Megan Fox still doesn't appear to be making any cameo in the flick — though it's probably not her public tiff-ing with Bay at issue, since she's lined up to star in his "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" reboot and all. Get More »
Sequels are awesome, plain and simple. Returning to familiar characters and worlds we love is like covering yourself with a warm blanket, although when a sequel is bad it can be like a blanket covered in potato bugs and lice. Studios love sequels because seven times out of ten they open huge, no matter how good they are. Get More »
Mark Wahlberg has himself a co-star ... and Hollywood has a fresh new face.
Director Michael Bay has put himself in the business of discovering hot new talent (something Steven Spielberg used to do before he started just casting famous people all the time) as he's recruited Jack Reynor for "Transformers 4."
Apparently, Mark Wahlberg is the new Shia LaBeouf.
That might just be one of the strangest sentences we've published since the launch of NextMovie, seeing as LaBeouf probably would (and should) kill to have a career like Wahlberg's, but apparently that doesn't matter to Michael Bay, who just scored the aforementioned former Oscar nominee to sit shotgun in his latest "Transformers" movie.
That's right, Wahlberg will be sitting in the driver's seat as the lead in "Transformers 4," Bay confirmed on his website. The pair are currently working together on "Pain & Gain," which arrives in theaters on April 26, 2013. Get More »
It's no surprise that Michael Bay is currently working on "Transformers 4" despite his assurances that "Transformers: Dark of the Moon" would be his last installment of the franchise. After all, $1.1 billion dollars worldwide has a way of making you reconsider your career path.
But what is a surprise is what he's saying about "Transformers 4:" There will be no Shia LaBeouf and no Sam Witwicky. Get More »
The Robot Master has accepted his destiny.
This Valentine's Day will be one to remember for lovers of the giant robot aliens from the planet Cybertron as Michael Bay has officially announced that he'll be keeping with tradition and calling the shots on "Transformers 4," according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The official word comes hot on the heels of "Transformers" producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura telling MTV News that the fourth installment will hit theaters in 2014. He also confirms that the film will be something of a reboot, though specifics of the new story have yet to be worked out. It's also unknown whether any of the original cast members will return -- though, as far as the non-human characters are concerned, we can probably definitely count on "Optimus Prime and Bumblebee" coming back. Get More »